14 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With his smooth, dynamic voice soaring over tropical grooves, Silvestre Dangond transforms the fierce rhythms of vallenato into a Latin pop dance-off. Whether he’s pouring out heartbreak poetry against the reggaeton bounce of “Es Mentira” or belting out sensual confessions over the accordion-driven club jam “Ella,” the Colombian crooner fills Gente Valiente with joy. Fifteen years into his career, he knows how to deliver romantic power ballads like “Somos Culpables” or the slinky bachata of “Lo Que a Mí Me Gusta” with irresistible verve.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With his smooth, dynamic voice soaring over tropical grooves, Silvestre Dangond transforms the fierce rhythms of vallenato into a Latin pop dance-off. Whether he’s pouring out heartbreak poetry against the reggaeton bounce of “Es Mentira” or belting out sensual confessions over the accordion-driven club jam “Ella,” the Colombian crooner fills Gente Valiente with joy. Fifteen years into his career, he knows how to deliver romantic power ballads like “Somos Culpables” or the slinky bachata of “Lo Que a Mí Me Gusta” with irresistible verve.

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