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Rebeca Pous Del Toro

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Birth name  Rebeca Pous Del Toro
Name  Rebeca Del
Website  Rebeca Official Site

Years active  1996–present
Occupation(s)  singer-songwriter,
Role  Singer
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Born  November 1, 1978 (age 37) Barcelona, Spain (1978-11-01)
Genres  Latin pop, pop-eurodance
Albums  Nao ha crise, Simplesmente, Azul, Peco-Te Ajuda
Parents  Jose Maria Pous, Maria Francisca del Toro
Similar People  Diego Miranda, Jose Reza, Jose Alberto Reis, Ichirou Agata

Rebeca Pous Del Toro (born November 1, 1978 in Barcelona, Spain), known professionally as Rebeca, is a pop-eurodance singer, producer, songwriter and actress.


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Rebeca Pous Del Toro Vertelevisivos Ver Tema El inmediato post de Rebeca

She is daughter of singer Franciska, who was born in Barcelona to a Spanish mother from Valencia and a Puerto Rican father, and painter José María Pous. Eliseo Del Toro, a famous Puerto Rican singer, is Rebeca's uncle.

Music career

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She started her music career in 1996, when she was 18 years old. Her first single "Más Que Un Engaño" was a big hit in Spain, Latin America and U.S., while the following singles "Solo Amante" and "Duro De Pelar", established her as a major artist in Spain and Latin America.

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Her first album called Rebeca, a big success in Spain, Latin America and United States, sold 200 000 (+) and was certified 2xPlatinum in Spain. In 1997, she released her second album Rebelde, which was a big success, and was certified Gold in Spain. In 1998 she worked on the album Grease en Español and in the Grease Tour until 1999. In 1999, the album Grandes Exitos was released in Latin America and USA but not in Spain. In 2000 she released the album Brava with moderate success in Latin America and Spain. In 2002, the album, Supernatural was released. She released her latest album in 2005, a greatest hits compilation called Lo Mejor De Rebeca. [1]

She wrote, along with Tony Sánchez-Ohlsson, Thomas G:son and Andreas Rickstrand, the song "I Love You Mi Vida" that represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, performed by boy band D'Nash. She attempted to participate in Eurovisión herself in four occasions: in 2006 ("Qué no daría yo"), 2007 ("I Love You Mi Vida"), 2009 ("Amor radical") and 2010 ("Valentino Boy").


In 2005, Rebeca was a contestant on reality show Aventura en África (sixth season of Survivor Spain), where she finished in fourth place. In 2014, she participated again in the thirteenth season of Survivor Spain, Supervivientes: Perdidos en Honduras. During her stay in the program, she had to be evacuated from the island due to an allergic reaction to over 200 mosquito bites at one time.


  • 1996: Rebeca
  • 1997: Rebelde
  • 1999: Grandes Exitos
  • 2000: Brava
  • 2002: Supernatural
  • 2005: Lo mejor de
  • Track-lists

    Others Songs:

  • "Lo Prefiero" (unreleased)
  • "Que No Daría yo"
  • "I Love You Mi Vida" (unreleased)
  • "Mentiras de verdad" (unreleased)
  • "Sola" (unreleased)
  • "Amor Radical" (unreleased)
  • "Goin' you loca" (with Isaak)
  • Videography

  • "Duro De Pelar" (European version)
  • "Duro De Pelar" (Latin American version)
  • "Cállate Ya"
  • "Brava"
  • "Que No Daría Yo"
  • "Se Me Olvidó"
  • "Valentino Boy"
  • "Matador"
  • "Se Hizo La Luz"
  • "Aquí y Ahora"
  • "Sientes Mariposas"
  • References

    Rebeca Pous Del Toro Wikipedia

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