Bésame sin miedo

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"Bésame Sin Miedo""
Single by RBD
from the album Celestial
Released 8 June 2007
Recorded 2006
Genre Pop rock, dance-pop
Length 3:32
Label EMI
Writer(s) Jon Ingoldsby
Chico Bennett
Producer(s) Pedro Damián, (executive)
RBD singles chronology
"Celestial"
(2007)
"Bésame Sin Miedo"
(2007)
"Dame"
(2007)
Audio sample
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Celestial track listing
"Quizá"
(5)
"Bésame sin miedo"
(6)
"Tu dulce voz"
(7)
Celestial (Versão Brasil) track listing
"Sua Doce Voz"
(6)
"Beija-me Sem Medo"
(7)
"Quem Sabe"
(8)

"Bésame Sin Miedo" (English: Kiss Me Without Fear) is a song recorded by the Mexican pop group RBD for their third Spanish studio album Celestial. The Portuguese version of the song appears on the group's studio album Celestial (Versão Brasil).

Release[edit]

"Bésame Sin Miedo" is the third worldwide single from the RBD album "Celestial". The song went to Latin radio stations in early August. The song was promoted more than the previous single "Celestial" in the U.S, with the band touring in the U.S..[citation needed] In the U.S, the group premiered the song on the 2007 Premios Juventud.

Music video[edit]

The video for the song was shot in Transylvania while the group was touring in Europe. The official music video was shot on June 13 at Bran Castle, better known as Dracula's Castle, in Transylvania, Romania. The music video was released August 28, 2007 in OpenDisc and was officially released on August 29, 2007 in the Official RBD website.[1] The video starts off with RBD in a bus on the way to Dracula's Castle. On the way, the guys pick up some girls and take them with them. In the Castle, the group sits around playing "spin the bottle," and then begin kissing their romantic parters one by one. It ends with Anahi getting bit by a vampire.

Chart performance[edit]

In its second week on the chart, the song was bulleted to number on the Billboard Latin Pop Airplay. It has reached the number 8 position for two weeks ever since, being dropped one position due the fact Juanes' "Me Enamora" debuted at number 1.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs 30
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay 8

References[edit]

  1. ^ "RBD News". grupo-rbd. Retrieved 2012-08-02.