"It's Alright" is the last single from Ricky Martin's album Life. The Spanish version is called "Déjate Llevar" ("Indulge"). The single was released on March 7, 2005.
The original version of "It's Alright" contains Ricky Martin vocals only. In 2006, M. Pokora recorded additional vocals in French, and this new version was released as a single in Francophone countries. It was later included on the special edition of M. Pokora's Player album. It was one of the last songs written by singer-songwriter Soraya who died of a relapse of breast cancer later in 2006.
"Déjate Llevar" peaked at number twenty-one on the Hot Latin Songs in the United States.
The solo version of "It's Alright" reached number seventeen in Finland and number sixty-nine on the Dutch Single Top 100.
The duet version of "It's Alright" with M. Pokora peaked at number four on the French Singles Chart and achieved Silver status for more than 100,000 copies sold. It reached also number eleven in Belgium Wallonia and number eighteen in Switzerland.
Shot in New York and in Puerto Rico by Liquid Films, the videos for the English and Spanish versions were directed by Simon Brand and produced by Betinna Abascal, Robert Feliciano and Robert Perkins. Maz Makhani was the director of photography. The videos aired in February 2006.
The Ricky Martin featuring M. Pokora live music video, directed by Gérard Pullicino, aired in April 2006.