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Soy Diferente

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Reseña de álbum

Following the '90s, a decade in which she rose to iconic status amid the contemporary salsa scene, India was relatively quiet, releasing an album every few years or so, without all the fanfare she enjoyed during the '90s. Soy Diferente is one of those post-'90s albums, and like its predecessor, Latin Songbird: Mi Alma y Corazón, it arrived after a few years of inactivity. Its modest release belies its exceptionality, however. Soy Diferente isn't just another India album. It's different — well, a little different. For the most part, the album does include the kind of slickly produced, exuberantly sung salsa that had long been India's stock-in-trade. For instance, "Solamente una Noche," one of the album's standout songs, would fit nicely on one of her many greatest-hits albums, where you likely wouldn't presume that the song was from 2006 rather than 1996. So, from that standpoint, the bulk of Soy Diferente is sure to please longtime India fans, who generally are happy to have more of the same. What makes this album a little different from past ones is the integration of reggaeton on a few songs. Perhaps it was inevitable, given reggaeton's sweeping popularity among young urban Latinos, but still, those trademark galloping beats do sound striking within the context of an India album. And they strike you right away, in the opening minute of the very first song: the "Salsatón" version of the title track. The fusion of reggaeton and salsa on this song is tastefully done, rest assured. And following this opening song, the subsequent numbers are mostly straight salsa like you'd expect, until the latter quarter of the album, that is, when India reprises the title track in a straight reggaeton version and the aforementioned "Solamente una Noche" likewise. These straight reggaeton versions don't work as well as the "Salsatón" fusion of the album opener, but they do work and they are mighty interesting to hear. If anything, you must credit India for trying something new. Lastly, it's worth singling out another highlight, "Cuando Hieres a una Mujer," which boasts a feature from reggaeton superstar Ivy Queen that kicks the song into high gear, accompanied again by those infectious galloping beats. It's moments like these that make Soy Diferente a relatively exciting latter-day India release, which is saying quite a bit, given her numerous high-quality albums over the years and her decade-plus of overall activity. Above all, it's nice to hear her still sounding vibrant and willing to try new sounds and approaches.

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Something Different!!

Soy Diferente (Salsaton) is a new twist of the now famous Reggaeton. A mix of Salsa and Reggaeton make the song "different." Bugarron is also a really good song. Same old Reggaeton but not as heavy as other songs. Overall, this album is great listening to. I would recomend it if you are in the mood of listening to something new and a mix of two genres.

India Rocks

First saw India on Selena Vive, Could not believe how incredible her voice was! I love all the top Latina Artist they are all great but, India has a rare talent and style that can't be matched by anyone! If you don't like this album go get your ears checked and see a psychologist there is something wrong with your brain. India you rock baby!!! Everyone buy this and all her music. Make her as rich as Madonna!

Cool

India does it once again. Offering a great selection of original songs. Great sound. And , OH GOD! THE BEST FEMALE VOICE IN SALSA HISTORY. Next to her, La Lupe. Thats it. Bravo, India. Keep them comming and make us dream with your voice!

Biografía

Género: Salsa y Tropical

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

India may have exhibited a range of musical abilities over the course of her long and winding career, from freestyle and house to Latin pop and reggaeton, but she'll be defined forever by her run of chart-topping New York salsa hits for the RMM label in the mid- to late '90s, when she was crowned the Princess of Salsa by none other than Celia Cruz. India began her recording career in the late '80s, just as the heyday of freestyle was fading away. She was inseparable from producer "Little" Louie Vega...
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