'Utopia' to street this fall.

Mexican teen star Belinda, who started her career in television then established herself firmly as a singer for the MTV generation, has signed a record deal with EMI Televisa.

Belinda's first album for the label will be titled "Utopia" and is set for a fall release in the United States and all of Latin America. Producers and songwriters for the set include Kara DioGuardi, Jimmy Harry, Greg Kursten and Greg Wells.

Belinda's album will also include one English language track. The singer is already making forays into the mainstream with a starring role opposite Raven-Symoné in the Disney film "The Cheetah Girls 2," which will premier on the Disney Channel on Friday, August 25.

Belinda was previously signed to BMG, which released the soundtracks to her TV soaps, "Cómplices al Rescate" and "Amigos x Siempre," as well as her self-titled, solo debut in 2004. All told, the singer has sold more two million albums worldwide.