"Want Me, Want Me" is Namie Amuro's 28th solo single under the Avex Trax label. It was released in two formats CD and CD&DVD on April 6, 2005. The CD format contained a B-side track and its instrumental while the CD&DVD format had no B-side but came with the music video. It was the last retailed single to precede her sixth studio album, Queen of Hip-Pop (2005). The sitar sample from the song was also featured in the background music to the cycle 8 premiere episode of America's Next Top Model.
Amuro was a guest at the 2005 Kobe Collection, an important fashion event, and the song was unveiled for the first time at the latter. In an interview for the May 2005 edition of Woofin' Magazine, the singer revealed that Want Me, Want Me was a song she had already planned for her next album, but she really liked it so she decided to release it as a single.
"Want Me, Want Me" is best described as a fusion of bhangra and reggaeton music. Its arrangement and composition is most similar to reggaeton music, but it utilizes a sitar sample. The single debuted at #2 and opened with her largest sales figure for a single since her 2001 hit, "lovin' it (Namie Amuro & Verbal)."
The video for "Want Me, Want Me" was shot in an undisclosed studio by director Masashi Muto. It involves Amuro and several dancers performing in a flooded room. The room changes between two colors, blue and beige. Extras of various ethnic backgrounds were used as background dancers throughout the video.