An unlikely blend of reggaeton and trance.
Sol De Mi Vida is the Spanish idiom for "light of my life," and the record is bright and uplifting where past Dinamarca releases sometimes felt anxious. (Even his edit of Opus III's "It's A Fine Day" was unsettling.) This EP is all about space. The arpeggios are big and bold on "Sol" and "Luna" but never overbearing, with light-footed lockstep beats. Even more spacious, "Campana" features a repeated vocal gasp, absorbing the sensuality of recent crossover reggaeton—think J Balvin—into a template that feels alien, heard in the way the melodic lead drifts in and out of tune.
There are other such touches on Sol De Mi Vida. The lead on "Dino" sleuths around the low-key beat, while "Jevi" has eerie undertones. "Tú Y Yo," which sounds orchestral, like Petar Dundov-gone reggaeton, has brooding countermelodies. "Mi Todo," the slinkiest track on the EP, has mournful edges. This EP shows Dinamarca making subtly beautiful songs from two of dance music's most intense styles.