KRZY-FM (105.9 FM, "Super Estrella 105.9") is a Spanish Top 40 radio station programmed by satellite, serving the Albuquerque, New Mexico, area. It is owned by Entravision which also owns local television stations KLUZ a Univision affiliate and KTFQ a Telefutura affiliate. It is licensed to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The 105.9 frequency was previously an Regional Mexican
format station called "Radio Tricolor 105.9". Prior to that it was a Spanish Adult Contemporary format called "Radio Romantica
" from 1996-2002. In the 1980s it was a top 40
station called "Q 106" as KNMQ-FM. In 1990 it changed to a country music
format as KOLT-FM "Kolt 106". It briefly shifted to a classic country
format in 1996 called "Krazy 105.9" with the present day call letters until the Fall of that year when the station was sold to Spanish language broadcaster EXCL Communications
which Entravision took over in 2000.