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01.Me Toca Celebrar
02.Quiere Que Le Muestre (Ft Ńengo Flow & Voltio)
03.Me Voy De La Casa
04.No Está En Na’ (Ft Farruko)
05.Apaga La Luz
06.Olvídate De Mi										play
07.Llueve El Amor (Album Version)
08.Llama Al Sol
09.Barquito
10.Máquina Del Tiempo (Ft Wisin & Yandel)
11.Éramos Nińos (Ft Gilberto Santa Rosa, Hector Acosta)
12.Chequea Cómo Se Siente (Ft Daddy Yankee)
13.Basta Ya (Album Version)
14.Quiero Besarte (Ft J King & Maximan)					play
15.Ella Es Libre
16.Dime Como Te Va
17.Basta Ya (Pop Version) (Ft Noel Schajris)
18.Candela
19.Llueve El Amor (Banda)

 

Invencible may have been introduced as a sequel to Tito's 2009 effort, El Patrón, but besides sharing the same high quality control, the albums are quite different. Here, the reggaeton singer continues to evolve into a versatile Latin pop singer with ballads and polished club numbers dominating. The album is also smaller in scale and crossover potential isn't the main goal, with the Neptunes being replaced by producers like Luis Berrios Nieves and the Mambo Kingz. With genres like bachata ("Éramos Nińos" with Gilberto Santa Rosa) and salsa ("Ella Es Libre") being delivered with proper heart and conviction, the only fans who might be disappointed with Invencible are those who want "El Bambino" to remain firmly in the reggaeton genre. --- David Jeffries, Billboard

 

Two years ago Tito El Bambino was one of the few established names in the Spanish Urban Music. Today, he is the leader of a new Latin Music trend that could be named "Urban Pop".

After his 4th solo album release "Invencible", which includes the hit that is breaking record in physical sales as well as in digital "Maquina del Tiempo" featuring Wisin y Yandel. Tito El Bambino returns with a re-issue of the album Invencible titled "Invencible 2012" Invesible has sold over 50k units. "Invencible 2012" reflects the maturity of the artist and his extraordinary creativity. There are contagious fusions of pop with tropical rhythms, as well as Reggeaton and Bachata. The majority of the songs are composed and co-produced by Tito.

El Patron "Invencible 2012", includes 19 tracks of which 5 are completely new and titled "Me Toca Celebrar", "Me Voy De La Casa", "Olvidate De Mi", and 2 tracks featuring Voltio, Ñengo Flow and Farruko, "Quieren Que Le Muestren". --- Editorial Reviews

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1 - Intro
2 - Caile
3 - Mi Chica Rebelde
4 - Mia (feat. Daddy Yankee
5 - Secreto play
6 - Maximo
7 - Tu Cintura (feat. Don Omar
8 - Me Da Miedo
9 - Reto
10 - Peligro
11 - Flow Natural (feat. Beenie Man & Ines
12 - Sera
13 - Te Extrano
14 - Donde Estan
15 - Corre Y Dile
16 - Grito Latino play
17 - Me Tiemblan Las Manos
18 - Subelo
19 - Sonsoneo
20 - Tuve Que Morir (outro)

 

Up-and-coming artist Tito "El Bambino" joins the ranks of his high-profile reggaeton brethren with the release of 2006's TOP OF THE LINE. Sporting the usual array of stuttering, bouncing beats, rapid-fire rhymes, and hands-in-the-air chant-along choruses, TOP OF THE LINE sounds tailor-made for the jeep systems and block party boom boxes of summer '06. And that El Bambino isn't afraid to croon a seductive, downtempo number, as he does on "Secreto," won't hurt his popularity with female fans (to say nothing of his movie-star good looks).

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