Ricky Martin – La Mordidita ft. Yotuel

La Mordidita is a famous song recorded by the well-known Puerto Rican singer and songwriter Ricky Martin. This song belongs to the singer’s 10th studio album released in 2015 entitled, A Quien Quiera Escuchar. The song was released in 2015 as the 3rd single through Sony Music Latin.

Yotuel and Martin wrote the song. Production of the song was handled under the collaboration of Rayito and Yotuel. It’s an awesome uptempo song based on the prominent elements of Latin pop.

How to Download Ricky Martin – La Mordidita ft. Yotuel

You can download the song from a digital store such as Amazon Music or Apple Music – click on the Download button that is located below this review. If you like Ricky Martin, check out also our review of Vente Pa’ Ca.

The Song Review

Ricky Martin – La Mordidita – the Meaning of the Lyrics

Catching the song lyrics, it is in Spanish, reflecting the great party anthem trend you might have listened to in many Latin hit tracks. Lyrics are effective and sparse for warming up the crowd to the weekend’s upcoming party.

In addition, the text of the song has some juggling of a few best metaphors, which is comparing love, passion, and the symbol of taking care of people. The song’s lyrics even depict the passion for dancing which is also obvious in the video.

Ricky Martin – La Mordidita Video Interpretation

Talking about the music video, it is filmed in the beautiful location of Cartagena, Colombia. The video starts with Martin dancing over the streets, accompanied by the models, dancers and some ballerinas. They are all infected with the “dancing virus” transmitted through a little bite.

As Martin bit a lady, she started dancing, and later on, that bite was followed up from one person to another.

It’s an amazing video with the dramatic feel of telling yourself that dance around and not worry. Catching this video will make you dance as well. The entire depiction of the video is amazingly done in the villa.

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If you have missed catching this beautiful song and its incredible video, then here is the link for you to grab it now! Go for it and groove on the song!

About Ricky Martin

Ricky Martin is a famous singer, talented actor, and a brilliant songwriter from Puerto Rican. His original name is Enrique Martín Morales. This singer has earned massive popularity due to the versatility he brings to his music. His brilliant discography has spanned multiple genres based on dance, Latin pop, and salsa.

Due to his commercial success, he is popularly nicknamed the “King of Latin Pop” and the “Latin Pop God.”

When he was nine years old, he started his television appearance in commercials. At 12, he made his way into a musical career by becoming a member of the band Menudo. In 1991, he started singing as a solo and got huge recognition with his first studio album entitled Ricky Martin. In 1993, he released Me Amaras, which was a huge success.

Ricky Martin - La Mordidita ft. Yotuel
La Mordidita is a song b the Puerto Rican singer Enrique Martín Morales (1971) with Yotuel Omar Manzanares Romero (1976) from Cuba. Download it now.
7.5 Total Score
Ricky Martin - La Mordidita ft. Yotuel Review Summary

  • It’s a perfect song to groove at a weekend party
  • The beat and bass instrument of the song have made the song incredible to watch
  • Spanish lyrics are not easy to understand
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