For the first time in his career, he included a song from his own inspiration: "Entre tus brazos".
The album contains mostly romantic balladas with energetic Latin rhythms.
In 1993, he performed with his father in a concert at the Palacio de los Deportes, and he continued for a season at the Teatro Blanquita in Mexico City.
The same year Fernández released the successful Piel De Niña, directed by Pedro Ramires.
That's why it's titled "A Corazón Abierto" ("In Open Heart"). ", "Qué lastima", "Me dediqué a perderte" and the smash hit "Canta corazón".
In 2005, Alejandro released México - Madrid: En Directo Y Sin Escalas (Mexico – Madrid: Nonstop), featuring 13 tracks including one new song.
That same year he recorded "Puedes llegar", theme song for the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, with singers Gloria Estefan, Jon Secada and Ricky Martin among others.
In 1997, he recorded the album Me Estoy Enamorando, produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr.
The music of the album is a fusion of bolero, romantic ballad, orchestral arrangements and a touch of Mexican mariachi that became popular in the Latin music sector. market, lasting seven weeks at the top of Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.
"Si Tú Supieras" was the most outstanding hit of that production, and it was chosen as the theme of the hit soap opera of the time, "Maria Isabel". He became the first Latin singer to hold first place with three hits: "Si tu supieras" was followed by "En El Jardín" (with Gloria Estefan) and "No Sé Olvidar".
In 2004, he played the lead role in Zapata: El sueño del héroe, a movie about the Mexican revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata by filmmaker Alfonso Arau.
That same year, A Corazón Abierto reunited Alejandro with Grammy-winning producer and songwriter Kike Santander, who penned his greatest hits from Me Estoy Enamorando.
He originally specialized in traditional, earthy forms of Mexican folk music, such as mariachi and ranchera, until he branched out into pop music with great success.