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World - Released November 7, 2019 | TUSA - Karol G & Nicki Minaj

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World - Released May 3, 2019 | UMLE - Latino

After delivering her high-charting debut album Unstoppable in 2017 and her smash "Ahora Me Llama" breakout single with Bad Bunny, Colombia's Karol G gave both fans and industry bosses expectations for her to deliver on. Rather than follow a formula, however, she changes the game profoundly on her follow-up, Ocean. Certainly, there are smoking urbano jams here, as evidenced by the singles "Punto G," the smash "Mi Cama" (as well as its included remix with Nicky Jam and J Balvin), and the trap power ballad "La Ocasión Perfecta." Other highlights include a duet with boyfriend Anuel AA on the steamy "Culpables," the throwback hip-hop of "Aprendí," the slippery, folkish trap of "La Vida Continuó," featuring Simon & Simaria, and the midtempo groove of "Crème" with Maluma. But there's more, too, adding to the wealth of diversity to this attempt at Latin pop domination. The title track is a sumptuous, intimately wrought piano ballad, "Love with a Quality" is a reggae-cum-trap finger-popper with Damian Marley, and the tender, acoustic guitar-based love song "Dices Que Te Vas" features Anuel (who knew he could sing?). There is something for almost any Latin pop fan on Ocean -- all of it is crafted beautifully and honestly delivered. Given its number two chart entry at Top Latin Albums, it appears that Karol G has given the slip to the sophomore slump. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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World - Released March 26, 2021 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released October 23, 2020 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released July 10, 2020 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released October 27, 2017 | UMLE - Latino

After its smash single "Ahora Me Llama" with Bad Bunny, Unstoppable lands as the first album by Colombian pop artist Karol G. Debuting in the top spot on the Latin Albums sales chart and at number two on the Latin Rhythms chart, the album is a manifesto of sorts that women don't have to merely be singers in the Latin pop arena or be restricted to dancefloor or arena pop. This album throws down with reggaeton and, as evidenced by its single, is the first solid entry by a woman in the Latin trap movement. © TiVo
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World - Released November 2, 2018 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released May 11, 2018 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released February 12, 2021 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released September 14, 2018 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released March 30, 2018 | Aftercluv Dancelab

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World - Released July 13, 2018 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released April 5, 2019 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released April 1, 2020 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released September 30, 2019 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released November 4, 2016 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released March 26, 2021 | UMLE - Latino

Though its title reads like an airline flight number, KG0516, the name of Colombian singer and songwriter Karol G's third album, actually signifies the date she signed her first record deal on May 16, 2006. She spent a decade as a guest and backing vocalist before "Ahora Me Llama," with Bad Bunny, launched her solo career. Her previous albums, 2017's Unstoppable and 2019's Ocean, were successful commercially, but served primarily as showcases for her singles. At the end of 2019, Karol G and Nicki Minaj delivered "Tusa" -- certified platinum 28 times -- the first step on the winding musical road that led to the kaleidoscopic KG0516. Here Karol G proves that everything she'd previously released was indeed preamble. For the first time she serves as a co-producer alongside her longtime collaborator Ovy on the Drums. She co-wrote 15 of the set's 16 songs. The lone exception, set-closer "Leyendas," offers tribute to reggaeton innovators including Ivy Queen, Wisin & Yandel, Zion, Nicky Jam, and Alberto Stylee, all of whom appear on it. It contrasts the other bookend, set-opener "Déjalos Que Miren," a bumping, infectious fingerpopper with a lyric delivery structure that subverts pop conventions. The pre-release hits are all here: the solo "Ay Dios Mio!" and "Bichota," and the smash "Location," with Anuel AA and J Balvin. That said, they are part of the album's context and not merely its calling cards. "El Makinon," a collaboration with 19-year-old Florida newcomer Mariah Angeliq, is an anthemic collision of vintage reggaeton with futurist urbano. "200 Copas," co-written with Ovy and corrido tumbado progenitor Danny Felix, marks her first entry into Mexican Regional Music and works beautifully. Karol G and Camilo deliver "Contigo a Voy Muerte," a laid-back, acoustically driven trap jam whose expressions of love and devotion bridge obsession. She also rocks a passionate, hooky, heartbroken bachata with the killer "El Barco, a true set highlight. Add the collision of urbano and modern country on "Location" and a nearly unprecedented diversity emerges to stand alongside Bad Bunny's adventurous left-field sojourns, but hers is more organic. "Gato Malo," a co-written duet with Barcelona-based Argentine singer Nathy Peluso, weaves lithe strands of tango and flamenco through funky trap. "Sola Es Mejor," featuring Colombian reggaeton duo Yandar & Yostin, remakes their 2005 hit, subsequently acknowledging their primary influence in bringing reggaeton to Medellin. "Beautiful Boy" (featuring Ludacris and Emilee) offers Ben E. King's timeless single as breezy, acoustically flavored Latin soul saturated in jagged trap beats and elegantly layered atmospherics. In sum, KG0516 establishes Karol G as a visionary; she pushes hard at urbano's boundaries, blending them into the pop multiverse, only to bring the album's many dimensions to heel under reggaeton's dominance. © Thom Jurek /TiVo
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World - Released March 25, 2021 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released May 5, 2017 | UMLE - Latino

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World - Released May 26, 2017 | UMLE - Latino