Busco Un Pueblo (English: I am Searching for A City) is the thirteenth studio album by Puerto Rican-American salsa singer-songwriter Víctor Manuelle released on November 21, 2011 on Sony Music. It contains two singles. "Si Tu Me Besas" was released on October 9, 2011 as the first official single and "Ella Lo Que Quiere Es Salsa" was released on January 21, 2012, it features Voltio and Jowell & Randy. A deluxe edition was released on January 24, 2012 featuring five bonus tracks. The Album Cover is a reference to the famous Uncle Sam poster.
Op deze deluxe (uitgebreidere) versie 5 bonus (nr. 11-15) ballad tracks
7. Ella Lo Que Quiere Es Salsa (feat. Voltio, Jowell & Randy)
10. Duele Sin Ti (balada version)
11. Llegastes Tu (balada feat. Marcos Yaroide)
12. Amar De Nuevo (balada)
13. Si Tu Me Besas (balada)
15. Las Huellas De Tu Amor
The Uncle Sam look that Victor Manuelle gives on the cover of Busco un Pueblo is a definite "I Want You" moment, but despite any possible fantasies, the fine print probably says "... to Join the Salsa Movement" instead of that carnal thing you`re thinking. Even if there`s still plenty of sex, sexiness, romance, and passion to be had, Busco un Pueblo is driven by the "one people" bit of its title, and most everything here is designed to draw Latin pop fans to the salsa side of the scene. R&B kids Voltio and Jowell & Randy add vocals to "Ella Lo Que Quiere Es Salsa," while "Si Tú Me Besas" comes with a spicy backbeat/soaring melody, laying the groundwork for the possible future category of salsa power ballad. Elsewhere, there are turns of phrase and layers of keyboards that suggest Manuelle is well of aware of Latin pop radio and the Marc Anthony catalog, and when it`s all presented over that familiar, crisp salsa flavor, it`s obvious that he`s an exciting genre loyalist, not a stale genre purist.