|1||En La Disco|
|3||Cosas Del Amor|
|5||Asi Es La Vida|
|6||Presencie Tu Amor|
|7||A Partir De Hoy|
|8||Porque No Te Encontre|
|9||Ahora Soy Mala|
|11||Me Cambio Por Ella|
|13||Yo Por Ti|
|14||Cuando Tu No Estas|
|17||Que Bonita Eres (Merengue)|
|18||No Mientas Mas Salsa Version|
|19||Todo Lo Que Sube Baja (Merengue)|
|20||Fue Tanto El Tiempo (Merengue)|
|21||No mientas mas Balad Version|
|23||Una Mujer Como Yo (Merengue)|
|25||De Que Me Sirve La Vida (Merengue)|
|26||Pura Sabrosura (Merengue)|
|27||Mi Corazon Lloro (Merengue)|
Olga Tañón (born April 13, 1967) is a two-time Grammy Award and three-time Latin Grammy-winning Merengue and Latin Pop artist. Tañón has earned 2 Grammy award, 3 Latin Grammy Awards and 28 Premios Lo Nuestro awards during her career.
Tañón (birth name: "Olga Teresa Tañón Ortíz") is the youngest of four children born to José Tañón and Carmen Gloria Ortíz born in Santurce, Puerto Rico. She was raised in Levittown, Toa Baja, Puerto Rico, where she received her primary and secondary education.
Tañón's singing career began when she joined a group called "Las Nenas de Ringo y Jossie" (Ringo and Jossie's Girls) in the 1980s. A short time later a very popular group in Puerto Rico called "Chantelle" noticed her mezzo soprano voice and recruited her.