As pop perpetually skews toward meaningfulness, expectations run high for emerging artists. Global audiences awaiting the next empowering anthem or icon-in-waiting need look no further than Natti Natasha, the Dominican singer who’s recently been making her name as one of música urbana’s most wanted guests. For her own album debut, the Santiago native claims the solo spotlight she deserves, notably limiting features to Anitta and Kany García. Over a genre-defying medley of styles, she asserts both her dominance and her humanity while exuding star power. She goes boldly forward via reggaetón on “Pa’ Mala Yo” and reflects upon romantic toxicity in her rearview on the ballad “La Mejor Version de Mí.”

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