I Like How It Feels

Album: Sex + Love (2011)
Charted: 74
  • This whistle-heavy track was premiered on NRJ radio September 9, 2011 and officially released on September 27, 2011. It was originally intended to be the lead single from a reissue of Iglesias' album Euphoria, but the release was cancelled after poor chart performance from the song.
  • The song was produced and co-written by frequent Lady Gaga collaborator RedOne and features Cuban American rapper Pitbull. It finds the two Latin recording artists celebrating being upbeat and enjoying life.
  • Iglesias previously collaborated with Pitbull and RedOne on his 2010 hit single "I Like It." Iglesias said of Pitbull in an interview with Billboard magazine. "We get along personally but also musically, which for me is very rare. We live in the same city, meet up constantly, go to dinner and always listen to music."
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