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Album Review

At first, Casa de Leones' claim to be the puertorriqueño reggaeton equivalent to the Wu-Tang Clan may seem boastful or reaching. However, one listen to the group's 2007 debut disc Casa de Leones will go pretty far towards substantiating that claim. A coming together of reggaeton grassroots heroes Jowell & Randy (hitmakers responsible for "Agressivo"), Maximan (veteran of La Calle), Guelo Star (of "Reggaeton Sex" and "Sandungeo 2") and J-King, Casa de Leones was assembled by producer Elias de León. De León's experience and creativity is clear, as it's his maturity as a producer that sets the Casa de Leones project apart. Dripping with folkloric latino influence, grooves fueled by congas, kata and cuatro rather than the typical 808 drum machine and cheap-sounding synth melodies, de León seems to know not only the musical future, but the past as well. In a genre with one groove and maybe two basslines, Casa de Leones is a house of songwriters, with an original idea and sound for each track. From the horn and conga driven bomba/salsa "Pa' Mi Ponce" to the dancehall/reggaeton single "No Te Veo" to the straight-up reggae "Que Paso Yal," Casa de Leones offers a stylistic surprise around every corner. Thanks to brilliant lyrical writing and innovative, next-generation production, Casa de Leones may have created the most listenable reggaeton album to date. Landing top slots in several Latin categories, the Billboard charts seem to agree. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez, Rovi

Customer Reviews


Great album... but lets get some things straight... The DUO is Jowell y Randy. This new group is called "Los Leones", which consists of Jowell y Randy, Guelo Star, J-King, and Maximan. This group is under the record label Black Lion which is a part of White Lion and Atlantic Records. Alot think that Jowell y Randy are not coming out with the album they are constantly advertising, Los Mas Sueltos, but don't get it twisted... that album WILL be coming out. Hope this helps.

This is the greatest album of '07

Every single song in here is sick. This is the 1st time i hear Maximan and J-King, they are pretty good. If you dont wanna buy the 1st disc b/c they are in it than buy the second disc, its all Jowell y Randy and thats the main attraction, there songs are off the hook. They are the best duo in reggaeton and they wont let u down.

Great Album

All I had to see was Jowell y Randy, Guelo Star, and the Intro Song. Great album all around, but if you're looking for a few to start out with- Trambo, Shorty, Intro-Pa Mi Ponce (Feat. Arcangel, Voltio), Ese Amor, A Veces Pienso, No Te Veo.


Genre: Urbano latino

Years Active: '00s

Under the helm of producer Oscar de Leon, established reggaeton duo Jowell & Randy joined forces with fellow Puerto Ricans Guelo Star, Maximan, and J-King to form the group Casa de Leones. Their debut single, "No Te Veo," was an immediate hit, setting the stage for Casa...
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