Yea I don't have much to say about this album. I was surprised to see the other half of the Despacito duo on this list, but with how influential this album is for latin rap music on the charts, the placement makes sense. Especially with acts like Bad Bunny that have been passed the torch of Reggaeton. The "messiah of reggaeton" often backed by Luny Tunes production brings a whole lot of energy on all fronts of the listen, in delivery and production. Since this is a very long album with a similar beat pattern, which comes with the genre, the tracks that are bound to stick out as hits are the ones with interesting hooks, like Gasolina and Lo Que Paso Paso.
The production carried the standard drum pattern and sound palette, but the instrumentals definitely fit Yankee's flow well. Some of the more interesting instrumental moments involve strings on Santifica Tus Escapularios, the vocal sample on El Muro, and brass on Salud y Vida. There are some very stocky sounds here and there, especially in the snare hits or unvarying synths. Also, Corazones, in flow and beat, very much sounds like an Eminem song.
It's beneficial that Reggaeton is innately an entertaining genre, since it overuses its common elements but somehow rarely gets boring, even if it does get stale. This album must hit different on the dance floor.