Roto el Corazón was my first listen, and it was a great first listen because it prepares the rest of the album pretty well. The single has some awkward moments, but it also carries that slightly progressive flow that makes you wanna shake.
The other publicly available single is Sólo un Sueño which might be worth checking out if you're curious about the variety. If you dig it, you might wanna find the album stream. I found it on Spotify but I'm sure it's elsewhere on the internet.
What I ended up loving about the album is that there's songs on there that are way better than Roto el Corazón. The Afro-percussion is of quality, the Latin influences are varied and strong, where it starts to lose me is with the lyrics, but that's mostly because I understand Spanish and I see how different these lyrics can be when compared to the genres they're bringing back to life.
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