11:11 (Maluma album)

11:11 is the fourth studio album by Colombian singer-songwriter Maluma, released on 17 May 2019 by Sony Music Latin.[1][2][3] The album features guest appearances from Ricky Martin, Ozuna, Nicky Jam, Zion & Lennox, Madonna, Sech, Ty Dolla Sign, Chencho, and Farina. In order to promote the album, Maluma went on the 11:11 World Tour in 2019.[4] It was supported by four singles: "HP", "11 PM", "Instinto Natural" and "No Se Me Quita", and the promotional single "Déjale Saber".[5] The album was noted by critics as being noticeably cleaner and more romantic than previous projects by the Colombian singer.[6]

11:11
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Studio album by
Released17 May 2019 (2019-05-17)
Length51:38
LanguageSpanish, English
LabelSony Latin
Producer
Maluma chronology
F.A.M.E.
(2018)
11:11
(2019)
Singles from 11:11
  1. "HP"
    Released: 1 March 2019
  2. "11 PM"
    Released: 17 May 2019
  3. "Instinto Natural"
    Released: 9 August 2019
  4. "No Se Me Quita"
    Released: 30 August 2019

PromotionEdit

SinglesEdit

On 10 August 2018, the album's expected lead single, "Mala Mía", was released digitally on music stores and streaming services.[7][8] With a notable remix of the song featuring American and Brazilian singers, Becky G and Anitta, being released on 21 December 2018.[9][10] Leading up to the release of the album, during the track list reveal, it was announced that the song would not be included on the album. The song peaked at number 23 on the US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 songs chart and at number nine on the US Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart.[11][12]

"HP" was released digitally on music stores and streaming services on 28 February 2019, as the album's official lead single.[13][14] The song peaked at number 96 on the US Billboard Hot 100 songs chart and at number eight on the US Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart.[15][12]

"11 PM" was released alongside the album digitally on music stores and streaming services on 17 May 2018, as the album's second official single.[16] The song peaked at number 14 on the US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 songs chart and at number 11 on the US Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart.[11][12]

"Instinto Natural" featuring Sech was released on 9 August 2019, as the album's third official single.[17] The song peaked at number 76 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100.[18]

"No Se Me Quita" was released as the album's fourth official single on 30 August 2019.[19] The song peaked at number 38 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100.[18]

Promotional singlesEdit

On 16 May 2019, Maluma released the promotional single "Déjale Saber", alongside with a pseudo video to support. A treatment which all the standard non-single album tracks received on the release date of 11:11.[20][21]

Pseudo videos and other charting songsEdit

On the release date of the album, similarly to the promotional single "Déjale Saber", accompanying pseudo video clips were released for all of 11:11's non-single tracks on Maluma's YouTube channel.[22] Following the release of the album, "Dispuesto" featuring Ozuna charted at number 47 on the US Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart and at 92 on the Spanish Promusicae chart.[12][23] While the tracks "Soltera" featuring Madonna and "Tu Vecina" featuring Ty Dolla Sign, peaked at number seven and 13 on the US Billboard Latin Digital Song Sales chart respectively.[24]

Critical receptionEdit

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic77/100[25]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic     [26]
NME     [27]
Rolling Stone     [28]

In a positive review by Nick Levine from New Musical Express, in which he gave the album four out of five stars, he concluded by saying "At 16 tracks, ’11:11′ is definitely a little long, but there’s no denying that Maluma creates a mood that suits his persona every bit as effectively as Drake does. Stylish, sexy and right-on-trend, this album should generate some heat from Bogotá to Bognor."[27]

Track listingEdit

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."11 PM"
2:55
2."HP"
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • Giencarlos Rivera
  • Jonathan Rivera
  • Barco
  • Edge
  • Madmusick
3:04
3."No Se Me Quita" (featuring Ricky Martin)
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • Servando Primera
  • Andrés Castro
  • Oscar Hernández
  • Jesus Herrera
Edge3:39
4."Dispuesto" (featuring Ozuna)
  • Londoño
  • Juan Carlos Ozuna
  • Luian Malavé Nieves
  • Edgar Semper Vargas
  • Barrera
  • Xavier Semper Vargas
  • Héctor Ramos
  • Kedin Maysonet
  • Edge
  • Mambo Kingz
  • DJ Luian
  • Hydro
2:42
5."No Puedo Olvidarte" (featuring Nicky Jam)
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • Castro
  • Primera
  • Silverio Lozada
  • Marco Masis
  • Nick Rivera Caminero
Tainy3:11
6."Me Enamoré de Ti"
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • G. Rivera
  • J. Rivera
  • Edge
  • Madmusick
3:19
7."Extrañándote" (featuring Zion & Lennox)
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • G. Rivera
  • J. Rivera
  • Gabriel Pizarro
  • Félix G. Ortiz Torres
  • Jorge Alberto Erazo
  • Edge
  • Madmusick
3:35
8."Shhh (Calla')"
  • Londoño
  • Kevyn Mauricio Cruz
  • Mateo Cano
  • Barrera
  • Barco
  • Edge
  • Mateo Cano "Tezzel"
2:57
9."Dinero Tiene Cualquiera"
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • Rene Cano
  • Stiven Rojas
  • Morales
  • Barco
  • Pardo
Edge3:26
10."Soltera" (featuring Madonna)
  • Edge
  • Madmusick
3:08
11."Te Quiero"
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • Sergio George
  • Primera
George3:49
12."Instinto Natural" (featuring Sech)
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • Morales
  • Barco
  • Johany Alejandro Correa
  • Santiago Mesa
  • Edge
  • Nyal
3:14
13."Tu Vecina" (featuring Ty Dolla Sign)
Salmanzadeh3:19
14."La Flaca" (featuring Chencho)
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • R. Cano
  • Rojas
  • M. Cano
  • Mesa
  • Chencho Corleone
  • Edge
  • Tezzel
2:40
15."Puesto Pa' Ti" (featuring Farina)
  • Farina
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • G. Rivera
  • Jonathan Carlo Rivera
  • Morales
  • Edge
  • Madmusick
3:23
16."Déjale Saber"
  • Londoño
  • Barrera
  • G. Rivera
  • J. C. Rivera
  • Edge
  • Madmusick
3:17
Total length:51:38

ChartsEdit

Chart (2019) Peak
position
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[29] 59
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[30] 54
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[31] 100
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[32] 49
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100)[33] 44
French Albums (SNEP)[34] 68
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[35] 77
Italian Albums (FIMI)[36] 20
Lithuanian Albums (AGATA)[37] 58
Mexican Albums (AMPROFON)[38] 9
Polish Albums (ZPAV)[39] 27
Portuguese Albums (AFP)[40] 13
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[41] 6
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[42] 6
US Billboard 200[43] 30
US Top Latin Albums (Billboard)[44] 1

CertificationsEdit

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[45] Gold 20,000*
Mexico (AMPROFON)[46] 2× Platinum+Gold 150,000^
United States (RIAA)[47] 5× Platinum (Latin) 300,000 

 sales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Release historyEdit

List of regions, release dates, formats, labels and references
Region Date Formats Label Ref.
United States 17 May 2019 Sony Latin [48]

ReferencesEdit

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