Fuego (The Cheetah Girls song)

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"Fuego"
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Single by The Cheetah Girls
from the album TCG
Released September 15, 2007
Format Digital download, airplay
Recorded 2006
Genre
Length 3:28
Label Hollywood
Writer(s) Adrienne Bailon, Sabrina Byran, Kiely Williams, J. R. Rotem, Terius Nash
Producer(s) J. R. Rotem
The Cheetah Girls singles chronology
"So Bring It On"
(2007)
"Fuego"
(2007)
"One World"
(2008)

"Fuego" (Spanish for "fire") is a song by The Cheetah Girls and is the second single from their second studio album, TCG. On their official MySpace profile, the girls described the song as a "party anthem" with "Latin influences", and a sample of Lionel Richie's '80's hit single "All Night Long (All Night)".[1] The song was released on September 15, 2007 on Radio Disney. It was later released through digital distribution on October 10, 2007. It peaked at #27 on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart.[2]

Promotion[edit]

As promotion for the single and for the album, the Girls performed "Fuego" on Good Morning America on October 12, 2007 and on The Early Show on October 13, 2007. The song was also featured on the set list for their One World Tour.

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by Marcus Raboy on October 21, 2007 and it premiered on Disney Channel on November 22, 2007. It received heavy rotation on Disney Channel and MTV 3. There is a Spanish version of the video in which there are new scenes and different sequences.

The video revolves around the three girls dancing with a crowd of people at a party. Throughout the video are scenes of the girls dancing while other people are performing a dance routine in front of a red-orange background.

Chart performance[edit]

The song debuted and peak #27 on the Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play during the week of February 28, 2008.[2]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play[2] 27

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label(s)
United States September 15, 2007 Radio Disney/rhythmic top 40 radio Hollywood Records
October 10, 2007 Digital download

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