Enrique Iglesias: ‘I Like How It Feels’ Featuring Pitbull.

 Latin superstar, Enrique Iglesias really has been keeping busy since the release of his ninth studio album “Euphoria” last year. The album since has sold more than 3.5 million copies worldwide and spawned four worldwide hit singles. Now the 36-year-old singer-songwriter is looking to finally re-release the album this November. The reissue will include new bonus track and his new single “I Like How It Feels.” The Dr. Luke-produced track sees Enrique reuniting with his “I Like It” collaborator and current tourmate, Pitbull. Together the duo have crafted another club-ready anthem that is for sure destined to top the charts everywhere soon. Be sure to check it out, Enjoy!

DOWNLOAD: I Like How It Feels (Featuring Pitbull)

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  1. Steve

    Another song with whistling in the hook!!! This is like the 6th hit song in the past 5 months with whistling in the hook! I think I can safely say this is becoming a trend. We have “I wanna Go”, “Good Life”, “Pumped Up Kicks”, “Moves Like Jagger”, “It Girl” (Jason Derulo), and now “I like how it feels”! I might even be missing a few here! 🙂

    1. number1k9

      YES @STEVE I have been noticing the exact same thing. Whistle melodies are everywhere in Pop music nowadays. I’m glad I’m not the only one who is noticing it!

      I hope it doesn’t happen too much more because a few songs is OK, but it’s becoming slightly unoriginal and annoying!

  2. Steve

    I forgot to mention that “The Lazy Song” by Bruno mars should also be on this long list that I listed above that all use whistling in the song. Why is every song doing that now?

  3. bLaine kelley

    i Love enrique, i bought “eupohria” first week, but i think this track is lyrically too cheesy to be a big hit…plus what’s with the re-release now when there was only one actual track from the album released as a single?

  4. @mikiee_

    i feel like it needs more to it the chorus is too simple and very repetitive the verses throughout the whole song are good, a remix may suit it better than the original

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