Rosa Pastel (Belanova song)

"Rosa Pastel"
Single by Belanova
from the album Dulce Beat
ReleasedApril 2, 2006 (Mexico, Argentina, Colombia)
December 14, 2006 (U.S.)
LabelUniversal Music Latino
Songwriter(s)Denisse Guerrero Flores, Ricardo Arturo Arreola Palomera, Edgar Albino Huerta Castaneda
Belanova singles chronology
"Por Ti"
"Rosa Pastel"

“Rosa Pastel” (English: Pastel Pink) is a song by Mexican pop band Belanova. It was released in April 2, 2006 in Mexico, as the third single from their album Dulce Beat (2006).[1] After the success of “Por Ti”, the band re-issued the album as Dulce Beat 2.0, with Universal Records agreeing to make “Rosa Pastel” the single and promotional song from the new edition.

In 2023, the song experienced a resurgence in popularity after becoming a viral hit on TikTok, increasing in streams on Spotify and entering the daily chart in Mexico.[2][3]


"Rosa Pastel" is a synthpop song and the lyrics narrate love and nostalgia. At the time of recording, Denisse Guerrero of Belanova said that the song was written when she was in love, yet experiencing sadness at the same time.[4]

Music video

The music video was directed by Chicle and was filmed in Mexico City. The video ranked at number one on MTV's Los 10+ Pedidos Latinoamerica for 11 days.[5] It also ranked on the best music videos from 2006 in #11, and #3 just counting Hispanic music videos.

Track list

Digital Download

  1. Rosa Pastel (Album version) – 3:06


2006 chart performance for "Rosa Pastel"
Charts (2006) Peak
Latin Pop Airplay (Billboard)[6] 26
2023 chart performance for "Rosa Pastel"
Chart (2023) Peak
Mexico Songs (Billboard)[7] 19


  1. ^ Méndez, Dora (July 12, 2023). "De qué trata y cómo surgió la nueva tendencia viral de TikTok con la canción 'Rosa Pastel' de Belanova". Tikitakas. Retrieved December 14, 2023.
  2. ^ Rojas, Edith (November 28, 2023). ""Rosa Pastel": la historia de la canción de Belanova". UnoTV. Retrieved December 1, 2023.
  3. ^ Izquierdo, Ignacio (November 1, 2023). "Así fue la primera vez que Belanova interpretó "Rosa Pastel" y fue rechazada por el público". Infobae. Retrieved December 14, 2023.
  4. ^ "La triste historia detrás de 'Rosa Pastel' de Belanova". Exa FM. November 1, 2023. Retrieved December 14, 2023.
  5. ^ "Rosa pastel, estética y poética de Belanova". Pie de Página. July 15, 2023. Retrieved December 14, 2023.
  6. ^ "Belanova Chart History". Billboard. Archived from the original on November 18, 2021. Retrieved December 1, 2023.
  7. ^ Cusson, Michael (2022-02-15). "Mexico Songs". Billboard. Retrieved 2024-01-11.
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