Te Busqué

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"Te Busque"
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Single by Nelly Furtado featuring Juanes
from the album Loose
B-side "Runaway"
Released 29 June 2007 (2007-06-29)
Format
Recorded 2005
Length 3:38
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s) Lester Mendez
Nelly Furtado singles chronology
"Give It to Me"
(2007)
"Te Busque"
(2007)
"Do It"
(2007)

"Give It to Me"
(2007)
"Te Busque"
(2006)
"Do It"
(2007)
Juanes singles chronology
"No Siento Penas"
(2006) No Siento Penas2006
"Te Busque"
(2006) Te Busque2006
"Mi Libre Canción"
(2006) Mi Libre Canción2006

"Te Busque" is a song by Canadian singer Nelly Furtado from her third studio album Loose (2006), featuring Juanes. The song was written by Furtado, Juanes and Lester Mendez, who produced the song.

Background[edit]

Furtado originally wrote the song in mid-2006 to a beat that Lester Mendez had created, with the verses in English and the choruses in Spanish. She disliked the chorus and discussed it with Juanes, who had collaborated with Furtado on his single "Fotografía" (2003) and who had played at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, where Furtado and Mendez were working. Juanes agreed to co-write a duet with Furtado for the album, and he flew from Mexico to Toronto, Ontario, where they wrote the song in two days. Juanes played electric and acoustic guitar on the track.[1] It was released on 8 July to the iTunes Store in Spain, where it was released as the first single from the album. The main reason for the single's release in Spain was the limited success that hip-hop/R&B-influenced songs in the style of "Promiscuous" and "Maneater", the album's lead singles in North America and the rest of Europe, respectively, achieved in the country.[2] A music video was scheduled to be shot in December 2006, but the video shoot was cancelled due to scheduling conflicts.[2] The song was not officially released in the United States, but it was given airplay on Latin music radio stations and reached number twenty four on Billboard's Latin Pop Airplay chart.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Credits and Personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
Spain (Los 40 Principales)[4] 1
Chart (2007) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[5] 25
Europe (European Hot 100 Singles)[6] 52
Germany (Official German Charts)[7] 16
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[8] 11
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[9] 79
US Latin Pop Songs (Billboard)[10] 24

Release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label Ref.
Germany 29 June 2007 CD single Universal [11]
20 July 2007
[12][13]
27 July 2007 Digital download [14]

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