Paty Cantú - Manual

Paty Cantú has premiered the video for “Manual”, a song that belongs to his latest album, “Corazón Bipolar”.

“Corazón Bipolar” is the third album of Paty Cantu with which it has had great success in Mexico.

Watch the video below and tell us what you think!.

Hice un manual para querernos
Para no descomponernos
Un instructivo de mi

Uno no soy de las que quiere que alguien las salve
talvez soy fragil pero nunca cobarde
y cuando me equivoco pido perdon

Soy complicada y dificil aveces
Dos veces me he enamorado
Creo que los celos son estupideces
Si estoy contigo es que te amo

Para enamorarnos basta tan solo querer
Para reencontrarnos dia con dia otra vez
Que no vez que el amor es un dia a la vez

Sabes no vuelvo a amores que ya se han terminado
tampoco suelo visitar el pasado
y reconozco lo que soy y no soy

Soy complicada y dificil aveces
Dos veces me he enamorado
Y aunque no siempre sere la de siempre
Nunca lo dudes TE AMO

Para enamorarnos basta tan solo querer
Para reencontrarnos dia con dia otra vez
Que no vez que el amor es un dia a la vez

Ooo Basta tan solo querer
Para reencontrarnos dia con dia otra vez
Que no vez que el amor es un dia a la vez

No lo vez

Hice un manual para querernos
Para no descomponernos
Un instructivo de mi.

Paty Cantú
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Background information
Birth name Patricia Giovanna Cantú Velasco
Born Houston, Texas[1]
Origin Guadalajara, Mexico[citation needed]
Genres Pop, rock
Years active 2000–2007(group)
2008–present (solo)
Labels EMI Music
Associated acts Motel, Lu

Patricia Giovanna Cantú Velasco (born November 25, 1983), known professionally as Paty Cantú is a Mexican singer-songwriter and occasional actress, who rose to fame as one of the founding members of the successful Mexican pop duo Lu. Cantú has both Mexican and US citizenship.[citation needed]

Early life

Cantú was born in Houston, Texas. The family returned to Guadalajara, Mexico when she was a child. At the age of 16, Cantú was drawn to entertaining people; she started taking guitar and bass lessons,[2] eventually leaving law school to pursue her musical career.

Music career


Main article: Lu (duo)

Paty Cantú became a member of the Mexican pop duo Lu alongside Mario Sandoval. The pair rose to fame with hits like Por Besarte, Una Confusión and La Vida Después de Ti and being certified gold and platinum for both records in Mexico and USA.[3] Their self-titled debut album released in 2004, which was produced by Aureo Baqueiro, producer of artists like Natalia Lafourcade, Sin Bandera, Kabah, and Moenia, had success in Mexico and Brazil in which enjoyed success because they and their song "Por Besarte" were featured on Rebelde. Her song-writing skills were shown in the track "Sé" and writing songs for Lola and Alejandra Guzmán. After various reeditions from their first album, and a sophomore one called "Álbum", it was announced on August 27, 2007 that Mario and Paty parted ways due to artistic ideas, giving their last concert on October in Reynosa, Tamaulipas.[4]


After the split, Paty started to write songs for her debut album, having 54 songs[5] before selecting the final 10. In 2008, she was featured in Motel's hit "Dos Palabras" which was released on August 12 and appeared in the reedition from their second album 17 Bis. After that, Paty Cantú debuted as a solo artist on October 17 as an opening act for Mexican singer Aleks Syntek, making this her start as a successful solo singer. In November 2008,[5] Paty Cantú released her first single "Déjame Ir" which reached Top 10 in the Mexican Radio Airplay proving an instant hit and the video was premiered in MTV on November 18.[6] Her album "Me Quedo Sola" was released on January 27, 2009 [7] under EMI composed of 10 songs, 9 written by her and 1 written by Billy Mendez from Motel. In only three days of sales, Me Quedo Sola debuted at #8 in "Lo Mas Vendido" in Mixup and after a week, the album reached #1. However in the Mexico Main Top 100 Albums Chart reached #2, just under Vicente Fernández.

"No Fue Suficiente", her second single was released on February 21 and its video inspired by Tim Burton[6] was produced by Esteban Madrazo and debuted in "Los 10+ Pedidos" of MTV. She started to write songs for Alejandro Fernández, Dulce María's debut album as well as upcoming greatest hits from Alejandra Guzmán.[5]

In August 2009 it was announced that Paty Cantú will participate in the movie Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure as part of the soundtrack with the song Historia Ancestral, which will be released on September 4, 2009.[8][dated info] She also announced in her MySpace that her debut album will have a reedition which include new tracks like Muñeca de Papel written by Billy from Motel, Casi Divas featuring Alfonso Pichardo, lead singer from Moenia and Mi Amor Destruye featuring Ballesteros.

Paty Cantú was nominated for Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2009 in two categories, one alongside her former mate Mario Sandoval and his group Sandoval.[9] On September 29, Paty Cantú received two nominations for Premios Oye!, the Mexican Grammy Awards for Breakthrough of the Year alongside Alexander Acha, Beto Cuevas, Tush[disambiguation needed] and Victor & Leo and Best Female Solo competing against Colombian Fanny Lú, Italian singer Laura Pausini and connationals María José and Natalia Lafourcade[10]

Paty Cantu's newest song "Afortunadamente no eres tu" became widely known throughout Mexico and within the United States Hispanic community. The song was used in a MasterCard commercial as well as Ninas Mal's soundtrack.

She is featured in the single "The World is Ours" used by Coca-Cola to promote the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The single is featured in the album One Love, One Rhythm.

Acting career

Paty Cantú appeared as a musical guest in Rebelde, in the 2nd season of El Show de los Sueños and in Verano de Amor starred by Dulce María but her acting debut will be in the 3rd season of the Mexican series El Pantera as the character of María a car thief which will be involved as a love interest of El Pantera.[11] In 2013 she is the voice of Gossip Girl in Gossip Girl: Acapulco.



Me Quedo Sola
Afortunadamente No Eres Tú
Corazón Bipolar

Awards and nominations

Los Premios MTVs are awarded annually by MTV Latin America. Cantú has received two nominations. She received two nominations again in the 8th gala of the Premios Oye!

Year Recipient Award Result
Premios MTV 2009 Paty Cantú Best New Artist — North Won
Breakthrough Artist Nominated
Premios Oye! 2009 Paty Cantú Breakthrough of the Year Nominated
Best Female Soloist Nominated

External links

Name Cantù, Paty
Alternative names
Short description Mexican actor
Date of birth November 25, 1983
Place of birth Houston, Texas
Date of death
Place of death

Paty Cantú @ Voilà Acoustique


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