10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Miguel had already released 10 albums by the time he got to 1996’s Nada Es Igual, and that experience translates to a smoothness that coats every track here. Opener “Si Te Vas” finds him nearly rapping over nimble bass and quick drums, while “Como Es Posible Que a Mi Lado” shows that he’s just as comfortable tackling four-on-the-floor house. Yet it wouldn’t be a Miguel album without some slow jams, and where “Abrázame" rings with tearful violin, the title track explodes with big, emotional drums.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Miguel had already released 10 albums by the time he got to 1996’s Nada Es Igual, and that experience translates to a smoothness that coats every track here. Opener “Si Te Vas” finds him nearly rapping over nimble bass and quick drums, while “Como Es Posible Que a Mi Lado” shows that he’s just as comfortable tackling four-on-the-floor house. Yet it wouldn’t be a Miguel album without some slow jams, and where “Abrázame" rings with tearful violin, the title track explodes with big, emotional drums.

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