Esclavo de Sus Besos

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"Esclavo de Sus Besos"
Single by David Bisbal
from the album Sin Mirar Atrás
Released 24 August 2009[1]
Format Airplay, promo, digital download
Recorded 2009
Genre Latin pop, soft rock
Length 3:57
Label Universal
Writer(s) José Abraham, Juana Lugo[2]
Producer(s) Armando Avila[2]
David Bisbal singles chronology
"Aquí Estoy Yo"
"Esclavo de Sus Besos"
"Mi Princesa"

"Esclavo de Sus Besos" (English: Slave of her kisses) is a song performed by Spanish singer David Bisbal. It was written by José Abraham / Juanma Leal. The song was released as the lead single from Bisbal's fourth studio album Sin Mirar Atrás in August 2009.[1][2]

The song debuted in the Spanish Singles Chart in the week of 30 August 2009 at number six, being the highest debut for the week.[3] Three weeks later the track peaked at number-one during four consecutive weeks.[4] In United States the song debuted in the charts in the week of September 26, 2009 climbing to the top ten of the Billboard Top Latin Songs chart four weeks later.[5] "Esclavo de Sus Besos" peaked at number-one on 31 October 2009 replacing "Loba" by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira, being succeeded by fellow Spanish performer Alejandro Sanz three weeks later.[6][7] The song became Bisbal's third number-one hit in the chart, following "¿Quién Me Iba a Decir?" (2006) and "Aquí Estoy Yo", his collaboration with Luis Fonsi, Aleks Syntek and Noel Schajris. The official remix features reggaeton romantic duo Magnate & Valentino, or an urban remix.[8]

Chart (2009) Peak
Spanish Singles Charts[4] 1
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Songs[9] 1
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay[9] 1
U.S. Billboard Tropical/Salsa Airplay[2] 2
U.S. Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles[10] 21


  • Spain: 2xplatinum (+80,000)
  • Argentina: 2xPlatinum (+40,000)
Preceded by
"I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" by Pitbull
Spanish Singles Chart number-one single
20 September 2009 - 11 October 2009
Succeeded by
"Que Nadie" by Manuel Carrasco and Malú
Preceded by
"Loba" by Shakira
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Songs number-one single
October 31, 2009 – November 14, 2009 (first run)
Succeeded by
"Looking for Paradise" by Alejandro Sanz and Alicia Keys
Preceded by
"Looking for Paradise" by Alejandro Sanz and Alicia Keys
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Songs number-one single
November 28, 2009 (second run)


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