It's Been 22 Years Since Selena Quintanilla's Death and She Still Holds This 1 Record

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Even after her dying, Selena Quintanilla’s music stays in our hearts and continues to encourage artists. It is no marvel that her album Dreaming of You, launched posthumously, continues to be the highest-promoting Latin album of the final 25 years. In accordance with Nielsen, Selena’s final work bought 2.9 million copies and beat out different artists like Gloria Estefan, Daddy Yankee, Shakira, and Ricky Martin.

Dreaming of You was launched on July 18, 1995, a couple of months after the Tejano singer’s dying, and contained a few of her largest hits together with “I Might Fall in Love,” “Dreaming of You,” and “Techno Cumbia.” Selena’s earlier album, Amor Prohíbido, can also be within the prime 5, holding the fourth spot after promoting 1.2 million copies, that includes “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” “Fotos y Recuerdos,” and “No Me Queda Más.” These data — plus, the star’s upcoming Hollywood Stroll of Fame star, two Madame Tussauds wax figures, and 2016 make-up line — go to show that Selena’s legacy is simply gaining momentum.