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Album Review

From norteño to tejano to banda/corrido, Fonovisa Records has been a major player in the Mexican market. Mexican music is Fonovisa's niche; that's the company's bread and butter, and the company tends to sell more CDs in places that have a large Mexican population (especially Mexico and the southwestern part of the United States) than it does in places where the Latino community is primarily Cuban, Dominican, or Puerto Rican. Nonetheless, Fonovisa does venture outside the Mexican realm on occasion, and Noelia's Natural is a good example. Although Noelia is from Puerto Rico — a place that is known for salsa — Natural has more to do with Latin pop than it does with salsa and Afro-Cuban music. A few of the tracks have a salsa romantica influence — including the infectious "Enamorada" — but most of them don't. Natural is Latin pop more than anything, which means that Fonovisa wasn't going after the tropical market (meaning salsa, merengue, bachata, and cumbia) exclusively. Rather, Natural is the sort of Latin pop release that is meant to have across-the-board appeal in the Spanish-speaking world — in other words, Fonovisa is going after Latinos in general rather than catering to a specific Latin market (which is how stars like Shakira and Ricky Martin have typically been marketed). Although Noelia's slick, romantic Latin pop isn't terribly challenging, tracks like "Huella Tras Huella" and "Tan Cerca y Tan Lejos" are still very easy to like. Noelia may not be one of the more cutting-edge artists in the Latin world, but in terms of charm, quality, and craftsmanship, Natural paints an attractive picture of the Puerto Rican vocalist.

Customer Reviews


Noelia is one the greatest latin record sellers, and it is definitely because she offers what a lot latin singers lost, amazing songs no matter what. This album have very eropean-latin arrangements of Incredible quality. Noelia doesnt hava an incredible voice. But she uses diffrent shapes and colors an her voice and the way she sings is more about feeling than anything else. You can appreciate this on tracks like "Que poco Sabes" and "Ya no eres el mismo". Amazing pop Latin album to have in your collection.

Bad Apple

I had high expectations from Noelia but the lyrics and melody proved to be predictable and stale. Her vocal abilities are wasted on these typical loves songs.I hope her next album is better.

noelia es realmente mal

su primer cd fue la bomba pero ahora esta mas envuelta en inventar escandalos q en producir discos de buena calidad y prueba d ello es la decadencia musical q hay en cada cd. Cada nuevo cd es peor q el anterior


Formed: San Juan, Puerto Rico

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Talented Puerto Rican pop singer Noelia is an RIAA Gold Album certified artist and a Latin Billboard Award winner. She was captivated by music at a very young age, mostly influenced by her mother, the singer and actress Yolandita Monge, who became a Latin American celebrity. The artist's debut album, Noelia, was released in February of 1999, and her song "Tú" climbed Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart. By the end of 2000, Noelia issued her second album, Golpeando Fuerte, and the single "Ni una Lágrima...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Latin Pop, Music, Latino
  • Released: Feb 25, 2003

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