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Check Out RBD’s new single “Tu Amor” ... NOW!

“Tu Amor,” the first single released to U.S. radio by Virgin Records international pop phenomenon RBD, is proving itself to be a mainstream smash -- in a matter of days, not weeks. Within just three days of release, the song was all over the four most-listened-to Top 40 stations in the country, among a nationwide crowd of 30 leader stations in Top 40 and Rhythmic formats!

RBD has already sold over two million copies of their Spanish-language albums in the United States, and their U.S. tour of spring 2006 was a complete sell-out of such arena-sized venues as the L.A. Coliseum, Miami’s American Airlines Arena, and New York’s Madison Square Garden. REBELS, the group’s English language debut, will be released on Virgin Records on December 26, 2006. It reprises six of the biggest RBD hits from their previous Spanish albums in English, and adds six newly-recorded tracks, including “Tu Amor,” written by master tunesmith Diane Warren (“Un-Break My Heart,” “I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing,” “Because You Loved Me”).

RBD comprises the six lead actors of the Mexican telenovela Rebelde, which debuted on Televisa in October 2004, and became a national obsession, drawing a massive viewership of 23 percent of all Mexican households. Following the release of an album in January 2005, the show’s musical element became so popular that artists ranging from Lenny Kravitz to Hilary Duff appeared on Rebelde to promote their music in the Latin market; Gorillaz even chose to debut their “Dare” video on Rebelde, rather than on MTV Mexico.

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