Si Te Vas (Pedro Fernández song)

Si Te Vas ("If You Go") is a song written and performed by Mexican singer-songwriter Pedro Fernández. The song was released in 1995 as the second single from his album Mi Forma De Sentir (1994).[1] The song was recognized by Broadcast Music, Inc. as one of the award winnings at the 1997 BMI Latin Awards.[2]

"Si Te Vas"
Single by Pedro Fernández
from the album Mi Forma De Sentir
LabelPolyGram Latino
Songwriter(s)Pedro Fernández
Producer(s)Mariana Somonte
Pedro Fernández singles chronology
"Mi Forma de Sentir"
"Si Te Vas"

Grupo Cañaveral with Pedro Fernández duet versionEdit

In September 2016 Pedro Fernández collaborated with Grupo Cañaveral for their upcoming 20-year anniversary album. The recording took place at the well-known Ragga Primitive Freedom bar in Plaza Antara, in Polanco, where the group led by Humberto and Emir Pabón, accompanied by Pedro Fernández recorded the song "Si Te Vas", authored by the Pedro and now with a Cumbia twist. Full story and performance link in referenced article.[3]

The album was released 27 January 2017 and is titled "Fiesta Total" by Grupo Cañaveral De Humberto Pabon and features the latest version of Si Te Vas by Pedro Fernández[4]

Weekly chartsEdit

Chart (1994) Position
US Hot Latin Songs (Billboard)[5] 20

Marc Anthony versionEdit

"Si Te Vas"
Single by Marc Anthony
from the album Contra la Corriente
Songwriter(s)Pedro Fernández
Producer(s)Ángel "Cucco" Peña
Marc Anthony singles chronology
"Me Voy a Regalar"
"Si Te Vas"
"No Me Conoces"

In 1997, American singer Marc Anthony covered "Si Te Vas" on his third studio album Contra la Corriente.[6] The song became his ninth number-one song on the Latin Tropical Airplay chart. Fernández received another BMI Latin Award in 1999 for Anthony's version of the song.[7]


See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Mi Forma De Sentir – Pedro Fernández". AllMusic. Retrieved 15 August 2016.
  2. ^ "Los Premios Latino de BMI". Billboard: 85. 13 September 1997. Retrieved 29 June 2015.
  3. ^
  4. ^ Si Te Vas (feat. Pedro Fernández)
  5. ^ "Pedro Fernández Chart History (Hot Latin Songs)". Billboard.
  6. ^ "Contra la Corriente – Marc Anthony". AllMusic.
  7. ^ "Los Premios Latinos de BMI Latin 1999". Billboard. 111 (26): 33. 26 June 1999. Retrieved 29 June 2015.
  8. ^ "Marc Anthony Chart History (Hot Latin Songs)". Billboard.
  9. ^ "Marc Anthony Chart History (Tropical Airplay)". Billboard.
  10. ^ a b Lannert, John (28 December 1998). "The Year in Music". Billboard. 110 (52): YE-28. Retrieved 20 March 2016.