Can another album do them any more justice as one of the most solid Latin Urban dous? YES....this album goes above and beyond unlike any other Latin Urban/Reggaeton Album. When going into a Wisin & Yandel album, which includes Pal Mundo, Quien Contra Mi, and Sobreviviente your going into an energy fest made for parties. Their style of rap is different because their productions are geared to pumping parties up, unlike Tego or Voltio who are Crafty Dissers, Philosphical, more about life, and past experiences. At the end of this album your going to wish their was more because their lyrics, the production of the tracks...All of it is beyond their previous productions. Considering this album was never hyped up and blown apart Like "Pal Mundo", this album deservedly needs to be blown up on radios everywhere.
The production I have to give some big Kudos to. Wisin & Yandel found the right production values they needed for their lyrics. Most of us Reggaeton heads know a good party needs, good beats. Can you Find it Here? MOST DEFINATELY....The beats need to be hypnotic, to put you in a trance to dance with your partner, and the lyrics flowing with it. I had a hard time truely trying to point out which songs have the hottest production value bcuz' the whole album is just too good. If i had to pick it they would be Tracks 1-5, 7, 9, 12-15, 18. I kno it seems like the whole album but those tracks truely are top notch, and you really have to sit and feel these tracks(or Dance). Truely Hypnotic beats on here. As far as the other tracks I didnt mention....Dont get it twisted in no way am i saying they are not good. Like I said, This album is incredible.
Lyrically, you have to admit these guys are real crafty and ingenious. In a previous review i mentioned, for you to appreciate reggaeton you must listen to the Lyrics to understand the message......to get into that intranced mindset. Lyrically, Im going to mention the tracks that stand out:
1.Intro-Here they are making claim of their dominance in Reggaeton, and Wisin truely murders this like no other. Doesnt mention anyone in specific but just a general stance.
2.Ahora Es-Sure fire party jumpa', Wisin explains a shorty that they met in club in da past. Yandel with a great chorus "Anoche, Anoche sonye contigo, Sonyaba que te besaba y que te acorralabas etc......."(excuse the miss spellings in spanish dont know how to do the accent marks)
3.Pidienco Calor-Oh man Wisin and Yandel start this lyrically with such energy and end it the same way
4.Control-The one who stands out the most is the guest star, "Eve."
5.Una Noche Mas-More of a slower paced reggae, with a Love theme around it. None other then Wisin & Yandel can truely sound crazy on this, STILL.
6.Las Cosas Cambiaron-A track featuring Don Omar. Us reggaeton heads know that Wisin & Yandel + Don Omar=Hot track
7.Sexy Movimiento-Of course the hit single is good.
8.Imaginate-Wisin explains a shorty's great features and Tony Dize just adding on to the already hot chorus by Yandel
9. Te Hice Mujer-Just hear this track and you will definately dig this...Trust me
10.Como Tu No Hay Nadie-Their recent new artist Jayko adds his great voice to an incredible track. Here they say No other woman is like the one they have. Wisin starts perfectly "Hay que ser realista, Mi modelo de revista, Todo un artista, siempre anda lista etc....."
11. Vicio De Ti-"Yo tengo vicio de ti, despierta hace mel deseos, yo tengo vicio de ti, de tu ojos de tu boco de tu cuerpo" You got to here this track
12.Tu Cuerpo Me Llama-This beat is infectious and Yandel's chorus is incredible. Another Fire track to get unda your skin. I thought Wisin was a bit weak on a track like this, but Jadiel "El Leon" truely shines.
13.Porque Me tratas Asi-Very good beat. Here Wisin & Yandel talk about a females that treat them like they were nothing, "Y dia dia luchando para que todo mejore, Si a Fallado algun dia te pido que me perdones etc..."
Ladies and gentleman i highly recommend this album to the Latin Urban/reggaeton heads. A truely good album to Listen to, pump in a car, or pump in a party. Once again I truely hate this 5 star rating system, and on here I give it 5 stars. On a scale of 1-10 I'd give it a 9.4. Why you ask, because so many incredible artist are out their they could have collaborated with to make this album an incredible experience. Jayko and Tony Dize are in their record label and im so used to them showing up. Only three people were featured, Eve, Don Omar, and Franco De Vita....and it added some good effect to the tracks they were in. Some other artists could have brought this album to platinum, double or triple platinum status.
YES i think its that good...lol. Im pretty sure other tracks would appeal to different ears but there is most definately alot of tracks to catch people. Happy Listening my fellow reggaetoneros