Derrumbe is the fourth album by Latin rap artist Gerardo. It was released in 1995 (see 1995 in music) on EMI Records.
Once again Gerardo made an album composed entirely of lyrics in Spanish. The album was less influenced by Latin music than his previous works, adding more elements of pop-rap and dance-pop music. The album garnered no hits, but videos for the title track and "Qué es lo que pasa aquí" were filmed; the former featured the English version of the track and the latter prominently features a sample of Pérez Prado's "Qué Rico el Mambo", more commonly known as "Mambo Jambo".
This would be Gerardo's last album in six years, until 2001's Fame, Sex y Dinero.