After La Academia
In October 2003, Nadia was nominated for a Premio Oye (the Mexican equivalent of a Grammy in two categories - "Revelación del año" (album of the year) and "Artista del año" (Artist of the year). She won album of the year at the ceremony on November 15, 2003. That month, her debut album went platinum, selling in excess of 150,000 copies.
In early 2004, Nadia briefly toured the United States to promote the release of her second album, Contigo sí ("With you, yes"). The title track from this album was featured as the theme song to Soñarás, a telenovela (soap opera) that aired on TVAzteca. Nadia's album went gold soon afterwards, and Nadia attained a fanbase not only in Mexico and the United States but in Guatemala, El Salvador, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, and other Latin countries.
Nadia's third album, Endulzame el oido (Sweeten my ears), was released in 2005. It features two duets: one with Bobby Pulido ("Para olvidarte"), and one with the Texan group Costumbre ("El dedo en la llaga"). To date, she has sold very little worldwide.
Nadia released her fourth album, Mujer (Woman).which includes songs such as Abrazame, Heridas, Eternamente Bella and many more.
Her fifth album "Un Poco de Tus Besos" was released at September 24, 2007.
Her sixth album "A Puro Dolor" will be released on March 5, 2008. The album finally gives a chance to Nadia demonstrate her talent in the Ranchero music.
On December 3, 2008 Nadia got nominated for a Grammy Award in Best Regional Mexican Album category for her latest album "A Puro Dolor" making her one of the first La Academia contestants to be nominated for such a big award.
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