Andar Conmigo

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"Andar Conmigo"
JulietaVenegasAndarConmigo.jpg
Single by Julieta Venegas
from the album
Released 2003
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2002 at Una Casa Con Tres Pinos & Soul Records, Madrid, Spain
Genre Latin pop, Pop rock
Length 3:17
Label RCA International
Writer(s) Julieta Venegas, Coti Sorokin
Producer(s) Coti Sorokin, Julieta Venegas
Julieta Venegas singles chronology
"Hoy No Quiero"
(2000)
"Andar Conmigo"
(2003)
"Lento"
(2004)

"Andar Conmigo" (English: Go Out With Me) is the first single from the Mexican singer Julieta Venegas's third studio album . The song was nominated for Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year.

Song information[edit]

This song was written and produced by Coti Sorokin and Julieta Venegas, who plays the accordion and drum machine with Coti on guitars, bass and vocals (background). It was released as a debut single from her album in 2003, occupying the places on the Billboard # 33 and # 14 on the Hot Latin Tracks and Latin Pop Airplay respectively. It also took first place in Mexican radio ratings for 15 weeks. In 2008, Venegas made a new version of the song for her MTV Unplugged.

Live performance[edit]

In the 6° installment Latin Grammy Award for singing with the band norteña Los Tigres del Norte a popurrí of "El Taxista", "Andar Conmigo (Norteña Version)" and "La Manzanita".[1]

Music video[edit]

The music video was filmed in Buenos Aires under the direction of Santiago Pueyrredon. The video was paid for with Julieta's own money because the label did not want to give her money for the film. The "actors" were friends, relatives and acquaintances of Julieta.

The video depicts a bride in a canteen looking for a partner. She wears a torn dress and no makeup. She walks around the canteen seeing potential partners of all ages. In the end Julieta appears sporting a new dress and makeup, and gives the "yes" to a man bigger than her outside the bar and they kiss.

The video was nominated for "Video of the Year" in 2004 in the MTV VMAla's, but was ultimately won by Cafe Tacvba's Eres.

Track listing[edit]

Digital download[2]
  1. "Andar Conmigo" — 3:15
CD Single[3]
  1. "Andar Conmigo" — 3:17

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart(2004) Peak
position
US Latin Songs (Billboard)[4] 33
US Latin Pop Songs (Billboard)[5] 14

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