The song's accompanying music video was released on September 26, 2008. It featured a novela type setting and plot. The music video to remix version was released on November 26, 2008. It features Ivy Queen, as she appears and performs her verses. The song remains the best-selling single by R.K.M & Ken-Y on the iTunes store.
"Te Regalo Amores" was written by Jose Nieves and Kenny Vazquez, the duo known artistically as R.K.M & Ken-Y. It was produced by the Puerto Rican reggaetón production duo Mambo Kingz who also produced "Come On", "Puedo Reír", "Presiento", "Cuerpo Sensual", "Si Tú Me Amaras", and "Noche de Dos (Ven)" from the album. The song is a blend of Cumbia and Merengue to form a more lighter Latin pop sound.
On the review for the album, Jason Birchmeier of AllMusic commented, On "El Duo Romantico"'s second album, Ken-Y is given much of the spotlight, no surprise given his exceptional popularity. For instance, on the album's standout single, the cumbia-styled "Te Regalo Amores," R.K.M. isn't even heard from until over two minutes into the song, when he breaks into a brief verse that lasts less than 20 seconds and is obscured by a keyboard melody that appears out of nowhere and is so high in the mix, it essentially relegates his rap to background noise. As evidence that not all is fair in the world of R.K.M. & Ken-Y, featured guest Ivy Queen fares better on the album-closing remix of "Te Regalo Amores," where she gets around 30 seconds for her verse and doesn't have to compete with a keyboard melody. According to Hispanic Television, the remix with Ivy Queen is a classic. At the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Latin awards, the song received an award for Urban Song of the Year.