Saldívar soon became a close friend to Selena and the family; she was trusted and became the acting president of the fan club in 1991.
"Buenos Amigos" peaked at number one on the US Billboard Top Latin Songs chart, giving Selena her first number one single.
The album included previously released tracks that were sung live and three studio recordings; "No Debes Jugar", "La Llamada", and "Tú Robaste Mi Corazón" — a duet with Tejano musician Emilio Navaira.
The tracks "No Debes Jugar" and "La Llamada" peaked within the top five on the US Billboard Top Latin Songs chart.
According to Patoski, Selena "played her cards right" during the conference and won over the Mexican media after newspapers hailed her as "an artist of the people".
Saldívar had the idea after she had attended one of Selena's concerts. approved Saldívar's request; he believed the fan club would bring more exposure for the band.On the morning of April 2, 1992, Selena and Pérez decided to elope, believing Quintanilla, Jr. Within hours of their marriage, the media announced the couple's elopement. expressed how he feared Pérez could be a machista (Spanish for a male chauvinist), who would force Selena to end her career and music goals, a move that prevented Quintanilla, Jr.