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INNA - Caliente Official Music Video


Music critics gave mixed reviews of the song, with one praising its dance style and another one criticizing it as mediocre. To promote the track, an accompanying music video was shot by both Hamid Bechiri and John Perez in Costa Rica, the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It was uploaded onto Inna's official YouTube channel on 13 May 2012 and features the appearance of Brazilian model and disc jockey Jesus Luz. The singer performed "Caliente" twice at the World Trade Center Mexico City in 2012 and 2016. Commercially, it reached number 84 in Romania and position 99 in Italy.




INNA - Caliente | Official Music Video



Inna performed the song on the roof of a building in Mexico City on 25 June 2012 as part of her "Rock the Roof" series,[14] and at the World Trade Center Mexico City in September 2012 along with other material from I Am the Club Rocker.[15] The singer also performed "Caliente" in the same location four years later.[16] An accompanying music video for "Caliente" was uploaded onto Inna's official YouTube channel on 13 May 2012.[17] It was filmed by both Hamid Bechiri and John Perez at a beach and waterfall in Costa Rica, the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean in early April 2012 during a span of three days, featuring Brazilian model and disc jockey Jesus Luz.[3][18][19] The artists have previously met in a concert in Russia.[19]


The visual starts with Luz getting out of a body of water, followed by Inna swimming and her posing in front of rocks wearing a black bathing suit. She is also shown sporting a silver petticoat, and Luz appears to run to her through the waves. Subsequently, he secretly watches the singer behind a rock before both are presented standing close to each other. The music video continues in a similar style and ends with Inna running to the water wearing black clothing. Cut scenes show her and Luz climbing rocks and posing at the camera.[17] Spanish website Coverlia called the clip a "paradisiac video", further praising Inna's looks.[6] Portal Excite compared it to the visual of Jennifer Lopez's "I'm Into You" (2011),[11] with Revista Tango labelling it as "erotic".[20]


Music critics praised the song's catchiness and called it suitable for night clubs. "In Your Eyes" was also nominated for an award in the Pop/Dance Song of the Year category at the 2014 Radio România Actualități Awards. To promote the track, an accompanying music video was shot by Barna Nemethi in Bucharest and Miami, uploaded onto Inna's official YouTube channel on 16 October 2013. It makes use of neon colors and features pole dance, with reviewers comparing it to the visual of Rihanna's "Pour It Up" (2013). The singer also performed "In Your Eyes" on various occasions. Commercially, it reached the top 50 in Turkey, Poland, Spain and Romania.


An accompanying music video for "In Your Eyes" was shot by Barna Nemethi in late August 2013 in Bucharest, with John Perez acting as the director of photography.[16] It was uploaded onto Inna's official YouTube channel on 16 October 2013.[2] Scenes with Yandel were filmed separately in Miami in early September 2013. According to Nemethi, the concept of the clip is "simple" and "minimal", with it being influenced by Springbreakers (2013) and material by Die Antwoord.[16]


The music video commences with Inna wearing a pink leotard, following which she and other women practice pole dancing. Subsequently, the singer appears in black hotpants and a blonde blouse in front of a neon-lightened X sign in the background, flirting with one male. For the first refrain, she and her background dancers perform hand choreography. Following this, Inna and others are seen on what appears to be a runaway, with rain coming out from above; similar neon signs are shown in the background. After Yandel's cameo appearance, the video ends with Inna and her dancers further performing to the track. Cut scenes show the singer dancing and performing a slut drop in front of a wet glass surface.[2]


Pure Charts' Yohann Ruelle called the music video "sexy", likening it to that of Rihanna's "Pour It Up" (2013) for the use of light outfits, pole dance sequences and the "play of light, between mist and sensual neon".[6] Alexandra Necula from InfoMusic echoed Ruelle's thought, further noting the use of water effects in both clips.[5] An editor of Libertatea wrote, "The singer appears little dressed, exposing her perfect body. One of the hottest scenes is where Inna appears with a blonde blouse that leaves a part of her breasts in sight to incite the imagination of those who will see the video."[17] 041b061a72


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