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Album Review

Though María José is a veteran of the recording industry, having logged better than a dozen years recording and touring, fans will almost certainly not recognize her. The Kabah veteran's previous repertoire was aimed at the young, or at least the young at heart. The Mexican pop star takes a serious step up in sophistication, intensity, and heat with her 2007 solo debut, María José, released by Warner Latina. Hitmaker Aureo Baqueiro (veteran of pop success stories like Kalimba and Ha*Ash) produced the record and wrote the majority of the material. His influence is unmistakable. The disc's gutsy, urban-meets-rock sound is reminiscent of U.S. artists like Pink and Gwen Stefani. María José's vocal performance is significantly more sophisticated than any of her previous work. That said, she definitely falls into the category of pop princess rather than dance club diva. The album's stylistic diversity hints at Warner's goal of cross-market domination. Dancehall, house, R&B, and rock all make their appearances in due time. The disc's lead single, "¿Quién Eres Tú?," which features stateside R&B up-and-comer Trey Songz, steadily climbed airplay charts all the way to Mexican Pop's Top 40. Though the writing is engaging throughout, listener's ears may tire after a few listens. There's little to engage with past the surface level. Albeit unexceptional, María José is a fun disc. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Quien Eres Tu

Okay so usually I pass up the free songs iTunes is offering, but today I found myself bored with the music I already have and thought, "Hell, why not see if iTunes has anything new." So I'm browsing the site, and I see this. Perhaps it was the odd way that seem to combine her first and last name together that sparked my interest in it or maybe I was just curious to see if Trey Songz spoke Spanish or something. Whatever the case, I downloaded the song... And I was amazed. o.o It's catchy as hell, even despite the fact that I don't understand what's being said exactly. Hell, I'm already a fan. If I can ever bring myself to get this song off of repeat, I might just end up buying the whole album.

"Quien eres tu" esta de addicion"

La cancion "Quien eres tu" esta buenisima. Ya era hora que alguien de Kabah sacara algo. Y la cancion con Plastilina Mosh estupenda.


He esperado este cd desde que ella salio en OtroRollo.... y me da gusto k ya este aqui en Itunes... mi cancion favorita es Detras de Tus Palabras. Si es cierto k ella recuerda al grupo, pero hay k tambien respetar el que ahora esta ella sola y no hacer comparaciones.!! Buen trabajo... en si, el cd esta bien curada!


Born: January 12, 1976 in Mexico City, Mexico

Genre: Pop Latino

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

María José is a Mexican pop singer who was a member of the group Kabah prior to making her eponymous solo album debut in 2007 and topping the charts a couple years later with her smash hit "No Soy una Señora." Born María José Loyola on January 12, 1976, and based in Mexico City, Mexico, she began her recording career as a member of the Latin pop group Kabah. Founded in 1992, the sextet made its eponymous album debut in 1994 with Kabah, followed by the international breakthrough follow-up, La Calle...
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