EverythingBritney.net reports that Paulina Rubio made radio appearance at Y-100 Miami and talked about new projects, music stars and other subjects, and during her discussion she said: “Britney is also very talented, but in another way. She makes catchy music that stays in your head for years.”
Mexico’s Paulina Rubio Rules Charts
February 27, 2004 – Billboard spoke with Paulina Rubio about the success of her Spanish-language album, ‘Pau-Latina,’ which has given Rubio her first No. 1 song in U.S. radio with ‘Te Quise Tanto’ on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart. “Right now, I’m focused on this album and on this concert tour,” Rubio says, referring to the U.S. and Mexico tour she plans to launch this summer. “I’m very committed and very motivated.” And later this year, look for Rubio’s second English-language album.
Paulina Rubio Defines Her Music As ‘Honest Pop’
February 27, 2004 – Contributed anonymously:
Paulina Rubio told 107.5 (South Florida) that she defines her music as ‘Honest Pop’. “If I had to define my music, it then will be ‘Honest Pop’,” Rubio said. “My music consists of songs with different rhythms but with very simple lyrics. To be honest, I don’t want to win a Noble Prize. My music is made to have fun, to dance with grandma at a wedding, to sing along with your girlfriends at a Saturday night or to dance at graduations. I love to make anthems for young people and let them feel adrenalin and positive feelings that will let them forget the bad things for a moment. My only dream is to keep spreading my music around the world and keep spreading my positive message. It’s very exciting to go see Japanese or Italians singing along with me and dancing my music even if they don’t know a word in Spanish or English.”