Súbeme la radio was released in 2017 with the Turn Up the Radio album. It was released under the Sony Latin and RCA label, produced by Chris Jeday, Carlos Paucar, and Gaby Music. Súbeme la radio was written by Enrique Iglesias, Felix Ortiz, Juan Rivera, and Luis Ortiz. It features Descemer Bueno, the Cuban singer, and Zion and Lennox, reggaeton artists from Puerta Rico.
The song is originally in Spanish, but when translated into English, you can really feel the emotional pour from the artists. The song is about a lover’s remorse or overcoming a heartbreak. Súbeme La Radio captures the events after someone you love. Even though the subject matter may sadden you, the song is very addictive with its upbeat tones.
How to Download Enrique Iglesias – Súbeme la Radio ft. Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox
You can download the song form a digital store such as Amazon Music or Apple Music. Click on the Download button at the end of this review. If you fancy Enrique Iglesias, check out also his other hit song Bailando.
The Song Review
Súbeme La Radio Video
We are greeted with black and white story development. The setting switches to Enrique Iglesias warming up the concert crowd. There are genuine exchanges of emotions as he meets his fans. They cannot believe their eyes while hugging and admiring Iglesias. There is drone footage of a Spanish neighborhood with native architecture and heavy traffic. Iglesias stands at the building edge, looking down.
The majority of the song is performed by the primary and featured artists in a rusted school fan. One by one, each artist faces the camera to deliver the lyrics. After performing their lyrics, the artists disappear behind their colleague.
We are introduced to a street carnival in the next frame. Iglesias navigates through the crowd, looking for her love interest. She is seen throughout the video with luscious curly hair, a green top, and black shorts. She and Iglesias dance on rooftops, by the coastline, and even on the rusted school bus.
Halfway through the video, there are further shots of fans meeting with their favorite musicians. They scream and wave at Iglesias to notice them. However, they are kept separate from the musicians by their hired security. The entire video is filled with an overdose of dancing, singing, and dreams coming true.
Súbeme La Radio Highlights Music as an Ever-living Art
The featured artist aimed to portray women in a positive light without any malicious intentions. Musicians understand their influence and wish to improve the societal misconceptions or violence you sometimes hear and watch in the pop genre.
The song accurately represents celebrities’ and musicians’ influence over the general public. Their fans worship and idolize them, as clearly seen in the Súbeme la radio video. Iglesias somehow managed to capture raw emotions in lyrics and the music video. It shows how music has the ability to touch souls, regardless of wherever you are from.
Who Is Enrique Iglesias?
Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler was born in 1975 in Madrid. His parents, Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler, were well-recognized members of society. They were also singers, so it made sense Enrique would follow in their footsteps.
When Iglesias was a toddler, his grandfather was kidnapped. Iglesias’ parents decided to send him to Miami to live with his father to protect their child. However, since his father was also on tour, he couldn’t attend to his son. Therefore, most of the caretaking was performed by his nanny, who Iglesias would dedicate his first album later on.
Iglesias was already becoming like his father when he was a teenager. He would follow around his father on tour while also balancing school. Julio had enrolled his son at a private school, where he would write songs and was an active member of the art department. After school, he and his friends would sing for a small crowd in Miami restaurants. These activities were not known by his parents.
After graduating, Iglesias took admission at the University of Miami. He was studying business, but the music in his veins wanted him to become a musician, so he proceeded with that route.