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For other uses, see, me Haces Falta (disambiguation). me Haces Falta " (English: I Miss You ) is a song recorded by American singer.
The song was released on March 23, 2007. Epic Records as the second and final single from the album. "Me Haces Falta" is a latin pop and, r B song about self-loathing.
Its instrumentation consists of drums, cello, bass and guitar. Music critics were complimentary to the song's lyrics and to Lopez's vocals, but dismissed its production.
An accompanying music video for the song was directed. The video portrays Lopez as an undercover FBI agent who surrenders her lover to the police and has regrets afterwards. "Me Haces Falta" was included in the set list of Lopez's co-headling tour with Anthony in 2007.
1, contents, background edit, plans for Lopez to release a Spanish language album materialized in 2004, when Lopez's then-husband. Marc Anthony was finishing up production of his ninth studio album.
Amar Sin Mentiras (2004) with, estfano and Julio Reyes. Lopez went into the recording studio with them to record a song entitled "Escapmonos as a duet with Anthony. She enjoyed working on the song so much that she decided to record a full-length Spanish album; something she had wanted to do for years.
2, prior to breaking out into the music scene in May 1999 with her single ". If You Had My Love Lopez always pictured her music career to be in Spanish. According to Lopez: "My life took a different turn, which was great for.
But my heart was always kind of on the Spanish side." 3, before recording began for her first Spanish album, Lopez recorded and released her fourth English studio album. 4 In early 2006 it was announced that Lopez would release her first Spanish album and her fifth studio album Como Ama una Mujer later that year.
5 The album was produced by Anthony, Estfano and Reyes over a span of three years. According to Estfano, Como Ama una Mujer will "prove critics wrong" from its "big songs that require a voice referring to the critics about Lopez having a "limited" vocal tone.