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EDITORS’ NOTES

Starting with his breakout stint in Menudo, Ricky Martin was one of the bright lights of Latin pop. But 1998’s Vuelve shot him into the stratosphere, and with good reason: Bon-bon shakers like the brassy “Lola, Lola” and weepy ballads like “Perdído Sin Tí” showcase Martin’s overwhelming charisma and robust voice. Standouts like the passionate title track and the galloping World Cup anthem “La Copa de la Vída” became Latin-pop standards almost instantly and cemented Martin’s place in the constellation of Latin greats.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Starting with his breakout stint in Menudo, Ricky Martin was one of the bright lights of Latin pop. But 1998’s Vuelve shot him into the stratosphere, and with good reason: Bon-bon shakers like the brassy “Lola, Lola” and weepy ballads like “Perdído Sin Tí” showcase Martin’s overwhelming charisma and robust voice. Standouts like the passionate title track and the galloping World Cup anthem “La Copa de la Vída” became Latin-pop standards almost instantly and cemented Martin’s place in the constellation of Latin greats.

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