Quiero (Anahí song)

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Quiero single cover.jpg
Single by Anahí
from the album Mi Delirio
ReleasedMarch 16, 2010 (2010-03-16) (Spain)
  • Alejandro Landa
  • Fernando Montesinos
Producer(s)Armando Ávila
Anahí singles chronology
"Mi Delirio"
"Me Hipnotizas"
Music video
"Quiero" on YouTube
Mi Delirio track listing
19 tracks
  1. "Mi Delirio"
  2. "Quiero"
  3. "Qué Mas Da"
  4. "Hasta Que Llegues Tú"
  5. "No Te Quiero Olvidar"
  6. "Me Hipnotizas"
  7. "Para Qué"
  8. "Te Puedo Escuchar"
  9. "Él Me Mintió"
  10. "Gira La Vida"
  11. "Hasta Que Me Conociste"
Edition Deluxe
  1. "Alérgico"
  2. "Ni Una Palabra"
  3. "Pobre Tu Alma"
  4. "Aleph"
  5. "Mi Delirio (Version Acustic)"
  6. "Mi Delirio (Version Kinky)"
Colombian Bonus Track
  1. "Alérgico (featuring Noel Schajris)"
Brazilian Bonus Track
  1. "Alérgico (featuring Renne Fernandes)"

"Quiero" (English: "I Want") is a song by Mexican singer Anahí from her fifth studio album Mi Delirio (2009). The song was released as the first single in Spain[1] and third official single overall on March 16, 2010.[2] "Quiero" was nominated as the song of the 2010 in Israel.

Music video[edit]

Anahí on her music video for "Quiero".


A music video was filmed in Los Angeles, California by music video director Ricardo Moreno, co-directed by herself and Guillermo Rosas, with the choreography by American choreographer Robert Rich and animation made in Spain and Philippines.[3]


The video starts off with Anahí walking in the road. Next, she and her love interest are sitting playing with their hands and making a choreography, where with some gestures show indecision about their actions. She is later shown walking in various places, when video comes to an end, it shows a reconciliation as a part of she and her love interest where they finally embrace. The music video was premiered on May 26, 2010 at Los 40 Principales website.[4]

Track listing[edit]

iTunes digital single
  • Alejandro Landa
  • Fernando Montesinos
Armando Ávila3:47

Chart performance[edit]

In Spain, the song debuted at number 43.[5]


Chart (2010) Peak
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[6] 43


External links[edit]