Bombón de Azúcar (song)

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"Bombón de Azúcar"
Bombon de Azucar - single by Ricky Martin.jpg
Mexican 1996 promo single
Single by Ricky Martin
from the album A Medio Vivir
Released October 15, 1996 (1996-10-15)
Format Promo single
Recorded 1995
Genre Latin pop
Length 4:58
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) Mark Kilpatrick, Gustavo Laureano, Carlos Figueroa, John Lengel, Carlos Rolón
Producer(s) K. C. Porter, Ian Blake
Ricky Martin singles chronology
"Cómo Decirte Adiós"
(1996)
"Bombón de Azúcar"
(1996)
"Volverás"
(1997)
"Cómo Decirte Adiós"
(1996)
"Bombón de Azúcar"
(1996)
"Volverás"
(1997)
Music video
"Bombón de Azúcar" (audio) on YouTube

"Bombón de Azúcar" (English: "Sugar Bonbon") is the sixth single from Ricky Martin's album, A Medio Vivir (1995). It was released as a promotional single in the United States on October 15, 1996 and in August 1997 in Spain.

The song reached number twelve on the Latin Pop Airplay in the United States.

The remixes of "Bombón de Azúcar" were produced by Carlos Gutierrez and Marco Figueroa, and featured on the promotional single in 1996. Two of them were included later on the commercial singles in Europe: "María" and "Te Extraño, Te Olvido, Te Amo."

"Bombón de Azúcar" was written by La Secta AllStar in 1995 for Martin. In 1999, the band covered by the song on Bombón de Azúcar album.

Formats and track listings[edit]

US/Mexican promotional CD single

  1. "Bombón de Azúcar" – 4:58
  2. "Bombón de Azúcar" (M+M Classic Club Mix) – 6:14
  3. "Bombón de Azúcar" (M+M Classic Radio Mix) – 4:18
  4. "Bombón de Azúcar" (Disco Solution Remix) – 7:09
  5. "Bombón de Azúcar" (Disco Solution Radio Edit) – 4:10
  6. "Bombón de Azúcar" (Disco Solution Dream Dub) – 5:20

Charts[edit]

Chart (1996–97) Peak
position
Spain (Top 40 Radio)[1] 16
US Latin Pop Songs (Billboard)[2] 12

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fernando Salaverri (September 2005). Sólo éxitos: año a año, 1959–2002 (1st ed.). Spain: Fundación Autor-SGAE. ISBN 84-8048-639-2. 
  2. ^ "Ricky Martin – Chart history" Billboard Latin Pop Songs for Ricky Martin. Retrieved January 9, 2016.