12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On the breezy title track, Juanes sings about taking a normal day and making it intense. That's a good match for what he does musically, making acoustic-based Latin pop that's sunny on the surface but deep on the inside. The funk is lively and his voice is smooth on "Mala Gente," but the lyrics tell off an evil ex-lover. He sings of obsessive love with Nelly Furtado on the slow and moody "Fotografía," and there's more obsession on the upbeat reggae of "La Única."

EDITORS’ NOTES

On the breezy title track, Juanes sings about taking a normal day and making it intense. That's a good match for what he does musically, making acoustic-based Latin pop that's sunny on the surface but deep on the inside. The funk is lively and his voice is smooth on "Mala Gente," but the lyrics tell off an evil ex-lover. He sings of obsessive love with Nelly Furtado on the slow and moody "Fotografía," and there's more obsession on the upbeat reggae of "La Única."

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