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Right now I'm doing a lot of independent research on the Spanish Conquest and pre-Columbian Mexico. I'm especially fascinated by the story of La Malinche and the birth of the mestizo race.

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Gotta Tell You ~ Samantha Mumba
Gotta Tell You ~ Samantha Mumba
"Gotta Tell You," Samantha Mumba's debut album, is one of my all-time favorite pop discs. It is one of the only albums to which I can listen without having to skip any tracks. It was originally released in the fall of 2000, but later re-released and re-packaged to include the radio mix of the second U.S. single, "Baby, Come Over (This Is Our Night)." Most of the songs on the album are of the pop/R&B genre, and most of the songs are uptempo. My favorite songs include the first two U.S. singles, as well as "The Boy (Remix)," "Always Come Back To Your Love," "Body II Body," and "Never Meant To Be." If you liked Samantha's Disney… Read more
Steppin Out ~ Cleopatra
Steppin Out ~ Cleopatra
5.0 out of 5 stars CLEOPATRA Steppin' Out, Jan. 17 2004
Cleopatra's sophomore album, titled "Steppin' Out," is a major advancement from the trio's debut album. "Steppin' Out" is full of pure R&B, rather than slightly R&B-influenced pop. Do not buy this album expecting to hear another light-hearted pop disc from the Cleopatra girls, because this album is different from their first. Some of the highlights include the album's only U.S. single "U Got It," "Press Here To Start," and "Take Me Now (Stop, Stop...)." I recommend this album to fans of 3LW, TLC, Blaque, and Destiny's Child.
I Represent ~ Tonya Mitchell
I Represent ~ Tonya Mitchell
"I Represent," Tonya Mitchell's 2001 debut album, is filled with catchy beats and laid-back pop ballads. My favorite tracks include the title track "I Represent," the ballad "I Don't Wanna Fall In Love," and the debut single "Broken Promises." If you're looking for the perfect CD to fit in your teen pop collection, check out Tonya's album. Tonya's vocals fit right in with her pop vocalist contemporaries such as Britney Spears. If "I Represent" had more support from Universal Records, it would have surely been a big seller in 2001.