I Can't Get Enough

Album: Single release only (2019)
Charted: 42 66
  • Benny Blanco teamed up with reggaeton producer Tainy for this sultry and seductive banger. Tainy and Blanco began working on the song in December 2018 before recruiting Selena Gomez and J Balvin to supply the vocals. The track was released on February 28, 2019.
  • Gomez and Balvin's bilingual verses are about a couple's hot and steamy relationship. As the song makes clear, they really can't get enough of each others love.
  • The song was the first time that Gomez had worked with any of Blanco, Tainy and Balvin. However Tainy had collaborated with the Colombian singer before having produced the Cardi B featuring J Balvin and Bad Bunny hit "I Like It."
  • The Jake Schreier-directed video starts with Gomez waking up in a giant bed. As she dances and jumps around the expanse of the mattress she encounters J Balvin, Tainy and Blanco, who's dressed as a fluffy teddy bear. The clip ends with the four of them jumping around on the bed. According to Gomez the visual was done in one take.

    Brooklyn-based director Jake Schreier played keyboards for Francis and the Lights for several years and shot their clip for "Friends." He is best known for directing the feature film Paper Towns.


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