Mi Plan |
REVIEWED BY JESSICA HERNDON
After shaking things up with Timbaland on 2006’s funky hit Loose, Nelly Furtado switches gears again with her first Spanish-language album. On Mi Plan, though, the results are less successful and more generic than what one would expect from her. The production lacks invention, especially compared with Tim’s adventurous beats on Loose. But the singer, who is of Portuguese descent, delivers on collaborations with Latin artists Alejandro Fernández, Juan Luis Guerra and Alex Cuba (on the salsa-fied title track).
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