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Album Review

Latino pop rapper Gerardo tried to follow the surprising success of Mo Ritmo' with Dos, and found that you can only ride a fluke so long. There was widespread audience indifference to this disc, which is understandable, since it's just the same feeble raps and limp rhymes foisted on an audience who enjoyed "Rico Suave" and "We Want The Funk," but were now weary of the formula. English, Spanish or Spanglish, teen-pop dreck still translates the same way.

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Great!

This is the best album of Gerardo there's no doubt but Where's Love in Spanish Version?

Gerardo's Best Album

I think this is Gerardo's best album. All the songs are good especially "Love", "Dejame Nacer", "Manejando", "Here Kitty Kitty" and "Ven Michu Michu"

Biography

Born: April 16, 1965 in Guayaquil, Ecuador

Genre: Latino

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A native of Ecuador, Gerardo became a chart-topping rapper/singer with the success of "Rico Suave," a boisterous single from his 1991 debut album, Mo' Ritmo. Gerardo established himself as one of the first breakthrough Latin dance performers singing in the English/Spanish mixture known as Spanglish, and he returned in 1992 with the Chuck Reed-produced Dos. After releasing 1994's Asi Es and 1995's Derrumbe, the Latin rap artist hung up his signature bandana and refashioned himself as an A&R executive...
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