With the majority of the lyrics penned by the artist herself, Estefan's first English-language studio album in five years is easily her most intimate and passionate recording to date.

With the majority of the lyrics penned by the artist herself, Estefan's first English-language studio album in five years is easily her most intimate and passionate recording to date. Yes, "Unwrapped" is Estefan at her full-frontal best. The unplugged vibe of "A Little Push" finds the singer/songwriter overflowing with fire and desire, while the lively, Latin-inflected "Te Amare" and lead single "Wrapped" find desire giving way to belonging. In the heartfelt "I Wish You," Estefan forgives—without settling the score. The down-home "Into You" features Stevie Wonder on harmonica and backing vocals. And Estefan's duet with Chrissie Hynde (the emotional "One Name") surprises and delights. When Estefan sings, "Living worlds apart/What could they ever have in common," she could very well be referring to people's initial reactions to this magical pairing.—MP