In a mostly positive review, Allmusic writer, Jason Birchmeier says the album "finds him developing as an artist and experimenting with different styles without abandoning his reggaeton roots." He also went on to say that the album is a "solid effort filled with lots of good songs and a few excellent ones." He called "El Amor" the "most obvious stylistic experiment" and the "primary highlight" and said that it "showcases Tito's singing ability."
On January 26, 2010, through Siente Music, Tito "El Bambino" released a special re-edition of the album, called El Patron: La Victoria. It included new a few new tracks, and new guest appearances by Jenni Rivera and La India.
In mid-2010, it had been confirmed that Tito "El Bambino" would release a new album, and that it will be a part two or three of his album, El Patrón. It was later released on February 8, 2010 through Siente music, although instead of being a re-edition like La Victoria, it was more of different album with new songs and new guests appearances with new producers.