Reik is a Mexican pop rock band from Mexicali, Baja California, formed in 2003 by Jesús Alberto Navarro Rosas (lead vocals), Julio Ramírez Eguía (guitar, background vocals), and Gilberto Marín Espinoza (guitar). The group’s first five albums have been classified as Latin pop, but the group has since transitioned to a more urban-influenced sound since 2015. Reik has won a Latin Billboard Music Award, four Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica awards, and a Latin Grammy. Feeling frustrated with the perceived stagnation of Latin pop after the release of Des/Amor, the band evolved its sound and began collaborating with reggaeton artists. The band has since released popular singles “Ya Me Enteré” with Nicky Jam, “Me niego” with Ozuna, and “Amigos Con Derechos” with Maluma. These singles have charted on numerous Billboard charts and have renewed the band’s popularity. The group also collaborated with Korean pop group Super Junior on the song “One More Time (Otra Vez)”. Here are all of Reik’s albums ranked.
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6. Ahora (2019)
“I fell in love with this group many years ago and I seemed to have lost track of them. I am happy to say that I have found them again. This CD is great. The group still has its own style and some of the music does sound repetitive but on the whole it is a very good CD.”
5. Peligro (2011)
“Pop stars. They always deliver. Great sound and performance. Latin finest musicians and production. Comparing previous albums they seem better over time and by that I mean that the actual album has always been great.”
4. Un Día Más (2008)
“Love this group! Even if you do not understand Spanish, this trios beautiful music and romantic tones will set the right mood! I love everything they release and collaborate on! Listen for yourself!”
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3. Secuencias (2006)
“The more I listen to this group, the more I want to hear. They do what I call stock-rock, music that doesn’t need to be focused on, but works really well in the back ground while house cleaning or taking the half hour drive to work or home. Good vocals, good musicians and not a “bomb” on the whole disc.”
2. Reik (2005)
“I discovered this band while watching the Mexican 52MX channel on cable. I have to agree with an earlier reviewer who thought the lead singer had a great voice for pop- he truly is talented. The level of production is high and perfectly suited to this genre of pop/rock. I think this album stands with the best boy-band sounds currently out, regardless of language. These guys have a great, cheerful sound that sounds professional, somewhat acoustic, and really hits the spot.”
1. Des / Amor (2016)
“Really great CD, their sound has matured, yet this album feels very familiar to their original album. If you are a Reik fan, you will not be disappointed!!!”