After signing with Univision Music Group, Jennifer Peña returned with a major makeover to change her looks and her first step into the Latin pop field. At the age of 18, La Princesa de la Música Tejana (The Princess of Tejano Music) delivers a 17-track record anticipated with the dance-pop "Vamos al Mundial," which was selected by the U.S Hispanic network Univision as one of the official songs of the 2002 World Cup Soccer tournament. Libre features the single hit "El Dolor de Tu Presencia," delivered in Latin pop/ballad and cumbia styles, and three versions of "Entre el Delirio y la Locura." Produced by Kike Santander and Rudy Pérez and simultaneously released in Mexico and the U.S., Libre became her declaration of independence in the Latin music scene.
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AllMusic Review by Drago Bonacich