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A.B. Quintanilla La Vida De Un Genio (2010)


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A.B. Quintanilla La Vida De Un Genio (2010)


A.B. Quintanilla â La Vida de Un Genio (2010): A Tribute to His Father and a Celebration of Cumbia Music


A.B. Quintanilla is a Mexican-American musician, songwriter, producer, and bandleader who has been involved in various genres of Latin music, such as Tejano, cumbia, pop, and hip hop. He is best known for being the brother of the late Selena Quintanilla, the Queen of Tejano music, and for leading the groups Los Kumbia Kings and Los Kumbia All Starz.


In 2010, he released his third studio album with Los Kumbia All Starz, titled La Vida de Un Genio (The Life of a Genius). The album is a tribute to his father, Abraham Quintanilla Jr., who guided his career and that of his sister Selena. The album also features collaborations with various artists from different backgrounds and styles, such as Voltio, Marciano Cantero, Shaila Dúrcal, Pee Wee, Tito Nieves, and Luis Enrique.


The album showcases A.B. Quintanilla's versatility and creativity as a composer and producer, blending cumbia rhythms with elements of rock, pop, salsa, reggaeton, and ballads. The album contains 14 tracks (22 in the deluxe edition), each with a different theme and mood. Some of the highlights are:


"HipnÃtika", the lead single, which is a catchy and upbeat cumbia song with rap verses by Voltio and a chorus by Marciano Cantero from Los Enanitos Verdes.


"Mentirosa", the second single, which is a romantic and smooth salsa song with vocals by Tito Nieves.


"Invisible", a powerful and emotional ballad with Shaila Dúrcal, the daughter of Spanish singer RocÃo Dúrcal.


"Rica y Apretadita", a remake of the classic cumbia song by El General, featuring Pee Wee on vocals and a rap verse by A.B. Quintanilla himself.


"La Vida de un Genio", the title track and closing song of the album, which is a heartfelt tribute to his father Abraham Quintanilla Jr., who narrates his life story and his love for music in the song.


La Vida de Un Genio is an album that celebrates A.B. Quintanilla's musical legacy and his passion for cumbia music. It is also an album that honors his father's influence and guidance in his career. The album received positive reviews from critics and fans alike, and was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award for Best Tropical Fusion Album in 2011.


If you are a fan of A.B. Quintanilla or cumbia music in general, you should definitely check out this album. You can listen to it on Spotify or buy it on Amazon or iTunes.


One of the most interesting aspects of La Vida de Un Genio is the diversity of the guest artists that A.B. Quintanilla invited to collaborate with him. He said that he wanted to work with people who had different styles and backgrounds, but who shared his love for cumbia music. He also said that he wanted to show the world that cumbia is a universal genre that can be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of their language or culture.


Some of the guest artists that appear on the album are:


Voltio, a Puerto Rican rapper who is known for his reggaeton and hip hop songs. He adds a touch of urban flavor to the song "HipnÃtika".


Marciano Cantero, an Argentine singer and bassist who is the leader of Los Enanitos Verdes, a rock band that has been active since the 1980s. He sings the chorus of "HipnÃtika" and adds a rock twist to the cumbia beat.


Shaila Dúrcal, a Spanish singer who is the daughter of RocÃo Dúrcal, one of the most famous and beloved singers in Spain and Latin America. She sings a duet with A.B. Quintanilla on "Invisible", a song that talks about losing a loved one.


Pee Wee, a Mexican-American singer who was formerly a member of Los Kumbia Kings and Kumbia All Starz. He sings on "Rica y Apretadita", a remake of the classic cumbia song by El General.


Tito Nieves, a Puerto Rican singer who is one of the most popular salsa artists in the world. He sings on "Mentirosa", a romantic salsa song that accuses a woman of being unfaithful.


Luis Enrique, a Nicaraguan singer who is known as "El




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