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Hu Hu Hu by Natalia Lafourcade

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Label: Columbia
Natalia Lafourcade has long been one of Mexico's least predictable young talents, but could anyone have predicted Hu Hu Hu, with its barnstorming wall-of-sound production, its omnivorous instrumentation, its joyful dive into the world of orchestral pop? It's as close to a piece de resistance as you can get, experimental and hooky, sacrificing neither in search of clarity (her girlish voice) and irresistible melodies. Fresh off a classical sojourn, she brings that precision back to her pop music in a way that has some critics whispering the dreaded "m" word: masterpiece.

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Natalia Lafourcade has long been one of Mexico's least predictable young talents, but could anyone have predicted Hu Hu Hu, with its barnstorming wall-of-sound production, its omnivorous instrumentation, its joyful dive into the world of orchestral pop? It's as close to a piece de resistance as you can get, experimental and hooky, sacrificing neither in search of clarity (her girlish voice) and irresistible melodies. Fresh off a classical sojourn, she brings that precision back to her pop music in a way that has some critics whispering the dreaded "m" word: masterpiece.

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About This Album

Natalia Lafourcade has long been one of Mexico's least predictable young talents, but could anyone have predicted Hu Hu Hu, with its barnstorming wall-of-sound production, its omnivorous instrumentation, its joyful dive into the world of orchestral pop? It's as close to a piece de resistance as you can get, experimental and hooky, sacrificing neither in search of clarity (her girlish voice) and irresistible melodies. Fresh off a classical sojourn, she brings that precision back to her pop music in a way that has some critics whispering the dreaded "m" word: masterpiece.