13 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ricky Martin’s first Spanish-language album since 1998’s massive Vuelve salutes the Puerto Rican crooner’s roots while flaunting his pop savvy. The serpentine verses of “Jaleo” open up into a booming chorus; “Juramento” frames Martin’s voice in runaway drums and insistent strings. The ballads go all in, too: “Nadie Más Que Tú,” which Martin co-wrote, is awash in lush orchestration and gentle guitars; “Si Tú Te Vas,” penned by Colombian superstar Juanes, combines the breezy rhythms of mid-’00s soft pop with a soaring vocal.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ricky Martin’s first Spanish-language album since 1998’s massive Vuelve salutes the Puerto Rican crooner’s roots while flaunting his pop savvy. The serpentine verses of “Jaleo” open up into a booming chorus; “Juramento” frames Martin’s voice in runaway drums and insistent strings. The ballads go all in, too: “Nadie Más Que Tú,” which Martin co-wrote, is awash in lush orchestration and gentle guitars; “Si Tú Te Vas,” penned by Colombian superstar Juanes, combines the breezy rhythms of mid-’00s soft pop with a soaring vocal.

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