(2015) Creo En Mi

Natalia Jiménez

... read moreIt took four years for singer and songwriter Natalia Jimenez to follow up her successful self-titled debut album. The former lead vocalist of Spain's La Quinta Estación took her time, wrote nearly 30 songs, honed them, and finally chose 11 for this set. While her guest appearance on Daddy Yankee's...

39′:16″ 11 Songs

1
Natalia Jiménez
Creo En Mi
3:49
2
Natalia Jiménez
Quédate Con Ella
3:49
3
Natalia Jiménez
Tú No Me Quieres Más
3:52
4
Natalia Jiménez
Escapar
3:20
5
Natalia Jiménez
Un Corazón Se Rompe
3:32
6
Natalia Jiménez
Algo Brilla En Mi
3:05
7
Natalia Jiménez
Angeles Caídos
3:28
8
Natalia Jiménez
Sólo Tú Me Haces Feliz
3:19
9
Natalia Jiménez
Te Esperaré
3:33
10
Natalia Jiménez
Mariposas
3:16
11
Natalia Jiménez
Tú Y Yo
4:13
Released 17 March 2015, ℗ 2014, 2015 Sony Music Entertainment US Latin LLC

Review

It took four years for singer and songwriter Natalia Jimenez to follow up her successful self-titled debut album. The former lead vocalist of Spain's La Quinta Estación took her time, wrote nearly 30 songs, honed them, and finally chose 11 for this set. While her guest appearance on Daddy Yankee's hit "La Noche de Los Dos" may have hinted at an urban direction, "Quédate con Ella," Creo en Mi's first pre-release single, told a different story. The song was drenched in mariachi horns, tangy guitars, and contained an infectious pop melody. Subsequent singles such as the stirring ballad "Tu y Yo" and the opening title track, an anthemic paean to self-determination, are also included here. Taken together, they offer a portrait of the stylistic diversity that is the recording's strong suit. Other highlights include the riveting, atmospheric pop of "Corazón Se Rompe" and the regal "Angeles Caido," which travels from power ballad to dancefloor stomper seamlessly.