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Wait A Minute, Beyoncé And Selena Gomez Released Songs In Spanish?

When it comes to great music, language does not discriminate. These singers sang in their second (or third) language and still killed it on the musical charts. *Snaps* for branching out!


“Irreemplazable” – Beyoncé

“Un Año Sin Lluvia” – Selena Gomez and The Scene

Credit: SelenaGomezVEVO / YouTube

Original title: “A Year Without Rain”

Back when Selena was trying to figure out whether she was on or off with Justin Bieber — so were we — she released this Spanish pop song with that one boy band (The Scene) that used to back her up. It’s actually pretty catchy when you take a listen. Keep singing in Español, girl!


“Genio Atrapado”- Christina Aguilera

“Mis Deseos/Feliz Navidad” – Michael Bublé featuring Thalia

“Rascacielo” – Demi Lovato

Fotografía” – Nelly Furtado duet with Juanes

“Al Final del Camino” – Boyz II Men

CREDIT: YouTube/B2M

Title: “End Of The Road”

This emotional ballad from the ’90s was one of THE breakup songs of the decade, and its popularity was cemented further when Boyz II Men released a version in Español. Listen to this tearjerker, and if anyone asks “Why you crying?” a la George Lopez, tell them you put a little too much Valentina sauce on your papitas.


“Aun Existe Amor” – Celine Dion

“Quizás, quizás, quizás” – Nat King Cole

READ: 11 Spanish-Language Covers That Might Make You Forget The Originals

Do you have any favorite songs you want to see translated in Spanish? Did we miss any musical artists who have sang in español? Let us know in the comments below!

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