her best since isolation, and that's not recency bias! this is a lovely and diverse mix of sounds that we haven't seen in the last 2 albums, plus the fact that cómo así even exists in her discography is crazy. te mata is probably one of, if not, her best songs. hope she leans further into bolero in the future!
i don’t really care whether or not they’re industry plants, i like that we’re getting this sound from a band of women and that it actually sounds good. caesar on a TV screen and nothing matters are the obvious standouts here, but nothing is necessarily bad — just a little middling at times