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Mas Flow - Los Benjamins

by Various Artists

Mas Flow - Los Benjamins by Various Artists

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Mas Flow - Los Benjamins

by Various Artists

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Label: Mas Flow/Machete
Like rap artists, reggaeton stars have never been shy about their love of bling and the benjamins -- and Luny Tunes have seen lots of benjamins in the past few years. Despite their relentless output (and quest for cash), this continuation of the Mas Flow series proves they are developing as artists. The production feels a bit more subdued, exchanging frenetic beats for more instrumental texture. On tracks like "Mi Fanatica" and the vallenato-influenced "Noche De Entierro," they're clearly looking farther afield for inspiration, and they manage to make even kid popstars RBD sound almost convincing on their first reggaeton-inspired single. Luny Tunes still have the touch; if reggaeton survives its 15 minutes, the duo will remain on top.

About This Album

Like rap artists, reggaeton stars have never been shy about their love of bling and the benjamins -- and Luny Tunes have seen lots of benjamins in the past few years. Despite their relentless output (and quest for cash), this continuation of the Mas Flow series proves they are developing as artists. The production feels a bit more subdued, exchanging frenetic beats for more instrumental texture. On tracks like "Mi Fanatica" and the vallenato-influenced "Noche De Entierro," they're clearly looking farther afield for inspiration, and they manage to make even kid popstars RBD sound almost convincing on their first reggaeton-inspired single. Luny Tunes still have the touch; if reggaeton survives its 15 minutes, the duo will remain on top.

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About This Album

Like rap artists, reggaeton stars have never been shy about their love of bling and the benjamins -- and Luny Tunes have seen lots of benjamins in the past few years. Despite their relentless output (and quest for cash), this continuation of the Mas Flow series proves they are developing as artists. The production feels a bit more subdued, exchanging frenetic beats for more instrumental texture. On tracks like "Mi Fanatica" and the vallenato-influenced "Noche De Entierro," they're clearly looking farther afield for inspiration, and they manage to make even kid popstars RBD sound almost convincing on their first reggaeton-inspired single. Luny Tunes still have the touch; if reggaeton survives its 15 minutes, the duo will remain on top.