Invencible may have been introduced as a sequel to Tito’s 2009 effort, El Patrón, but besides sharing the same high quality control, the albums are quite different. Here, the reggaeton singer continues to evolve into a versatile Latin pop singer with ballads and polished club numbers dominating. The album is also smaller in scale and crossover potential isn’t the main goal, with the Neptunes being replaced by producers like Luis Berrios Nieves and the Mambo Kingz. With genres like bachata (“Éramos Niños” with Gilberto Santa Rosa) and salsa (“Ella Es Libre”) being delivered with proper heart and conviction, the only fans who might be disappointed with Invencible are those who want "El Bambino" to remain firmly in the reggaeton genre.
AllMusic Review by David Jeffries