Lolita (Belinda Peregrín song)

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"Lolita"
Song by Belinda from the album Carpe Diem
Released March 2, 2010
Format Digital download
Recorded 2009 - 2010
Genre Pop rock
Length 3:26
Label Capitol Latin
Writer Jimmy Harry, Belinda, Nacho Peregrín, Alaina Beaton[1]
Producer Jimmy Harry

"Lolita" is a song by Mexican singer Belinda, released as the first promotional single from her third studio album Carpe Diem.[2]

The song was composed by Jimmy Harry, Alaina Beaton, Belinda and Nacho Peregín.

Cultural references[edit]

The song refers to the 1955 novel of the same name in the line "Sin duda Nabokov fue el que me escribió", which literally translates as "Without a doubt, Nabokov was the one who wrote me."

Niñas mal[edit]

Lolita was used as the opening theme of MTV Latin America's soap opera Niñas mal - Bad Girls in English - which premiered on September 10, 2010.[3][4] A music video was filmed and shown on the channel on August 23, 2010.[3]

Music video[edit]

The music video was filmed in July, 2010 in Bogotá, Colombia and was directed and produced by MTV's creative team. It shows the main characters of the soap opera "Niñas Mal" causing chaos in a supermarket.[3]

Release[edit]

The song was released as a digital download via the iTunes Store on March 2, 2010.[5][6]

Service Date Format Label
iTunes March 2, 2010 Digital download[7] Capitol Latin

Tracklist[edit]

iTunes Digital download[5][6]

  1. "Lolita" (Jimmy Harry, Belinda, Nacho Peregrín & Alaina Beaton) — 3:26

Versions[edit]

  • Lolita (Album Version)
  • Lolita (Niñas Mal version)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Venezuelan Airplay Chart[8] 80
Venezuelan Latin Airplay Chart[9] 14

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lolita Allmusic
  2. ^ Carpe Diem, nuevo disco de Belinda
  3. ^ a b c MTV LATINOAMÉRICA ESTRENARÁ EL PROMO DE NIÑAS MAL CON LA CANCIÓN LOLITA DE BELINDA
  4. ^ Lolita de Belinda. la canción de la telenovela Niñas mal
  5. ^ a b Lolita - Single iTunes USA
  6. ^ a b Lolita - Single iTunes México
  7. ^ "Count Down to Belinda Carpe Diem". Retrieved March 2, 2010. 
  8. ^ Venezuelan Top 100 > Ascensos de la Semana - Week of 06/11/2010. Recordreport.com.ve Retrieved 2010-11-05
  9. ^ Venezuelan Latin Chart - Week of 06/11/2010. Recordreport.com.ve Retrieved 2010-11-05

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