Since her tragic death in 1995, Selena Quintanilla continues to live on through her music and indomitable spirit. According to TIME magazine, Selena "was the embodiment of young, smart, hip Mexican-American youth...a Madonna without the controversy." Dubbed by her fans as the "Queen of Tejano" many of Selena's hits are still rotated heavily on radio stations across the world. And the posthumous release of the album Dreaming Of You in 1995 gave a clear indication that Selena was on her way to becoming a star in the English market as well. The album became the first Tejano album to reach No. 1 in America and was double platinum by the end of the year. Selena's final studio album features twelve timeless cross cultural anthems (6 Spanish and 6 English) including "Como La Flor," "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom," "Amor Prohibido," "I Could Fall in Love," "Missing My Baby" and "Dreaming of You" among others.