Solo Quédate En Silencio

"Sólo Quédate En Silencio" (English: "Just Stay in Silence'") is the second single released from RBD's debut album Rebelde (2004). The second single was first meant to be "Un Poco De Tu Amor", but due to the heavy rotation of "Sólo Quédate En Silencio", it was chosen as the second single.

"Sólo Quédate En Silencio"
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Single by RBD
from the album Rebelde
Released2 December 2004
GenreLatin pop, soft rock
Songwriter(s)Dennis A. Aragonés Cordero
Producer(s)Armando Ávila, Carlos Lara, Max di Carlo, Pedro Damián, (executive)
RBD singles chronology
"Sólo Quédate En Silencio"

Chart performanceEdit

The song became RBD's first successful single internationally, charting in the U.S. The song peaked at number two in Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks, as well as number twenty-three (#23) on the U.S. Hot Ringtones chart and number one in Hot Latin Pop Airplay chart.

The Brazilian version of the song peaked at number 2 in Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks.[1]

It received good reviews by critics and gave RBD mainstream radio airplay in the U.S. It was also used to promote the first season of their soap opera Rebelde.

An English version of the song was also recorded in 2006. The song is called "Keep It Down Low" and appears on RBD's first English studio album, Rebels.

The song has a version in Portuguese too, called "Fique Em Silêncio" (Get In Silence) and was a single on Brazil. This makes the song the only from RBD, along with "Sálvame", "Tenerte Y Quererte", "Nuestro Amor" and "Dame" to have three versions: in Spanish, English and Portuguese.

In November 2008, "Sólo Quédate En Silencio" promotes in the Latin-American countries of Argentina and Uruguay, besides Equatorial Guinea, in Africa.

Music videoEdit

The video was the second RBD video directed by Pedro Damián. Similar to "Rebelde," it was shot in Desierto de los Leones in Mexico. While the band was shooting the music video for "Rebelde," they shot some takes of "Sólo Quédate en Silencio" in addition.

The video features the band performing on a famous avenue in Mexico City, extra footage from their radio station concerts, and different scenes of them in various parts of Mexico performing.

Year: 2004.
Director: Pedro Damián.
Place: Desierto De Los Leones (Mexico).


Sólo Quédate En Silencio (Versions)
1.Original Version
2.Portuguese Version ("Fique Em Silêncio")
3.Hollywood Version (Acoustic)
4.English Version ("Keep It Down Low")
5.Wal*Mart Soundcheck Version
6.Official Remix Version

Track listingsEdit

Brazilian promotional single (Fique Em Silêncio / Salva-me)

  1. Fique Em Silêncio - 03:37
  2. Salva-me - 03:43

American 2004 single

  1. Sólo Quédate En Silencio - 03:37
  2. Sólo Quédate En Silencio (Edited Remix) - 03:43

International single

  1. Sólo Quédate En Silencio
  2. Fique Em Silêncio
  3. Keep It Down Low

(this single was released along with Rebels (album) in some countries and internet) All tracks are 3:37.

Release historyEdit

Region Date Version
Mexico December 2004 (2004-12) Spanish
United States January 2005 (2005-01)
Worldwide October 2005 (2005-10) Portuguese


Year Ceremony Award Result
2005 Premios Juventud Mi Balada Favorita Won
2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards Latin Pop Airplay Song of the Year - New Artist Nominated
2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards Latin Pop Airplay Song of the Year - Duo or Group Won
2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards Latin Ringtone of the Year Nominated


Chart (2005)-(2009) Peak
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay 1
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs 2

1: as "Fique em Silêncio", a Brazilian version of the song.