Odio Amarte

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"Odio Amarte"
Single by Ha*Ash
from the album Ha*Ash
Released13 April 2003 (2003-04-13)
Recorded2002 - 2003
Length3:30 (studio version 2003)
4:26 (live version 2014)
LabelSony Music Latin
Producer(s)Áureo Baqueiro (studio version)
(live version)
Ha*Ash singles chronology
"Odio Amarte"
"Estés en Donde Estés"
Music video
"Odio Amarte" on YouTube

"Odio Amarte" (transl. "I Hate to Love You") is the debut single by American duo Ha*Ash. It was first included on Ha*Ash's first studio album "Ha*Ash" (2003) where it was released as the first single on April 13, 2003 and then included on their live album "Primera Fila: Hecho Realidad" (2014). It was written by Ashley Grace, Hanna Nicole and Áureo Baqueiro and produced by Baqueiro.

Background and release[edit]

"Odio Amarte" was written by Ashley Grace, Hanna Nicole and Áureo Baqueiro and produced by Baqueiro.[1][2] It serves as the two track to her first studio album Ha*Ash (2003),[3][4] and then recorded live for his live album Primera Fila: Hecho Realidad in 2014.[5][6][7]

Commercial release[edit]

The track peaked at number 2 in the Monitor Latino charts in the Mexico.[8]

Music video[edit]

A music video for "Odio Amarte" was released in 2003.[9][10] Was published on her YouTube channel on April 24, 2010.[11]

The second music video for "Odio Amarte" recorded live for his album "A Tiempo" edition deluxe (DVD) was released on 2012.[12][13]

The third music video for "Odio Amarte", recorded live for the live album Primera Fila: Hecho Realidad, was released on May 8, 2015. It was directed by Nahuel Lerena.[14] The video was filmed in Estudios Churubusco, City Mexico.[15][16][17]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from AllMusic and Genius.[18][7][2]

Recording and management

  • Recording Country: México
  • Sony / ATV Discos Music Publishing LLC / Westwood Publishing
  • (P) 2003 Sony Music Entertainment México, S.A. De C.V. (studio version)
  • (P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment México, S.A. De C.V. (live version)


  • Ashley Grace  – songwriting, vocals, guitar (studio version / live version)
  • Hanna Nicole  – songwriting, vocals, guitar (studio version / live version)

Additional personnel

  • Áureo Baqueiro  – songwriting, recording engineer, arranger, director (studio version)
  • Armando Ávila  – guitar, acoustic guitar, recording engineer (studio version)
  • Rodolfo Cruz  – recording engineer (studio version)
  • Áureo Baqueiro  – songwriting (live version)
  • Pablo De La Loza  – co-producer, co-director (live version)
  • George Noriega  – producer (live version)
  • Tim Mitchell  – producer (live version)

Official versions[edit]

  1. Odio Amarte (Album Version 2003).[4]
  2. Odio Amarte (Live Version - Album Primera fila: Hecho Realidad) 2014.[19]


Chart Position
México (Monitor Latino)[8] 2


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  2. ^ a b Ha-Ash – Odio amarte, retrieved 2019-08-04
  3. ^ Orozco, Gisela. "Ha*Ash alista su debut en Chicago". chicagotribune.com. Retrieved 2019-08-04.
  4. ^ a b Ha-Ash by Ha-Ash, retrieved 2019-07-10
  5. ^ HA-ASH Primera Fila - Hecho Realidad by Ha-Ash, retrieved 2019-07-10
  6. ^ "Ha*Ash se convierte en el grupo más joven en grabar un álbum bajo el concepto "Primera Fila" – Seitrack US". Retrieved 2019-08-03.
  7. ^ a b Ha-Ash – Odio amarte (En vivo), retrieved 2019-08-04
  8. ^ a b "Ha-Ash". www.top10.com.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-08-04.
  9. ^ Odio Amarte de Ha-Ash (in Spanish), retrieved 2019-08-04
  10. ^ "¿Recuerdas cómo fue el primer videoclip de Ha*Ash?". Ritmo Romántica (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-08-04.
  11. ^ HA-ASH - Odio Amarte, retrieved 2019-08-04
  12. ^ Odio Amarte (Primera Llamada) [En Vivo] by Ha-Ash, retrieved 2019-08-04
  13. ^ HA-ASH - Odio Amarte ((En Vivo)(Video)), retrieved 2019-08-04
  14. ^ LAS 2, PATRICIA COSTA/ABIERTO HASTA (2016-03-28). "Ha*Ash: "Nos ha tocado conocer el mundo juntas"". RTVE.es (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-07-07.
  15. ^ "Ha*Ash graba primera producción en vivo | La República EC". La RepúblicaEC (in Spanish). 2014-07-09. Retrieved 2019-07-07.
  16. ^ "Ha*Ash, más que hermanas". Excélsior (in Spanish). 2015-01-29. Retrieved 2019-08-03.
  17. ^ HA-ASH - Odio Amarte (Primera Fila - Hecho Realidad [En Vivo]), retrieved 2019-08-04
  18. ^ "Ha*Ash - Ha*Ash". Discogs (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-07-10.
  19. ^ HA-ASH Primera Fila - Hecho Realidad by Ha-Ash, retrieved 2019-08-03