16 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Anchored by the deeply romantic Latin dance-pop that made his "Traicionera" a global breakthrough, the sweeping debut album from Colombian-American tropical crooner Sebastian Yatra bundles his bounty of already-established hits with a wide range of new cuts. He flirts with down-and-dirty R&B, slick hip-hop, and even drama-packed rock, pouring his heart into every song without letting that sentimentality overwhelm the fizzy, fun atmosphere. Yatra easily matches the fast-rapping Wisin for live-wire energy on the euphoric reggaetón of "Alguien Robo," while the sultry trap of "Como Si Nada" proves he can still generate sparks even when going slow.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Anchored by the deeply romantic Latin dance-pop that made his "Traicionera" a global breakthrough, the sweeping debut album from Colombian-American tropical crooner Sebastian Yatra bundles his bounty of already-established hits with a wide range of new cuts. He flirts with down-and-dirty R&B, slick hip-hop, and even drama-packed rock, pouring his heart into every song without letting that sentimentality overwhelm the fizzy, fun atmosphere. Yatra easily matches the fast-rapping Wisin for live-wire energy on the euphoric reggaetón of "Alguien Robo," while the sultry trap of "Como Si Nada" proves he can still generate sparks even when going slow.

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