Saturday, November 26th, 2016

Sofía Reyes ft. Reykon – Llegaste Tú

A bit too much for most of us…


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Juana Giaimo: Sofía Reyes has tried ballads and EDM tracks, but it seems that she finally found her style in “Llegaste tú”, a warm and partly acoustic love track featuring a light cumbia beat with an innocent spirit. It could be put together with CNCO’s “Reggaeton Lento“, which is enough for me to hope this becomes a new trend.
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Iain Mew: I like the questing, semi-episodic structure, which is pretty unusual. Reyes is also good at giving the quieter phases a sense of possibility for magic, fun or both, even if the overbearing chorus isn’t a destination I’m too pleased to end up at.
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Alfred Soto: More convincing as flamenco-flavored come-on than hydroxygenated disco thumper.
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Ramzi Awn: Sofía’s intro to a particularly… energetic chorus is stunning, and so is her recovery. The joyful chorus is admittedly infectious, and “Llegaste Tú” sparkles with hooks all around. 
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Will Adams: What’s clever about the explode-y bit is by the end of the song, it goes from being over-the-top and unsubtle to nicely tying up the narrative. From the sound of those stiff trance synths, though, it seems like more time was spent on the quieter verses.
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Edward Okulicz: Reyes’ voice is too much, too loud, too everything for this song; she makes the beat sound tinny, which is some feat. If she sounds like this in concert, she would not be in need of a wind machine.
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