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Yuri is a well recognized Mexican singer, TV host and actress best known for performing chart-topping Latin pop tunes during the eighties and early nineties. She has recorded some of the most popular Latin American hits, Aire, Cuando Baja La Marea, Isla Del Sol, Sui Generisque, El Apagon, Sabes lo Que Pasa, Quien Eres Tu and Todo mi Corazon. She has recorded numerous collaborations and duets with the likes of Flex, Kumbia All Starz, Christian Artists, Ana Barbara, Vicente Fernandez, Guadalupe Esparza, Pandora, Mijares, Rodrigo Espinoza, Celia Cruz, Torre Fuerte, Alex D'Castro, and Don Johnson, among many others. Yuri temporarily retired in 1998, but returned after four years, in 2002. After being absent from mainstream Latin Entertainment for a while, she signed a record deal with Televisa that would present a compilation of her thirty top hits in the album Mis Treinta Mejores Canciones. The singer promoted the album by making appearances on many Latin TV shows, along which she sang her old songs with a new touch. Pop Latin fans are more than thrilled that the singer is back, performing live shows, making sure they grab Yuri tickets as soon as any of her concerts are announced.
Yuri participated in Festival OTI in 1979, in which she sang an Irasema song that was presumed to be a plagiarized version of Donna Summer's song McArthur Park, due to which she was disqualified. During the competition, however, the judges unanimously decided that she still be given an award in the category of Best New Female Artist. This new award was enough to convince Julio Jaramillo, the executive producer, to record another album called Yuri. The album gave the artist her very first hit titled Esperanzas, helping her attain a part in Mexican Soap Operas such as Veronica and Colorina. Soon after recording this album, she undertook an international tour, performing all across South America, Central America, the United States and the Caribbean. Some of the most popular songs from Latin America include Primer Amor, Regresaras, and Goma de Mascar. In1981, she played the track Deja, which was initially sing by Jose Maria Napoleon, during the Festival OTI, earning the third place in the category of Best Female Singer.
By 1982, Yuri was on her way to recording her third studio album, which turned out to be her first gold recording in Spain and Latin America. The album turned out to be such a success on part of the hits Mi Timidez, Tu u Yo, Llena de Dulzura, and Maldita Primavera. The same year she recorded another single that was dedicated to a Panda born in Mexico, selling over a million copies in the initial year. The artist was invited to the renowned Festival de la Cancion de Vina Internacional, where she won an award for Antorcha de plata, marking the first time a Mexican woman received the award. Her music continued to gain more popularity in the Latin entertainment industry following the release of her fourth album titled Te Amo, Te Amo. 1984 proved to be particularly successful for the singer; she released her fifth album titled Karma Kameleon, which became a prominent hit that towered the music charts of Latin America. The same year, she decided to enter the Festival OTI, where she sang the Sergio Andrade song Tiempos Mejores. This time, the artist won the national competition and went on to represent Mexico in the International Festival OTI, in which she came third winning the Best Female Singer category.
In 2010, Yuri released the album Inusual, marking her twenty-third record in thirty years. The album, which was produced by Scott Ericson, features an exciting collection of eight new songs along with five covers. The record reached up to the number one spot within the initial week of release in Mexico. In less than four weeks, it attained the ranks of a gold album nationally. Just get hold of some cheap Yuri tickets and be there to experience a one of a kind performance.