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Carpe Diem is name of third solo studio album from Mexican singer and actress Belinda, set to be released on March 23, 2010 through Capitol Latin.
The album name is a Latin phrase meaning "Vive el Día" (English: "Seize the Day") coined by the Roman poet Horace. The released date was originally to November 24, 2009, back later Belinda confirms on her Twitter that released date was postponed from November 24, 2009 to March 23, 2010. Belinda had some troubles to release her album because of her role as "Valentina" in the telenovela Camaleones. The album will included 11 tracks composed by herself and would be a change in her musical styles heard on her previous album, Utopía. Also said it will include a song titled "Cuida de Mí" written for her late grandfather, who died in 2008. The album has confirmed contributions from Aureo Baqueiro and Carlos Jean, as well as Belinda herself, who is accredited as composer, image coordinator and executive producer of the album.
- "Sal De Mi Piel" was the first promotional single and was released on August 18, 2009 digitally as the main theme of telenovela Camaleones'.
- "Egoísta" will be the official first single, the song will be a collaboration with Cuban rapper Pitbull, set to be released on February 8, 2010.
In January 2010 a preview of some recorded songs for Carpe Diem were leaked on YouTube.
- "Dop Amina"
- "Egoísta" (featuring Pitbull)
- "Cuida De Mí"
- "Maldita Suerte"
- "Sal De Mi Piel" (Bonus track)