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La Gran Señora

La Gran Señora
Jenni Rivera
Released December 1, 2009
Recorded Sep-Oct 2009[1]
Genre Ranchera, mariachi
Length 44:55
Label Fonovisa
Producer Jenni Rivera (executive)
Jenni Rivera chronology

Jenni: Super Deluxe
La Gran Señora
La Gran Señora en Vivo
Singles from La Gran Señora
  1. "Ya Lo Sé"
    Released: November 17, 2009
  2. "Por Que No Le Calas"
    Released: April 12, 2010
  3. "Déjame Volver Contigo"
    Released: September 23, 2010
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[2]

La Gran Señora is the eleventh studio album by the banda/grupera singer Jenni Rivera, released on December 1, 2009, through Fonovisa.[3] The album has a contexture of mariachi and ranchera music.[1] The album's release was preceded by the single "Ya Lo Sé" released on November 17, 2009.[4]

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Yo Soy Mujer"  Jesus RafaelRivera 4:16
2. "Por Que No Le Calas"  Agustin CejudoRivera 3:23
3. "Before The Next Teardrop Falls"  Vivian Keith, Ben PetersRivera 3:41
4. "Déjame Volver Contigo"  Rafael Pérez Botija, Maria Enriqueta RamosRivera 3:58
5. "La Cara Bonita"  Manuel Duran, Manuel Duran DuranRivera 2:14
6. "Ya Lo Sé"  Pepe GarzaRivera 3:24
7. "Ni Princesa Ni Esclava"  Ruben Fuentes GassomRivera 3:57
8. "No Llega El Olvido"  Espinoza PazRivera 3:13
9. "Amaneciste Conmigo" (aka Sentirte En Mi Frio)Luis Antonio LopezRivera 3:40
10. "La Escalera"  Jorge MacíasRivera 2:59
11. "La Gran Señora"  Jenni RiveraRivera 4:10
12. "Amarga Navidad"  José Alfredo JiménezRivera 3:07
13. "Estaré Contigo Cuando Triste Estés" (Before The Next Teardrop Falls) (Spanish version))Vivian Keith, Ben Peters, Jenni RiveraRivera 3:41


Chart (2009-2013) Peak
Mexican Albums Chart[5] 9 AMPROFON
U.S. Billboard 200[6] 171 Billboard
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums[6] 2
U.S. Billboard Regional Mexican Albums[6] 1

End of the Year

Charts (2012) Peak
Mexican Albums Chart[7] 62

Sales and certifications

Chart procession and succession

Preceded by
Sin Ti No Vive by Patrulla 81
U.S. Billboard Regional Mexican Albums number-one album
December 19, 2009 (first run)
January 16–30, 2010 (second run)
Succeeded by
Dos Mundos: Tradicion by Alejandro Fernández
Preceded by
Dos Mundos: Tradicion by Alejandro Fernández
Succeeded by
¡Ando Bien Pedo! by Banda Los Recoditos


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