15 Songs, 53 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Simplythebarber ,


This album is nothing short of epic in its own right especially with lyrics anyone can relate to and beautiful melodies and vocals in which toby normally excels.
track for track the production and sound quality are top of the line since barely any bachateros are bringing sounds as clean as these, so that alone is worth the price.
The only con i can pick out is that "some" songs feel cloned because they seem to carry the same tempo, guitar effects, bongo sound... This only varies in some track as they even sound similar to older tracks from older albums... Yet on the flip-side songs like "Mi Reina" starts off with a lovely accordion that explores something new and "Buscando Una Nena" which is themed with that cool and original crunkchata feel..

Toby if you read this make sure to make every song sounds like it was born in a different studio while exploring rare and new sounds as that traditional bachata sound is so played out since every idiot is trying to get on the bandwagon and paying for cheap productions that are forgettable.

From queens NY I wish you Best of luck with this album, i hope you get fully booked for the rest of your life and go on to sell out the madison square and other huge arenas. And remember "hard work succeeds over talent when talent fails to work hard"

ck_royale ,

Amor Total-Toby Love



Not that great, but not the worst

Bachata albums like these show us why Romeo is the King of modern Bachata. This entire production sounds repetitive . Same beats, Same themes ,Same lame melodies and lyrics in every tune. The only song that's ok is Lejos because Its a song another writer created ,and any MJ song would be great to cover. He should've just done an entire cover production. The only bachateros worth listening to by far are Romeo and Royce. Lo de mas es monte y culebra.

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