16 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wisin made his name slinging hardcore rhymes as one of reggaetón’s first breakout MCs in the early 2000s, but his solo jams have grown sleeker with time, embracing the thrills of tropical pop and more. Whether the Puerto Rican rapper’s bars are glitzy or grimy, Victory constantly pulses to dance-inspired hooks: There are wild techno riffs on “Muévelo,” endless trap-style drops ripping through “Contra la Pared,” and even a Timbaland-featuring concoction of soca and house on “Move Your Body.” Victory is banging proof that reggaetón’s originators can explore vivid new beats without shedding their old-school values.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Wisin made his name slinging hardcore rhymes as one of reggaetón’s first breakout MCs in the early 2000s, but his solo jams have grown sleeker with time, embracing the thrills of tropical pop and more. Whether the Puerto Rican rapper’s bars are glitzy or grimy, Victory constantly pulses to dance-inspired hooks: There are wild techno riffs on “Muévelo,” endless trap-style drops ripping through “Contra la Pared,” and even a Timbaland-featuring concoction of soca and house on “Move Your Body.” Victory is banging proof that reggaetón’s originators can explore vivid new beats without shedding their old-school values.

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