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Drama Queen

Ivy Queen

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Album Review

Going futuristic seems to be reggaeton’s thing in 2010, but minus the usual synths and slickness, Ivy Queen’s Drama Queen keeps all its sci-fi elements on its cover artwork. Otherwise, this is a standard issue effort from "La Reina del Reggaeton," with expected guest shots from folks like De la Ghetto and Wisin y Yandel. The beats are familiar as reggaeton drum machines meet R&B keyboards and the Queen herself is brassy as ever, commanding attention on every track with a stern yet sexy delivery. That said, she's hardly stuck in a rut, as it’s all executed very well — you can check the furious "La Vida Es Asi" or the uplifting “Amor Puro” for instant proof. The competition may stumble by attempting to re-create the genre with hi-tech theatrics, but here the Queen keeps her reggaeton strain strong by sticking with the original formula.

Customer Reviews

Love it!

I got into Ivy Queen because I am learning spanish. This album has a good balance of Reggaeton, RNB rhythm, and funk. I like this as much as I liked the first album I heard from her which was Sentimiento.

'Ta Bueno!!

"Wow", that was my initial reaction when I first finished listening to this entire album. Ivy Queen has really outdone herself with this one. This album contains many genres that vary from Reggaeton to Hip-Hop to Bachata to Pop. I like how the Reggaeton tracks on this album actually sound like the kind of Reggaeton we used to hear around 2004-2007. She even has great collaborations with artists like De La Ghetto, Franco "El Gorila", Jadiel, and even "El Duo de La Historia", Wisin & Yandel. The tracks I recommend from this album are "Aya Aya", "De La Calle" feat. De La Ghetto, "Jungle" feat. Franco "El Gorila", "Acércate" feat. Wisin & Yandel, and "La Vida Es Así". I give this album a full 5 star rating. Great job, Ivy Queen. I expect to hear more hits from you in the near future.


Thiz album waz str8 up fantastico it waz muy bien lol I hardly even knw Spanish n I still luved u shuld most deffenetly buy thiz album


Born: March 4, 1972 in Afiasco, Puerto Rico

Genre: Latin Urban

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Ivy Queen, the undisputed "Queen of Reggaeton," was born Martha Ivelisse Pesante on March 4, 1972, in Afiasco, Puerto Rico. She moved with her parents to New York as a child, but the family relocated back to Afiasco while Martha was a teenager, and she finished her public education in Puerto Rico, becoming more and more fascinated and involved with the active underground world of Latin hip-hop. She moved to San Juan at the age of 18, where she met rapper and producer DJ Negro, who helped her earn...
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