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Album Review

On MTO²: New Generation, the former king of reggaeton sounds more "former" than ever before, not because of the quality of the music but because of the wide variety of genres explored on this diverse set. Of course, this is the second entry in Omar's Meet the Orphans series, so plenty of protégés and some guests help to broaden the horizons, but the Don is versatile before any new blood shows up, offering a Shakira-big carnival during the opening "Hasta Que Salga el Sol" before going full Latin pop on "Zumba," the amiable theme song for the exercise craze of the same name. The biggest surprise might be the floor-filling throwback "FML" (with rapper MIMS), which channels the spirits of Lords of Acid, Nortec, and LMFAO for an over the top and unquotable — leave the kids at home — diva theme. Maybe it's the influence of the Moombahton genre, but reggaeton gets its BPMs slowed for the more traditional highlight "Asi Es Que Es," which features stern rapper Syko in one of his many angry and exciting MTO² appearances. Can't pigeonhole this one, and while the reggaeton purist might consider this Omar going off the rails, you can't blame him for thinking on a global, Wyclef, or Pitbull level, at least not when he pulls it off so well and sounds so entirely inspired while doing it.

Customer Reviews

Que mediocre ...

Es un disco variado pero no son buenas canciones ... Solo hay unas 3 que vale la pena escuchar ... Se quedo muy por debajo de las expectativas


Este álbum es tan y tan bueno. COMPRALO!
EL REY!!!! Don Omar lo mato!!!! WEPAAAAA!!!


So I hardly EVER buy a full album from Latino artists these days because I feel like the quality has gone down, BUT what Don Omar is doing these days is unbelieveable. I feel like he is bringing music back from its roots and somehow combining it with todays music in the Latin Music World. Danza Kuduro was just the beginning along with Taboo beacuse this new album is simply the best as of right now this year in the Latin genre. Seriously this is worth your money if you love Latino/Caribbean/Reggaton music! Thank you Don Omar for keeping our music (I'm Costa Rican) real!


Born: February 10, 1978 in Villa Palmeras, Puerto Rico

Genre: Latin Urban

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

Don Omar became one of reggaeton's first international superstars, thanks to his early-2000s work with Luny Tunes, but even more so to "Reggaeton Latino," his 2005 anthem that became one of the style's first genuine crossover hits. Born William Omar Landrón on February 10, 1978, in Villa Palmeras, Puerto Rico, Omar involved himself in the church at a young age. He became a preacher; in fact, and it was in this role that he began honing his performance ability as well as his deep insight into the...
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