Thalía is a Mexican pop star, movie star and producer. She started her television career when she was one year old. The years don’t seem to touch her. As an adult, she likes to play the naughty girl, but in a sweet way. It’s cultural.
She works with a lot of different people now. From her position in life, Thalía can work with anyone she wants, but like a true queen, she gives her blessing to the younger generation. That’s probably the most important sign of greatness.
May 2021 ~ Thalía released DesAMORfosis. On her website, she explains her creative process and what the songs mean to her. It adds depth and meaning to the work. Other artists might look to her example. thalia.com
Most Influential Mexican Star of All Time
May 2020 ~ “People en Español” named Thalia the most influential Mexican star of all time. Wow.
Viva Kids Vol. 2
May 2020 ~ Thália released her second children’s album “Viva Kids Vol. 2.” She is a mom. As artists mature, they often want to give something back to the community. Connecting with the next generation is valuable.
In 2018, Thalia’s fifteenth studio album, “Valiente” (Brave) is mostly reggaeton and Latin trap. The recording features Natti Natasha, Lali, Gente de Zona, Fonseca, Ana Mena and Carlos Rivera. “No me acuerdo” (I don’t remember) featuring Natti Natasha was a hit.
The album hit #1 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart and went Platinum.
Thalia Shares the Secret to Her Clear Skin
January 14, 2016 ~ In a TV Interview on Univision, the then 44-year old Thalia said the secret to her clear skin and youthful glow is nightly multiple orgasms. Thalia is married to Tommy Mottola, the head of Sony Music Entertainment. Poor guy never gets any sleep.
Thalia releases “Latina”
“Latina” was released on May 6, 2016 by Sony Music Latin. The lead single “Desde Esa Noche” featuring Maluma hit #4 on Billboard’s Latin Pop chart.
A Daughter of Mexico City
Ariadna Thalía Sodi Miranda was born in México City, México on August 26, 1971. She lost her father at a young age. It affected her greatly, but like mom used to say, “It’s not what happens, but what you do about it that matters” (Epictetus, Greek, 50-135)
Thalia is a great example of what you can do with your life.