Mala Rodríguez ‎– Malamarismo

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Universal Music (Spain) ‎– 0602517306752
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1 Volveré
Producer – Yves Sombolay*
3:58
2 Te Convierto
Producer – GriffiVocals, Guitar – Raimundo Amador
2:19
3 Nanai
Mixed By – Segal*Producer – DJ Rectangle
3:24
4 Caida Libre
Producer – Griffi
3:28
5 Menos Tú
Producer – Griffi
2:26
6 Tiempo Pa Pensá
Mixed By – GriffiProducer – Giggi Mantequilla *Vocals – Julieta Venegas
4:27
7 Toca Toca
Producer – Griffi
3:05
8 Enfermo
Producer – GriffiVocals – Tego Calderon*
3:29
9 La Loca
Mixed By – Segal*Producer – DJ Rectangle
3:53
10 Miedo
Mixed By – Segal*Producer – DJ RectangleVocals – Mahoma
2:54
11 Memorias Del Futuro
Producer – Yves Sombolay*
3:27
12 Jura Y Gana
Mixed By – Segal*Producer – DJ Rectangle
2:55
13 Déjame Entrá
Guitar – Raimundo AmadorProducer – Griffi
4:40
14 Por La Noche
Mastered By – Kevin MetcalfeProducer – Supernafamacho
3:45
Video Por La Noche 3:36

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Data session contains the videoclip from the single "Por La Noche"

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0602517636880 Mala Rodríguez Malamarismo(CD, Album, Enh, Sli) Universal Music Group 0602517636880 Spain 2007 Sell This Version
MALADVD #1 Mala Rodríguez Malamarismo (Snippet CD)(CD, Smplr, Promo, Enh) Universal Music Group MALADVD #1 Spain 2007 Sell This Version
B0009176-12 Mala Rodríguez Malamarismo(CD, Album) Machete Music, Universal Music Group B0009176-12 US 2007 Sell This Version
0602517636880 Mala Rodríguez Malamarismo(CD, Album, Sli) Universal Music Group 0602517636880 Mexico 2007 Sell This Version

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luna

luna

April 16, 2008

Despite my Spanish background, feel obligated to give major props to this release. The level of artistry and lyrism is incredible, the flow and delivery is nice, most of the beats are solid and it is NOT trying to emulate anything that is trendy or radio friendly in the states or elsewhere. The scope of this release comes close to the depth in "Doggystyle" or the first "Illmatic" records (w/o the gangsta backdrop of course). And yes, it's by a foreigner that's a female who writes her own lyrics and sings on many of her hooks. She does have a few guest appearances but nothing like many of the domestic sophomore efforts that need every "hot" producer and MC to try to match the commercial success of the first. She has definitely grown from her first release "Lujo Iberico," which was OK but only had one stand out cut which made it on several movie soundtracks (guess which one). This chick is fierce and I highly recommend this CD to anyone who can understand Spanish and/or wants to listen to something fresh.

Her lyrics have a socially conscious approach but aren't preachy or obnoxious, she covers various topics from a female perspective and doesn't try to come off as macho, gangsta or as an elitist. I can't say enough good things so w/o diggin' my nose up her crack, this release is dope & refreshing.