13 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Iglesias has always straddled his twin cultures, becoming one of the world’s biggest Latin artists while conquering American pop. His ninth album homed in on a specific part of his story—the bass culture of his adopted hometown, Miami. Euphoria channels the EDM energy of the city’s club culture and brings enough guests to fill a dance floor: Pitbull starts fires on “I Like It,” Nicole Scherzinger whispers sweet nothings on “Heartbeat.” But its softer second half sees the wistful romancer back in bilingual balladeering form.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Iglesias has always straddled his twin cultures, becoming one of the world’s biggest Latin artists while conquering American pop. His ninth album homed in on a specific part of his story—the bass culture of his adopted hometown, Miami. Euphoria channels the EDM energy of the city’s club culture and brings enough guests to fill a dance floor: Pitbull starts fires on “I Like It,” Nicole Scherzinger whispers sweet nothings on “Heartbeat.” But its softer second half sees the wistful romancer back in bilingual balladeering form.

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