Destiny (Gloria Estefan album). Destiny is the seventh studio solo album released by American singer Gloria Estefan, but is the nineteenth of her career overall. It was released in 1996. The first single from the album, "Reach", became a hit around the world and was the official theme of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta
Destiny Gloria Estefan. Listen on Apple Music. The Essential Gloria Estefan. Original Album Classics: Gloria Estefan. See All. Let It Loose.
The album discography of the Cuban-American singer Gloria Estefan consists of twenty studio albums, nine compilations, and seven EPs (combining Estefan's releases with her band, the Miami Sound Machine, and her solo releases). With estimated sales of 100 million of albums worldwide, she is the most successful female Latin crossover artists ever.
Contains inlay booklet with original Spanish lyrics as well as their English translations. Track 2 and album title: titles on disc are "Mí Tierra" (with an accent on first i) Track 7: title on disc is "Si Señor" (without triple dot and exclamation signs) Track 8: title on disc is "Volveras" (no accent on a) Track 11: title on disc is "Hablas De Mi" (no accent on i). Matrix, Runouts appear 'mirrored' on data side of CD and are readable normally from label side of CD.
Estefan became a worldwide inspiration after that. It was the first number-one album on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart, established when it was released. It was also the first Diamond album in Spain. This album features a more ambient sound than previous Estefan albums, with only two songs: "You'll Be Mine (Party Time)" and "Higher" being up-beat. The album included a bonus enhanced selection, in which Estefan talks about the album and the song "Reach" in particular. It also features an animated discography of Estefan.
Listen free to Gloria Estefan – DESTINY (Destiny (Album Version), I'm Not Giving You Up and more). The first single from the album, "Reach" became a hit around the world and was the official theme of the Atlanta 96 Olympics. This album features a more ambient sound than previous Estefan albums, with only two songs: "You'll Be Mine (Party Time)" and "Higher" being up-beat