La Musica Thalia

Thalia was born as Ariadne Thalia Sodi Miranda on August 26 in 1971. She was born in Mexico City, Mexico. Thalia is the youngest of five children, born to Yolanda Mange and Ernesto Pallares. Ernesto died when Thalia was very young.

Thalia only attended elementary school, she went to Liceo Franco Mexicano school. Although she never attended college, she made her success at a young age. When Thalia was nine, she joined a children's pop group called Din-Din. She toured with this group around the U.S., and also started to pursue a career in acting. At age 13, she became the lead role in the Grease production. This was a huge turning point for her career and gave her stardom a boost. Later, she joined the music group Timbiriche.

Thalia's music is mainly Latin pop. Latin pop is pop music from any Spanish-speaking country. Usually her music is always sung in Spanish, since it is her first language.

Thalia's biggest album is titled Greatest Hits. It includes 14 songs from all her previous albums, the songs she believes were the best and most successful. It is the album Thalia has said meant the most to her because it reminded her how much she loves music.

Thalia has made many albums throughout her music career. Her most popular album is titled "Latina" and was released in 2016. Another popular album is "Primera Fila" and it was released in 2009. Her oldest album was released in 1991 and it named "Mundo de Cristal".

Her most popular song is "Desde esa Nocha" and it was released in 2016. Another major hit is "Equivocada" which was released in her 2009 album.

Throughout her career, Thalia has won some awards for her music. In 2007, she won the Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Song of the Year. She won Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Album of the Year in 2014 for her album "Habitame Siempre." Also in 2014, she won the Billboard Latin Music Award for Hot Latin Song Artist of the Year. Recently, she won the 2017 Lo Nuestro Award for Pop/Rock Female Artist of the Year.

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