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Shalim introduces himself with a Latin pop debut album mostly based on romantic ballads, which are delivered on "Si Estuvieras Junto A Mi," "Mi Tesoro," and "La Cruz Va Por Dentro." Shalim opens with the mid-tempo "Nadie Como Tú" and features the English-language songs "Come Down" and "I Can Let Go," the Latin dance/pop song "Mata Tu Amor," the gypsy-stylized "Gitana," and the vallenato-flavored "Entregate." This album ends with a catchy club/dance version of "Nadie Como Tú," which is Shalim's highest point. ~ Drago Bonacich, Rovi
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