Rihanna – Te Amo Review
“Te Amo” is taken from Barbadian singer Rihanna’s 4th studio album “Rated R”. It was released on 8 June, 2010 by Def Jam Recordings as the album’s fifth single. It was produced by Stargate, and written by Robyn Fenty, James Fauntleroy, Tork Erik Hamansen and Mikkel S. Eriksen. The official music video was released in 2010 and directed by Anthony Mandler.
“Te Amo” received mix reviews from music critics. Fraser McAlpine reviewed that “It can outdated, aged tale: Woman satisfies woman. Woman talks various dialect in order to woman. Woman enjoys woman. Woman does not really like woman. Woman unfortunate. We have almost all already been through it, correct? As well as Rihanna’s grabbed which sensation superbly as well as the girl really offers, despite the fact that We audio extremely insincere about this”.
Rober Copsey from “Digital Spy” commented “Following the instead specific ‘Rude Boy’ strategy, Rihanna’s having a well-deserved crack through titillating the actual men right here : just to discover their self the thing associated with an additional woman’s ailments. Among the girl Rate R much less threatening occasions, ‘Te Amo’ discovers Fenty grappling ready libido more than a few amazing, Latin-infused Stargate is better than”.
“Te Amo” ranked at number 5 on the UK R&B Chart, at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart, at number 48 on the Swedish Sverigetopplistan Chart, at number 21 on the Scottish Singles Chart, at number 31 on the Dutch Top 40 Chart, at number 16 on the Irish Singles Chart, at number 18 on the European Hot 100 Singles Chart and at number 66 on the Canadian Hot 100.