Dopamina

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"Dopamina"
Single by Belinda
from the album Carpe Diem
Released January 28, 2011 (2011-01-28)[1]
Format Promo, digital download
Recorded 2009
Genre Electronic, dance-pop
Length 3:15
Label Capitol Latin
Writer(s) Belinda, Nacho Peregrín, Daniel Barkman, Jörgen Ringqvist
Producer(s) Daniel Barkman, Jörgen Ringqvist
Belinda singles chronology
"Egoísta"
(2010)
"Dopamina"
(2011)
"En El Amor Hay Que Perdonar"
(2012)

"Dopamina" (English: "Dopamine"), is a song by Spanish-born Mexican actress and singer-songwriter Belinda released as second and finale single from Carpe Diem on August 10, 2010, on radio stations.[1]

Information[edit]

Dopamina was written by Belinda, along with her father Nacho Peregrín, Daniel Barkman and Jörgen Ringqvist, who collaborated in the songs Wacko and Maldita Suerte.

Tracklist[edit]

Digital download/Promo[2]
  1. "Dopamina" — 3:15

Cultures references[edit]

The song talks about the book, "The Lady of the Camellias", by the French novelist and writer Alexandre Dumas in the verse: << Prefiero aceptar la soledad, que ser la dama de las camelias y morir en la esquizofrenia >>.

Music video[edit]

On August 9, 2010, an unofficial music video was released in her YouTube account directed by Kerry Kendall.[3]

The official music video was filmed on October 23, 2010,[4] at Lagunas de Zempoala.[5] It premiered on February 1[6] through YouTube,[7] and on February 2 on channel Ritmoson Latino in a half hour special that included an interview with Belinda,[8][9] It was released on iTunes on January 28, 2011.[10]

The video will tell a story along with Amor Transgénico, a song dedicated to the gay community, to be released after Dopamina, and you have to see them both so you can understand the whole story.[4][5][11][12] the whole video will last 9 minutes.[4]

Release date[edit]

Date Format Label
January 28, 2011 Digital download[10] Capitol Latin
February 1, 2011 Airplay[6] EMI

Charts[edit]

Chart (2011) Peak
position
Venezuelan Airplay Chart 130[13]

References[edit]

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