Jaci Velásquez's continued expansion is evident in an album that traverses styles, from unadulterated pop to more urban tracks.

Jaci Velásquez's continued expansion is evident in an album that traverses styles, from unadulterated pop to more urban tracks. The choice of material suits Velásquez, who sounds relaxed and in control of her songs, down to the saucy "No Me Hace Falta un Hombre"—a track from her current film, Chasing Papi—and "Mi Vida No es Nada Sin Tí," a translation of Gloria Estefan's "I Don't Want to Lose You Now." Save for a more organic, acoustic sound in the arrangements, Milagro is not ground-breaking nor does it mark any departure for Velásquez—despite the array of producers and songwriters involved in the project, including Emilio Estefan Jr. and Rudy Pérez. Still, Milagro is a well-executed pop album that should satisfy Velásquez fans while reeling in new ones.—LC