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Fruta Fresca It received three Latin Grammy nominations for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Tropical Song and a Lo Nuestro nomination for Tropical Song of the Year. Vives received an American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers award for Pop/Contemporary Song in 2001 for his composition of the song. In 2003, Brazilian boy band Br'oZ covered the song in the Portuguese language under the title "Prometida" for their album "Popstars" which peaked at number two on the Brazilian Airplay Chart.
Fruta Fresca "Fruta Fresca" was originally scheduled to be released to radio stations on August 17, 1999, but it was released later in the month because the music video was not finished. The song debuted on the "Billboard" Top Latin Songs chart (formerly Hot Latin Tracks) chart at number 21 for the week of November 21, 1999, climbing to the top ten two weeks later. "Fruta Fresca" peaked at number-one on January 8, 2000, replacing "Ritmo Total" by Spanish performer Enrique Iglesias and being succeeded by "Te Quiero Mucho" by Mexican band Los Rieleros del Norte, the following week. The song returned to the top of the chart on January 22, 2000 for another two weeks, before being succeeded by Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona with "Desnuda". By March 11, 2000, "Fruta Fresca" was replaced at the number-one position by "Que Alguien Me Diga" by Gilberto Santa Rosa. "Fruta Fresca" also peaked at number-one on the "Billboard" Latin Tropical Airplay chart. The song ended 2000 as the third best performing Latin single of the year in the United States. In Spain, the song peaked at number two on the PROMUSICAE singles chart.
Fruta Fresca "El Amor de Mi Tierra" is Carlos Vives's ninth studio album released by EMI Latin on September 21, 1999. The album was produced by Juan Vicente Zambrano and Emilio Estefan.
Fruta Fresca "Fruta Fresca" ("Fresh Fruit") is a vallenato song written and performed by Colombian recording artist Carlos Vives and produced by Emilio Estefan and Juan Vicente Zambrano as the lead single from his studio album "El Amor de Mi Tierra" in 1999. The song incorporates the sound of Latin pop and Colombian vallenato music. In the song, he compares his lover's kisses to fresh fruit. The track was well received by critics who praised the production of the record. "Fruta Fresca" became Vives' first number-one hit on the "Billboard" Hot Latin Songs chart.
Fruta Fresca At the 1st Latin Grammy Awards it received nominations for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Tropical Song, while Vives was a candidate for Male Pop Vocal Performance. The song was also nominated for "Tropical Song of the Year" at the 13th Lo Nuestro Awards. Vives earned the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers award for Pop/Contemporary Song in 2001 for "Fruta Fresca". In 2003, Brazilian boy band Br'oZ recorded a cover version of the song in the Portuguese language under the title "Prometida" for their album "Popstars". The track peaked at number 2 on the Brazilian Airplay Chart.