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AM (Abraham Mateo album)

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Recorded  July 2013
Producer  Jacobo Calderón
Release date  12 November 2013
Genre  Pop music
Length  39:22
Artist  Abraham Mateo
Label  Ariola Records
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Released  November 12, 2013 (2013-11-12)
Similar  Abraham Mateo albums, Pop music albums

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AM is the second studio album by Spanish pop music artist Abraham Mateo. The album was released on November 12, 2013 via Sony Music Spain.


The album was recorded in Madrid and Miami and represented a change in Mateo's music style: in addition to ballad songs, it also included pop and electropop music, and Spanglish lyrics. Mateo rose to popularity with AM's first single, "Señorita", released in November 2012. The song, written by Herbie Crichlow and Thomas Troelsen, was listed for 40 weeks on the Spain's Top 50 singles chart, peaked on number three, and was certified Gold in Spain. The music video for "Señorita" was the most trending music video of 2013 on YouTube Spain. The album's second single, "Girlfriend", written by Charlie Mason, Jani Hölli and Gabriel Warmby, was released early October 2013 and debuted within the top fifteen in Spain. The third and last single, "Lánzalo", written by his producer Jacobo Calderón and Mateo himself, was released in March 2014 as a charity single, in support of UNICEF campaign for the children who suffer as a result of the Syrian conflict. The song debuted at number two on the Spain's Top 50 singles chart.

Track listing

AM Special Edition includes a remix of "Señorita" and an acoustic version of "Lánzalo" as Bonus Tracks. It also includes a DVD, featuring a making of and a dance tutorial of Señorita, unreleased footage from his autograph-signing event in Madrid and from his trip to Miami and his performance at the 2013 Premios Juventud Awards. AM was sold on iTunes with a remix of "Kill the Lights" as bonus.

Chart performance

AM debuted at number six on the Spain's Top 100 albums chart and was listed for 52 weeks. It was certified Gold in Spain.


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AM (Abraham Mateo album) Wikipedia

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