Como Ama Una Mujer
J.Lo acquits herself honorably on her first Spanish-language full-length, gamely tackling blustery ballads and sounding markedly more confident in her Spanish. And you couldn't ask for a better clutch of songs, which pull equally from cumbia and Latin rock while remaining resolutely pop-oriented. (Thank Colombian heavyweights Julio Reyes and Estefano, with some help from Fito Paez.) But J.Lo, fabulous as she is, is no vocal stylist, and it's hard not to feel that her voice is stretched nearly to the breaking point at times.