April 4, 2010 by popseeker
It is widely expected that Rihanna will release ‘Te Amo’ as the 3rd single from her latest album, ‘Rated R’ (according to Rihanna Daily), which is a shame because personally I think it’s one of the weaker tracks from the album. I mean it’s alright, but it’s no ‘Shut Up and Drive’, put it that way.
The song means ‘I love you’ in Spanish and does the hispanic feel to it; perhaps she’s going from the Spanish market with this one?
Rihanna is set to perform the song this week on American Idol, with a video following very soon.
Perhaps I’m just bad at judging songs; I wasn’t originally a fan of ‘Rude Boy’ but I love that song more and more with every listen now; but I still maintain this was a poor choice. Her management does seem to have a history of releasing unusual songs as singles; I wouldn’t have released ‘Rehab’ from ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’ personally…
I’d like to see Rockstar 101, G4L or Fire Bomb get a release.