On January 25, 2002, "Quisiera Poder Olvidarme de Ti" was released as the first track of Luis Fonsi's third full-length record, Amor Secreto (Secret Love). The Puerto Rican singer teamed up with arranger/producer Rudy Pérez to make a contemporary Latin pop album featuring the mid-tempo "Fuera de Control," a hip-hop-inflected song entitled "Amor Secreto," the dance-pop"Entregate," the romantic and nostalgic ballad "Te Vas," and a new version of Pablo Milanés' "Para Vivir." In 2001, Fonsi had moved to Sweden to work with a talented group of musicians and producers. They all contributed to produce this well-balanced 12-track record. Amor Secreto achieved gold status in the U.S. the day after its release.
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AllMusic Review by Drago Bonacich