Album: Sex + Love (2013)
Charted: 80


  • The third single by Enrique Iglesias off his second bilingual album, this song features the American singer-songwriter and the lead vocalist of Aventura, Romeo Santos.
  • The song peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at #80, becoming Enrique's highest-charting Spanish song as yet. It surpassed "Cuando Me Enamoron," which reached #89.
  • A Banda version of the song was recorded which features the Mexican recording artist Roberto Tapia. Iglesias also re-released the track for the Spanish market on December 17, 2013 with the guest vocals of the Spanish singer-songwriter India Martínez.
  • The video was directed by Yasha Malekzad, who also worked with Iglesias on his music clips for "Turn The Night Up" and "Dirty Dancer." The singer features in the visual with actress Roselyn Sanchez (Rush Hour 2, Act Of Valor) and tough guy actor Danny Trejo (Heat, Con Air). Sanchez previously appeared in the videos for Craig David's "Hidden Agenda" and "Personal" and Fabolous' "Make Me Better."


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