In the first two weeks I've had the tune, I've heard it over 84 times so far, not including hearing it in the clubs and listening to the YouTube versions. Yo No Se Mañana (by Luis Enrique) is one of those I can easily hear a few hundred times.
I love the intro being so laid back and chill, and the song building until the end. There are also 'pop' and 'bachata' versions available too. A GREAT song works across many styles.
Here's a link to the 'Pop' version which is also excellent. I predict a crossover hit for these guys. It's on YouTube via this link: Yo No Se Mañana (Pop Version)
Almost 3 years ago I wrote an article recommending listening to great songs at least 100 times. (You'll see it in the "Related Articles" section below.) Check it out if you haven't read it in a while or missed it the first time. Soon I'm finish my update to that article as I've learned quite a bit in the last few years.
Note in the beginning of Yo No Se Mañana, (AKA the "introduction"), the pulse is implied. It's subtle but the time is running and constant from the first note. I've also put a reference to the "Implied Pulse" series in the "Related Articles" section below in case you missed those concepts.
Enjoy, and let me know what you think of this tune!
RELATED ARTICLES:Listening to Music: 100 Times or More
Mastering Music: Not On The Dance Floor
Musical Pulse: Explicit and Implicit (Part 1)
Musical Pulse: Explicit and Implicit (Part 2)
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