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"Looking for Paradise" Single by Alejandro Sanz featuring Alicia Keys from the album Paraíso Express Released September 23, 2009 (download) Format Digital download Recorded 2008-2009 (Barcelona, Spain) (New York City) Genre Latin, R&B Length 4:41 Label WEA Latina Writer(s) Alejandro Sanz, Alicia Keys Producer Alejandro Sanz, Tommy Torres, Bob Clearmountain, Swizz Beatz [1] Alejandro Sanz singles chronology "En La Planta De Tus Pies" (2007) "Looking for Paradise" (2009) "Desde Cuándo" (2010) Alicia Keys singles chronology "Doesn't Mean Anything" (2009) "Looking for Paradise" (2009) "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart" (2009) "Looking for Paradise" is a 2009 single by singer Alejandro Sanz which features Alicia Keys. It is the first single from Sanz's eighth studio album, Paraíso Express. Released through Warner Music via music download on September 23, 2009. Contents 1 Music Video 2 Release 3 Chart performance 4 Charts 4.1 Peak positions 4.2 Chart procession and succession 5 References Music Video The music video was directed by Gil Green, and filmed in Barcelona, Spain during September. Release The single was first released to a members-only section of Sanz's fan club website on September 18, 2009, as a preview of the material; being completely released five days before through digital download. Sanz said Billboard about the record: "I told Tommy Torres that I wanted it to have a very British pop sound with the rock touch that the songs call for,... Tommy did a perfect interpretation in that sense. Everything flowed in a very natural way."[1] In Brazil, the song was included in the international soundtrack of Tempos Modernos.[2] Chart performance The song entered the U.S. Billboard charts on the week of October 10, 2009. It debuted at #10 on the Latin Pop Songs chart. On the next week, it rise to #4; at #21 on the Hot Latin Songs chart and later, the song was the airplay gainer, rising to #9, on its third week rise again to #7; and at #32 on the Tropical Songs chart. The song, so far, peaked at #67 on the Billboard Radio Songs chart. On the week of November 14, 2009, the song went to #1 on the Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart and Tropical Songs chart. A week later, the song finally went to #1 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. This was Keys' first number one on all three charts, which also made her the first African-American of non-Hispanic origin to reach #1 on the Hot Latin Tracks. Charts Peak positions Chart (2009) Peak position Spain (PROMUSICAE)[3] 1 European Hot 100 Singles[citation needed] 80 U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs[4] 1 U.S. Billboard Tropical Songs[4] 1 U.S. Billboard Heatseekers Songs[4] 8 U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 4 Venezuelan Latin Chart[5] 1 Chart procession and succession Preceded by "Kalemba (Wegue-Wegue)" by Buraka Som Sistema Spanish Singles Charts number-one single November 23, 2009 Succeeded by "Kalemba (Wegue-Wegue)" by Buraka Som Sistema Preceded by Esclavo de Sus Besos by David Bisbal U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay number-one single November 14, 2009 - January 9, 2010 Succeeded by Se Me Va la Voz by Alejandro Fernandez Preceded by "Esclavo de Sus Besos" by David Bisbal U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs number-one single November 21, 2009 December 5, 2009 Succeeded by "Gracias a Tí by Wisin & Yandel featuring Enrique Iglesias Preceded by "Ojos Que No Ven" by Alexis & Fido Venezuelan Latin Chart number-one single November 26, 2009 Succeeded by "Lloro Por Ti (Remix)" by Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin & Yandel References ^ a b "Alejandro Sanz Recruits Alicia Keys, Sets Date For 'Paradise'" ^ "Teledramaturgia". Retrieved October 20, 2010.  ^ " – ALEJANDRO SANZ / ALICIA KEYS – LOOKING FOR PARADISE" Canciones Top 50. Hung Medien. ^ a b c Alejandro Sanz > Billboard Chart History ^ ""Looking for Paradise" Venezuelan Latin Chart number-one". Retrieved 2010-06-05.  v · d · eAlejandro Sanz Studio albums Los chulos son pa' cuidarlos · Viviendo Deprisa · Si Tú Me Miras · 3 · Más · El Alma Al Aire · No Es Lo Mismo · El tren de los momentos · Paraíso Express Live albums Básico · MTV Unplugged · El tren de los momentos: en vivo Desde Buenos Aires Compilations Discografía completa: edición especial gira 98 · Lo esencial de... Alejandro Sanz · Grandes Éxitos 1991–2004 Related articles Discography · Albums v · d · eAlicia Keys singles Songs in A Minor "Fallin'" • "A Woman's Worth" • "How Come You Don't Call Me" • "Girlfriend" The Diary of Alicia Keys "You Don't Know My Name" • "If I Ain't Got You" • "Diary" • "Karma" Unplugged "Unbreakable" • "Every Little Bit Hurts" As I Am "No One" • "Like You'll Never See Me Again" • "Teenage Love Affair" • "Superwoman" The Element of Freedom "Doesn't Mean Anything" • "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart" • "Empire State of Mind (Part II) Broken Down" • "Un-Thinkable (I'm Ready)" • "Put It in a Love Song" • "Wait Til You See My Smile" Other singles "Gangsta Lovin'" • "My Boo" • "Ghetto Story Chapter 2" • "Another Way to Die" • "Empire State of Mind" • "Looking for Paradise" • "Fireworks" · "All of the Lights"