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Album Review

These boys have come a long way since their ultra-cute, clean-cut self-titled debut in 1991. A lot has changed. Their look is more dangerous, as they grace the cover of their 2005 record looking more like Armani-clad gangsters than the preppy pop stars of yesteryear. The clothes aren't the only thing to have changed, though. Their music is confident and gutsy, even aggressive at times. Limi-T 21's sound has gone from merengue-pop to reggaeton and all things urban. Though there's plenty of their trademark party-friendly merengue to go around, and that remains their home base, the addition of drum machines and rap flows marks a new chapter for this longtime crowd favorite. Their first and only release for Univision, Rankeao is full of change. That said, there's plenty that has stayed the same. For instance, Limi-T 21 are still a cut or two above the average for the Latin pop world. Their arrangements, playing, vocal performances, and taste for originality are of a quality that one could only expect from a group that has been recording together for nearly 15 years. For fans of the proto-boy group, their new direction offers an old favorite a much deserved and very enticing facelift. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez, Rovi

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Este CD esta RANKEAO.

Merengue con Sabor!

These guys know how to make good use of other genres, fusing orquestra Merengue with Reggaeton, hip hop... you can even taste some Latin Pop on "Para Que" and old-style Perico Ripiao on "Que Lo Bailen", keeping you waiting for that beloved dem-bow beat. As far as Merengue-ton goes, Limi-T 21 has by far done the best on this album to advance the genre to greater heights.


Genre: Música tropical

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Limi-T XXI (also seen as Limi-T 21) is a teenaged trio that became one of the most popular merengue groups of the '90s. The group is comprised of Elvin Torres, Javier Bermúdez, and Angel Ramior Matos. During the early '90s, the group released a series of albums that brought them popularity and acclaim, including two gold and one platinum records in the Latin music industry. In 1996, their popularity really began to soar as they signed to RRM/Merengazo Records in the U.S., headlined several international...
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