The Spanish singer released her new album, filled with hits that made stars like Roberto Carlos and Camilo Sesto famous

Por People Staff
Updated Octubre 10, 2008
Parte de mí, Rosario
Credit: Universal Music Latino

Spanish songstress Rosario reappeared on the music scene with Parte de mí, a musical effort that displays her mature artistry after 25 years in the music business. The album goes on sale today in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

Under the Universal Music Latino record label, the 44-year-old singer wanted to make the material more intimate, and thus recorded 11 songs, some of which were popularized by music greats such as Roberto Carlos, Camilo Sesto and Juan Luis Guerra.

The single “No dudaría,” which is already climbing the charts in Spain and the U.S., is described as a hymn of love.

Parte de mí, produced by music mogul Fernando Illán, has already gone gold and is also nominated for a Latin GRAMMY in Best Female Pop Album.