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Baila Mi Corazón

"Baila Mi Corazón"
Single by Belanova
from the album Fantasía Pop
Released July 2, 2007 (Radio Release)
August 20, 2007 (Digital Release)
Format Digital download
Recorded 2007
Genre Electropop, dance-pop
Length 3:36
Label Universal México
Writer(s)
Producer(s)
  • Denisse Guerrero
  • Edgar Huerta
  • Ricardo Arreola
Belanova singles chronology
"Niño"
(2006)
"Baila Mi Corazón"
(2007)
"Toma Mi Mano"
(2007)
Digital Remixes EP Cover
Single (Lounge mix) Cover

"Baila Mi Corazón" (My Heart Dances) is the lead single from Belanova's third studio album, Fantasía Pop. The song premiered on July 2, 2007 in Mexico, followed by release in Argentina, Spain, the United States and the rest of Latin America. The digital download was released on August 20.[1][2] It was hugely successful for the band.

Music video

The video was filmed on July 13, 2007 in Mexico City and was directed by Oliver Castro, who also previously directed Belanova's "Por Tí" music video. It premiered on MTV Latin America on September 6. The video features the band playing the song on several paper-like animated backgrounds, that range from an open green field and a pink sky to a dark night and an open sea.[3] The behind scenes of the music video were aired by TV Azteca on August 11.

Track listing

CD Single

  1. Baila Mi Corazón (Radio Edit) - 3:21
  2. Baila Mi Corazón (Album Version) - 3:36

Remixes (EP)

  1. Baila Mi Corazón (Mario Ochoa Remix) - 4:20
  2. Baila Mi Corazón (Mario Ochoa Remix Club) - 7:40
  3. Baila Mi Corazón (Tom Sawyer) - 4:39
  4. Baila Mi Corazón (Tom Sawyer Club Mix) - 6:36
  5. Baila Mi Corazón (Mijangos Club 80s Mix Radio Edit) - 4:21
  6. Baila Mi Corazón (Mijangos Club 80s Mix) - 7:44
  7. Baila Mi Corazón (Imazué Latin Soul Mix Radio Edit) - 4:06
  8. Baila Mi Corazón (Imazué Latin Soul Remix Club) - 4:21
  9. Baila Mi Corazón (Mijangos & Elorza Radio Edit) - 3:59
  10. Baila Mi Corazón (Mijangos & Elorza Bossa Club Mix) - 5:48

Single (Lounge Mix)

  1. Baila Mi Corazón (Lounge Mix) - 2:59

Charts

Chart (2007) Peak
positions
Spanish ProMusicae Top 20 Airplay Chart[4] 1
Spanish ProMusicae Top 20 Ringtones Chart[5] 19
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay[6] 9
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs[7] 17
U.S. Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay[8] 28
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tropical Airplay[9] 37
Venezuela Pop Rock (Record Report)[10] 3

Certifications

Country Certification Sales
Mexico 9x Platinum+Gold[11] 760,000

References

  1. ^ "Baila Mi Corazón" Digital Download
  2. ^ Belanova on Tarabu
  3. ^ Belanova films their video (Spanish)
  4. ^ Spanish Top 20 Airplay
  5. ^ Spanish Ringtone sales - 8 May 2008
  6. ^ U.S. Latin Pop Airplay
  7. ^ U.S. Hot Latin Songs
  8. ^ Latin Rhythm Airplay Chart
  9. ^ U.S. Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay
  10. ^ "Pop Rock" (in Spanish). Record Report. 2007-12-01. Archived from the original on 2007-07-02. 
  11. ^ "Baila Mi Corazón" - Certications in Mexico

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