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Dopamina Artwork.png
Single by Belinda
from the album Carpe Diem
ReleasedAugust 10, 2010 (2010-08-10)[1]
LabelCapitol Latin
  • Belinda
  • Nacho Peregrín
  • Daniel Barkman
  • Jörgen Ringqvist
  • Daniel Barkman
  • Jörgen Ringqvist
Belinda singles chronology
"En El Amor Hay Que Perdonar"
Music video
"Dopamina" on YouTube
"Dopamina" on YouTube

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


"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".

Track listing[edit]

Promotional single and digital download[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


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


External links[edit]