Enrique Iglesias' musical tastes have changed since his 2001 hit single Hero. In his first bilingual album, Euphoria, he moves away from the crooner style that won him millions of fans. Pairing up with the likes of Nicole Scherzinger and Akon, Iglesias seems to be trying to recreate the heady days of Hero by singing the sort of R&B that is so hot right now. But the soft singer within gets the better of him. In the first track, I Like It, he sings falsetto in contrast to the hardcore hip hop of Pitbull. One Day at a Time, with Akon, is another poor attempt at pleasing urban music fans by mimicking Sean Kingston's personal reggae style. Even more confusing is Coming Home, in which he goes for an alternative rock vibe. The album is a mess of sounds that feels like he is having an identity crisis or desperately trying to expand his ever-decreasing fan base. This is Euphoria's ultimate downfall - his fans long for that definitive Iglesias sound.