14 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Any new album from Laura Pausini guarantees tear-stained piano ballads loaded with devastating romantic drama ("Dos ventanas") and guitar-driven anthems of loss that send her voice soaring ("Algo que te debo"). But along with those signature moves, Hazte sentir also finds the Italian diva (singing here in Spanish) adding new musical colors to her palette of pop heartbreak. There are bittersweet jams built from bright tropical beats ("Nuevo"), sweeping EDM epics ready for any beachside Ibiza club ("ESTÁ.ALLÁ"), and nostalgic tributes to the synth-streaked longing of '80s pop ("Fantástico").

EDITORS’ NOTES

Any new album from Laura Pausini guarantees tear-stained piano ballads loaded with devastating romantic drama ("Dos ventanas") and guitar-driven anthems of loss that send her voice soaring ("Algo que te debo"). But along with those signature moves, Hazte sentir also finds the Italian diva (singing here in Spanish) adding new musical colors to her palette of pop heartbreak. There are bittersweet jams built from bright tropical beats ("Nuevo"), sweeping EDM epics ready for any beachside Ibiza club ("ESTÁ.ALLÁ"), and nostalgic tributes to the synth-streaked longing of '80s pop ("Fantástico").

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