Alejate de mi by Camila

Alejate de mi

Song Information

"Aléjate de Mí" (English: Get Away From Me) is a pop ballad song by Mexican pop group Camila released as the second single from their second studio album, Dejarte de Amar released officially on May 11, 2010 through Sony. The song is also their third Mexican number-one single. The song is written and produced by Mario Domm. The song was released as the last promotional single, before to release the album on February 2, 2010, and later selected as second single. The music video was released on May 12, 2010 directed by Ricardo Calderon, was also released for sale on May 30, 2010. The song was used as the lead theme of the protagonists Pilar and Gonzalo in the Chilean TV series La familia de al lado aired by TVN (Chile) in 2010-2011. Show video tutorial!

About the Artist

Camila is a Mexican soft rock group which reached staggering success in their home country and all over Latin America upon the release of their debut album Todo Cambió. It consists of vocalist, composer and producer Mario Domm, vocalist Samuel Parra and guitarist Pablo Hurtado, founded by Domm officially formed in 2005. According to the group, the name came from a friend's idea of calling the group "Camila" because it means "close to God". Their first single, "Abrázame" became a major airplay success upon its release. The song was played in the radio stations. In late 2006, the group was nominated for Best New Artist at the Premio Lo Nuestro 2007. The follow-up to their single "Coleccionista de Canciones", which was used as the theme song for the Mexican telenovela Las Dos Caras de Ana. The third single, "Todo Cambió" was released in March 2007. The song quickly became the group's most important single yet. It reached the U.S. Latin Top 20, the group's highest position ever. As of June 2007, their debut album Todo Cambió was certified Platinum and Gold in Mexico.
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