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Tu No Sabes - 1987

Recorded at Martin Weiss Park in Oak Cliff in July 1987. Video by Gilbert Cortez. Visit OakCliff for an awesome story on the video. Selena's first video, it was shown on a local station. Watch Here

Buenos Amigos - 1991

Selena's duet with Alvero Torres. her first number one, "Buenos Amigos" with Alvaro Torres, which peaked at number one on 6 June 1992. Watch Here


La Carcacha - 1992
Recorded in Monterrey, MX, this was Selena's first solo video with EMI Latin. The first one to be played on MTV and other music stations in the US and Mexico. Watch Here


No Debes Jugar - 1993
Selena y los Dinos made a video for this during an appearance on the musical show Padrisimo. It wasn't an official video but they showed it on TV often. It peaked at number 3 on the US Hot Latin Tracks on the week ending 14 August 1993. Watch Here  Alternate version only includes video from outside Watch Here


La Llamada - 1993
"La Llamada" was released as the second single from Live!. It peaked at number 5 on the US Hot Latin Tracks on the week ending 23 October 1993. Recorded at a beach house in Malibu, California. Selena said in an interview that the director didn't know the difference between her music and Banda and the extra's originally showed up wearing more cowboy apparel and had to change. Watch Here


Donde Quiera Que Estes - 1994

Duet with the Barrio Boyzz, Recorded in late 1993 and released January 22, 1994. The entire video was shot in New York City. The song was later rerecorded by the Barrio Boyzz with their part in English and was included on the Dreaming of You album. Written by K. C. Porter, Miguel Flores, Desmond Child, and produced by A.B. Quintanilla III, Domingo Padilla, and Bebu Silvetti. The song peaked at number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart for six consecutive weeks
"Donde Quiera Que Estés" was nominated for Vocal Duo of the Year at the 1994 Tejano Music Awards. Watch Here


Amor Prohibido - 1994
Recorded in Joshua Tree National Park in California. It topped the United States Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart for nine consecutive weeks, her first number-one as a solo artist, and became the most successful US Latin single of 1994. The single was released on April 13, 1994, in the United States and Mexico.  Watch Here


Bidi Bidi Bom Bom - 1994
The video was shot in California on the Santa Monica Pier. Selena said that it was overcast that day and they didn't think to use sunscreen and were all sunburned by the end of the day. Watch Here


No Me Queda Mas - 1994

Filmed in October 1994 at the San Antonio Amtrak station, at the grand staircase. In the beginning of the video, Selena was sitting at the Casa Rio restaurant at the San Antonio River Walk. The horse and wedding scene was filmed at Breckenridge Park in San Antonio, Texas. directed by Sean Roberts, Shooting took four days to complete. Watch Here


Techno Cumbia - 1995 (Remix Version)
The recording received the Tejano Music Award for Tejano Crossover Song of the Year in 1995 and received nominations for Single of the Year at the Broadcast Music Inc.'s pop awards and Music Video of the Year at the 1996 Tejano Music Awards. Cecilia Miniucchi served as the director of the video and found the project to be rather challenging to do. The music video featured live performances of Selena singing the song at the Houston Astrodome concert on February 26, 1995, outtakes from her music video for "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom", and performances of the singer at the Far West Rodeo (both performances, red and black outfits).


Dreaming Of You - 1995

The music video for "Dreaming of You" was filmed posthumously and released in 1995 to music channels. The video is about a young woman who sneaks away from her home to run off with the man she loves. The music video reached number 49 on the Billboard Video Monitor VH1 Top Music Videos list on 18 April 1998. Watch Here


I Could Fall In Love - 1995

directed by Hector Galan, featured a montage of pictures and videos of live performances of Selena, which had been collected by her family. It received a Music Video of the Year nomination at the 1996 Tejano Music Awards. This promotional video reached number 11 on the Billboard Video Monitor VH1 Top Music Videos list, number 6 on The BOX Video List, number 10 on the MOR Music list, and number 3 on the California Music Channel (CMC) list of most popular music videos. Watch Here


A Boy Like That - 1995
The video shows a picture of Selena over a curtain and a tattoo on a mans back. It is a lot of dancers dancing to her song. I used to have a video where the director talked about making the video. He said they were trying to not exploit Selena's image in the video. They throw out a lot of nods to her but the song is from the West Side Story, based on Romeo and Juliet. So the video is showing the 2 gangs dance fighting, similar to the movie. The producer of the song said that he spoke to Selena about the style they wanted to take the song and she suggested New Jack City, which is what they were able to do to expand the song from a short broadway song into a full 3 minus plus song. Watch Here


I'm Getting Used To You - 1995

One of the rarer videos, it features a lot of people wearing Selena style clothes or T-shirts, it's a very 90's video. Watch Here


Tu Solo Tu - 1996

A montage of Selena clips and a mariachi band playing. Watch Here


Siempre Hace Frio - 1996

Jennifer Lopez plays Selena in this video. Jennifer walks around and Selena is shown inside of her silhouette. It's similar to the Tu Solo Tu video with the mariachi's playing. It has an acoustic guitar entrance playing Amor Prohibido. Watch Here


Last Dance/Disco Medley - 1997

Played mostly on VH1, this was made up of clips from the Astrodome performance and movie clips. Watch Here


No Quiero Saber - 1997(Remix Version)

Originally on Ven Conmigo, the song was remixed in 1996 and was featured on the official Latin album of the 1996 Summer Olympics, Voces Unidas. The video shows clips from 2 performances on Bailando and Sabado Gigante as well as clips of Selena performing throughout her career. Notably from her Coke commercial in 89 and Agree shampoo commercial in 94 and clips from her Monterrey concert in 1994. Watch Here


No Me Queda Mas - 2001

Q-Productions produced a song with Los Tres Reyes and they did a cover/duet with Selena and advances in video technology allowed them to create an amazing video. They use the live performance from the 1994 Tejano Music Awards to create a video as if Selena was able to walk out on stage with them and perform. Mrs. Q, Suzette, and her husband are in the audience of the video. Watch Here


Baila Esta Cumbia - 2005 A remixed duet with the Kumbia Kings.

EMI Latin requested A.B. do some remixes for the upcoming Selena Vive concert. He did a cumbia version of I could Fall in Love and remixed Baila Esta Cumbia with his band Los Kumbia Kings. The music video shows the Kumbia Kings dancing together wearing Selena shirts and drawings of Selena from the 1995 Astrodome. Watch Here


Como La Flor - 2015

Made for the “Lo Mejor De…Selena” album. This is a montage of previous videos in black and white. Watch Here