Reggaeton for beginners
Anthony Rupert | Milwaukee, WI | 11/15/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I never heard of Feel the Noise until I saw the video for Omarion and Kat DeLuna's song "Cut Off Time" (an obvious single because it's censored). And that's a pretty accurate title for this soundtrack because it really doesn't have much to offer.
I was surprised that Omarion isn't all over this soundtrack considering he's starring in the movie; he only appears on one other song, the Wyclef-produced "Coqui", where he tries rapping with okay results. The soundtrack only has ten songs, and it clocks in at about 37 minutes. Aside from the two Omarion joints, the rest of the songs are reggaeton, and they're all pretty average, especially "No Quiere Novio". And Pras sounds like, well, Pras, on "Pa La Calle".
Considering that this is the first review for this soundtrack, I doubt that anyone really cares about it (but I don't know of anyone that saw the MOVIE either), but unless you're a big fan of reggaeton, you can probably leave it alone because there really isn't much noise to feel.
Lucy Roman | Falmouth, Maine | 02/06/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this movie has awsome music. i thought Omarion was amazing! its a very sweet story and a fun movie."