After a 1983 self-titled LP, she returned a year later with Karma Kamaleon, highlighted by a Spanish rendition of the Culture Club
hit; in 1985, Yuri starred in the film Canta Chamo, releasing the album Un Corazon Herido the following year. After 1987's Aire, she recorded a duet with Don Johnson
on "A Better Place/Un Lugar Mejor." After moving from EMI
to Sony, she issued the LP Isla del Sol. Yuri's next LP, Suigeneris, did not appear until 1990; Soy Libre followed in 1991, and after 1993's Nueva Era she began hosting a TV variety series, No Te Muevas. Another series, Volver a Empezar, soon followed, as did the 1995 LP Espejos del Alma. Subsequent projects included the autobiographical 1997 film Yuri, Mi Verdadera Historia, the 1998 gospel album Huellas, and 2001's Que Tu Fe Nunca Muera.
Yuri made a great comeback in the mid-2000s, recording a popular duets album with Mijares
titled Acompáñame (2006), a live album and video titled Vive la Historia (2007), and a studio album, Mi Hijita Linda (2008).
Inusual, a contemporary dance-pop album, followed in 2010, and performed well, charting for almost 20 weeks in Mexico. Mi Tributo al Festival, released in late 2011, hit number one there and spent nearly half of 2012 on the charts; it also led to a sequel, Mi Tributo al Festival II. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi