RBD's 'Celestial' Success

Cobo, Leila
December 2006
Billboard;12/9/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 49, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the sales of the album "Celestial" by RBD. The album is number one on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart, selling more than five times its closest competitor. The album is so successful because it represents an attempt by the Latin music industry to seriously look at and target the consumer.


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