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Mexican singer Yuridia emerged onto the spotlight after winning second place on the popular Mexican reality show La Academia. By the time she was 19, Yuridia had become one of the highest-selling artists in her home country. Her debut album sold over a million copies, which makes Yuridia the highest-selling female artist in the country since Thalía in the 90s. Her singsong voice has earned her the nickname “Voz de un Ángel (Voice of an Angel)”, leading to her debut album's title La Voz de un Ángel. This album has been certified diamond twice. Her second album, Habla El Corazón, came out in 2006 and included hits like "Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado", a cover of the Spanish version of Bon Jovi's "This Ain't a Love Song". Another single was Yuridia's cover for Roxette's “Listen to Your Heart” Spanish cover, “Habla El Corazon.” To this date, both the album and the single are Yuridia's most successful in the United States.