Nandito Ako

Nandito Ako (lit. I Am Here) is a 1997 compilation album by Mexican singer Thalía. The original song was sung by Ogie Alcasid. It was exclusively released in the Philippines, where she became a major superstar because of her telenovela Marimar.

Nandito Ako went multi-diamond in Philippines for sales exceeding one million copies. The album, composed of ten tracks, includes her first single "Nandito Ako" which was recorded after her major concert in the Philippines.

It also features the Tagalog version of "María la del Barrio", "El Venao" and "Juana" and the English versions of "Quiero Hacerte El Amor" and "Gracias A Dios". She also made her own versions of the songs "Tell Me" (originally performed by Joey Albert) and "Hey, It's Me" (originally by Jamie Rivera).

The album was sung half in English and half in Tagalog. Ricky R. Ilacad is its executive producer. Due to Thalía's success in the Philippines, this album was released in 1997 in that country and other Asian countries, under the label OctoArts EMI. This was the first time Thalía sang in English and Tagalog.

Ten years later, it was re-released in the Philippines with the inclusion of one of her signature songs "Marimar".

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