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Nuevas Metas

La Factoria

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La Factoria's Nuevas Metas

Fresh out of Panama comes, La Factoria. this is one of Panama's artists who are acutally known in the u.s. this is La Factoria's debute album. the producers include Los Magnificos, Eddy Lover and La Factoria (themselves). the featured guest include Eddy Lover. Here it is: Perdóname 5/5 - this is La Factoria's first single off the album and is their BEST song to-date. the whole track is just off da chain. the lyricall message, the production, the vocals of Eddy Lover which are beast and the video were just phenomal. Eddy Lover puts on a chours verse which is very memerable. Como Me Duele 4.5/5 - the lyrciall message of the song is somethin that everyone can relate to. "How Much it Hurts" is what it means in English. La Factoria acutally uses a vocader which gives the track a lil bit more flavor into the song. Dale 4/5 - the proudciton of the song was made to dance to which it does. the verses she puts on is great also but the chrous is the part that "hooks" you on to the song. this song was inspired by Panama becuase in the song she rapps about how great Panama is and what a wondaful place it is. La Soledad 3.5/5 - this song has a great beat and the production was just off da chain. but the vocals of this song sounds like she had helium in her head for the whole entire song. you have to change the notes when you sing a song, if not it just sounds ridicuous. Dejame Vivir 3/5 - this has an island lil twist to make it sound more "up-beat" and make you want to clap your hands. the proudciton was okay but the whole song sounds like a mess. La Pagaras 2.5/5 - again, La Factoria uses the vocader which gives the song a lil bit more flavor of who she is but if she cant hit the right note AND have the vocader, it just sounds horrible. dont get me wrong, the proudciton of this track was great just the the vocals were medicore. Infieles 3/5 - this song sound like any other reggaeton sound with the same beat and everyone knows that reggeaton will always be the best, but you have to make somethin fresh for it to be hit or a wow. No Pidas Perdón 3.5/5 - the same reggaeton beat but with a lil twist. theres people acutally in the background for once. La Factoria drops some mad rhymes and the whole track just sounds some much better when you have those lil extra somethins. Moriré 2/5 - the song takin a lil twist my puttin a lil mellow production and makin the beat slower. and La Factoria doesnt make any effort to sing which is a big dissapointment on her half. Déjalo 4.5/5 - this is what i'm talkin about. you can have a slow, mellow beat but if you have a proudciton like that, its simply BEAST. all of her verses were phenomal. and the lyrciall message is givin credit for. La Noche 3.5/5 - the track is made for dancin, as you can hear for the up-beat tempo. the track was decent overall just that my only concern is that La Factoria can never drop solid verses on a fast tempoed track. what a shame. Como Me Duele (Remix) 4/5 - the remix is the EXACT same thing just that DJ Rank is in it. DJ Rank did not put a good show. he didnt drop any solid rappin verses. the track is a great just that why make a remix if its not goin to be any good. Top 5: 5. Como Me Duele (Remix) 4. Dale 3. Como Me Duele 2. Déjalo 1. Perdóname A Must Download: 1. Perdóname

The Album

The entire album is very good.

very nice songs

very nice I recomended for anyone


Género: Latina urbana

Años de actividad: '00s

Panamanian R&B/hip-hop group La Factoria was created in 2000 by producer Pablo Maestre, better known as DJ Pablito. The group's debut disc was released in that year and entitled DJ Pablito Presenta La Factoria. Heavy radio support generated fan interest throughout the Spanish-speaking world, from Mexico to Colombia, Venezuela, their home nation of Panama, and other Caribbean nations such as Curazao and Aruba. The group's sophomore effort, Sin Obstaculos, hit the market in 2004, this time propelling...
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