Border Girl is Paulina Rubio’s sixth studio album as well as her English-language debut album. After the blockbuster success of the album Paulina, Universal decides to launch Paulina’s career in the English-language market. For the production of this album, Paulina collaborated with producers and songwriters Cheryl Yie, Gen Rubin, Calanit Ledani, Daryl Zero, Jeeve, Kevin Colbert, Richard Marx, Brett James, Troy Verges, Jodi Marr, Rodolfo Castillo, Michelle Bell, Desmond Child, and once again with Estéfano and Christian Walden since some of the songs from her previous album Paulina were adapted to English for this album. Border Girl spawned five singles, giving Paulina a number one hit on Spanish radio: “Baila Casanova”. Also, her first English-language single “Don’t Say Godbye” is still her most well-known song in Shakespeare’s language and it even saw a physical release in the United Kingdom. The Spanish versions of the album’s singles entered the Top 10 of Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs chart. Also, Border Girl was number one in sales in Mexico and debuted at the 11th postion on the Billboard 200 chart which documents the highest selling albums in the U.S. With this album, Paulina is introduced to the rest of the world and visits countries such as the United Kingdom and Japan to promote the album. Her music is heard in Canada, Germany, Greece, Ireland, New Zealand, Russia and Sweden to name a few countries.