16 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

With so many breakout urbano artists coming by way of Colombia and Puerto Rico, talent from other parts of Latin America often seems unfairly left out. Since signing with Farruko’s Carbon Fiber imprint, Menor Menor has waved the flag for his native Honduras while making a name for himself with sharp singles like “Ahora Sé” and “Falsas Promesas.” His knack for slick bars and memorable hooks serves him well on his full-length debut. Trinity la Marca appends underground trap bangers such as “La Solicitud” to a fresh set of future hits, including the dextrous dancehall of “Calor” with Rvssian and “Whine Up” with Konshens.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With so many breakout urbano artists coming by way of Colombia and Puerto Rico, talent from other parts of Latin America often seems unfairly left out. Since signing with Farruko’s Carbon Fiber imprint, Menor Menor has waved the flag for his native Honduras while making a name for himself with sharp singles like “Ahora Sé” and “Falsas Promesas.” His knack for slick bars and memorable hooks serves him well on his full-length debut. Trinity la Marca appends underground trap bangers such as “La Solicitud” to a fresh set of future hits, including the dextrous dancehall of “Calor” with Rvssian and “Whine Up” with Konshens.

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