Synonyms for sé_olvidar or Related words with sé_olvidar

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Examples of "sé_olvidar"
Eliseo Cardona of "El Nuevo Herald" highlighted "No Olvidar" as one of the boleros where Fernández performs with "intensity and passion". At the 1999 "Billboard" Latin Music Awards, "No Olvidar" was nominated for Hot Latin Track of the Year and Pop Hot Latin Track of the Year. Fernández lost the first award to "Por Mujeres Como Tu" by Pepe Aguilar and the second to "Vuelve" by Ricky Martin. The track also led to Santander receiving a BMI Latin Award in 1999 in recognition of the best-performing Latin songs in 1998.
"No Olvidar", along with the other tracks in the album, is a bolero-pop ballad song with ranchera influences. It was written by Colombian songwriter Kike Santander and co-produced by Santander and Estefan. The lyrics portrays the protagonist being tormented by not being able forget his lover and pleads to see her again. Fernández performed the song live during his promotional tour for "Me Estoy Enamorando". "No Olvidar" was released as the third single from "Me Estoy Enamorando". A live version of trasck was included on the album "Confidencias Reales: En Vivo Desde el Teatro Real" (2014). The track was also added to the compilation albums "15 Años de Éxitos" (2007) and "Más Romantico Que Nunca: Sus Grandes Éxitos Romanticos" (2010).
"Si Tú Supieras" was released as the album's first single in August 1997. It became his first number one single on the "Billboard" Hot Latin Songs chart in the United States (US) spending six weeks in that position. The track was featured as the theme song for the Mexican telenovela "María Isabel" (1997). The second single, "En El Jardín," was the second number-one song from the album and spent two weeks on top of the Hot Latin Songs chart. Its third and fourth singles, "No Olvidar" and "Yo Nací Para Amarte," also reached number one on the same chart holding that position for eight and five weeks respectively. The title track and "Como El Sol y El Trigo" were released as promo singles in Mexico and Spain respectively. Music videos were made for "Si Tú Supieras", "En El Jardín", and "No Olvidar".
In the United States, "No Olvidar" debuted at number 28 on the "Billboard" Hot Latin Songs chart on the week of 21 February 1998. The single reached on top of the chart two weeks later, succeeding "Vuelve" by Ricky Martin. It spent eight consecutive weeks in this position being replaced by "Una Fan Enamorada" by Servando & Florentino. The song ended 1998 as the sixth best-performing Latin song of the year in the US. The track also reached the top of the Latin Pop Songs chart where it spent a total of eight weeks in this position. In November 1999, "No Olvidar" was labeled as one of the "hottest tracks" for Sony Discos in a list including the most successful songs released by the label since the launching of the "Billboard" Hot Latin Tracks chart in 1986.
"No Olvidar" () is a song written by Kike Santander and performed by Mexican recording artist Alejandro Fernández. It was co-produced by Santander and Emilio Estefan and was released as the third single from "Me Estoy Enamorando" by Sony Music Mexico in 1997. The song is a bolero-pop ballad with ranchera influences and portrays the singer desperately trying to forget his lover. A music video was made for the track which features Fernández hopelessly attempting to not remember his lover only to slowly delve into insanity. It received a nomination for Video of the Year at the 1998 Lo Nuestro Awards.
Lyrically, the songs on the album involve "falling in love", [and are] "a soundtrack for seduction". "Yo Nací Para Amarte" deals with a "meaty declaration of undying love" where the singer "admits that his love goes beyond reason". "No Olvidar" conveys "both the thrill and the terror of love's powerful addiction". "Como el Sol y el Trigo" likens the singer's lost love to "his life as the sun is to a wheat field". The final track "Promesa" involves a man describing "the joy in trying to be the best man he can be, to be worthy of her". Fernández also covers Gloria Estefan's "Volverás" from her album "Mi Tierra". Estefan herself makes a guest appearance on the duet track "En El Jardín", a "glorious ballad on the moment love is born".
At the beginning of the music video, Fernández turns on the car radio where a radio personality woman named Veronica is on air and he immediately gets flashbacks of her. Once he arrives at his house, he turns on the radio where Veronica plays "No Olvidar" on the radio station. Fernández glances at the photos of him and Veronica and burns them at the fireplace. He steps outside but still cannot forget the time he spent with her and imagines Veronica next to him. He exercises as another attempt to forget but to no avail. Fernández takes a shower and hallucinates Veronica being next to him and holding him. Fernández begins to lose his mind and breaks the house furniture. He picks up another photo of him and Veronica, lits it on fire, and proceeds to set the house on fire. At the end of the song, Veronica asks Fernández for forgiveness on the radio. "The video ends with a quote in Spanish, translating to "Not even fire can consume the soul...". It received a nomination for Video of the Year at the 10th Annual Lo Nuesro Awards in 1998, but lost to "Ella y Él" by Ricardo Arjona.
Me Estoy Enamorando () is the sixth studio album by Mexican recording artist Alejandro Fernández. It was released by Sony Music Mexico on 23 September 1997. It marks a musical style change where Fernández performs pop ballads and boleros as opposed to ranchera music which he had recorded on his previous albums. His decision to record a pop album came about from the desire to expand his audience, and he asked Emilio Estefan to produce his next project. Recording took place at Estefan's Crescent Moon Studios in Miami, Florida. Kike Santander co-produced the recording along with Estefan and composed most of the album's tracks. The musical style consists of pop-boleros with "ranchera" influences while the lyrics reflect the theme of love. Four singles were released from the album: "Si Tú Supieras", "En El Jardín" (a duet with Gloria Estefan), "No Olvidar", and "Yo Nací Para Amarte". Each of them reached number one on the "Billboard" Hot Latin Songs chart in the United States. A tour to promote the album was launched in the US and Latin America.
In 1996, his release "Muy Dentro de Mi Corazón" was an instant success. Songs like "Moño negro", "Nube viajera" and "Abrazame" became hits in Mexico and several countries of Latin America. That same year he recorded "Puedes llegar", theme song for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, with singers Gloria Estefan, Jon Secada and Ricky Martin among others. In 1997, he recorded the album "Me Estoy Enamorando", produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr. The music of the album is a fusion of bolero, romantic ballad, orchestral arrangements and a touch of Mexican mariachi that became popular in the Latin music sector. "Si Tú Supieras" was the most outstanding hit of that production, and it was chosen as the theme of the hit soap opera of the time, ""Maria Isabel"". It also conquered the U.S. market, lasting seven weeks at the top of "Billboard" Hot Latin Tracks. He became the first Latin singer to hold first place with three hits: "Si tu supieras" was followed by "En El Jardín" (with Gloria Estefan) and "No Olvidar". "Me Estoy Enamorando" sold 2.2 million copies worldwide. In December 1998, he recorded "Christmas in Vienna VI" with the tenor Plácido Domingo and Patricia Kaas. His performance was praised by the critics but it did not achieve much popularity among the audience.
To promote "Me Estoy Enamorando", Fernández launched his first solo tour performing in Argentina, Central America, Mexico, and the US. He also performed at the 1998 Viña del Mar festival in Chile. His set list consisted of rancheras from his past recordings, several tracks from "Me Estoy Enamorando", and a Spanish-language rendition of Frank Sinatra's "My Way". Fernández was accompanied by a 15-piece mariachi band for his ranchera performances. Reviewing his concert at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, California, "Los Angeles Times" editor Ernesto Lechner felt that Fernández "seemed to suffer from the same malady that affects most modern Mexican pop stars", citing "Si Tú Supieras" and "No Olvidar" as "unnervingly soulless". Alejandro Riera of the "Chicago Tribune" commented that Fernández has "one mean set of pipes" and "used that voice to successfully seduce just about everybody in his mostly female audience". Riera also noted that unlike his father, Vicente, who sings "the tequila-drenched songs of unrequited love", Alejandro "praises the power that women hold over men. He sees them as superior beings even when he takes on the persona of the disdained lover." Laura Emerick wrote a mixed review of his performance at the Rosement Theatre. She felt that even though Fernández is focused on being independent from his father, "young Alejandro remains a pony, not a stylistic stallion like his father. He lacks the vocal finesse and stage presence that make Vicente such a galvanizing force." She observed that the mariachi band "looked bored". Emerick however praised his ranchera tunes.