Transcript for Sept. 26, 2000: Ricky Martin talks about his hit 'She Bangs,' and his iconic dance moves
Good to have you can your morning and let's be here so you know your known at your record label is the hardest working man in music. When I don't. A working in danger what they do you have been doing this for seventeen years now and it's part of my life this is addicted. It's fun it's a lot of fun I'm see myself doing anything else this music. I am told that you actually recorded the second album. By taking days off touring your first English speaking out front and that's where did at a retailer had a day off right after the stage for an after the show hope and playing good Miami recorder running to two record. I am very knows you see and I trust on my producers and everybody but I feel like I needed to be there. Love me don't look at that first single off that first English out almost so huge that first album was so huge Q how do you top that you worry about topping matter even the equaling that. Well who were recorded you know you don't look as an artist is that the same person that record at this problem. Two years of like I said before exchanging ideas with a lot of people and it does make a difference. I don't want I wanna compare productions I'm really happen with what I've done. The audience or he is having a really good time with it she bank and I'm afraid to ask you this but what exactly does the title main. Move its own back decision urine who would do this I would they did did that. Nobody is really good benefits for some I'm I'm being asked this question and and maybe a little bit of sexuality is in there but maybe she's kind of she rocks she rocks she has. Where you can make up your own story. What did your music into. Half of this video is underwater afternoon's news and their wander. Its I spend at least. Thirty hours in the water turned should the studio it's it's it took our time. Besides them to visually specs and everything that we've created with computers. I just needed to take a caboose who have this coup will list all say. Hey it's amazing that you are way below do as much as you did all submerged that's right. How does amazing it was it was very very intense work because would be tough doing all that underwater awhile especially in the wonder part because you have no. Communication with your director and you know who's good who's bad we have to go to surface. That's what we'll and you not only shoot for as long as you can hold your breath right I mean well know you have you have here is given that you UT has a new regulator and huge scope and or night. Meeting Arafat yeah but you need to be centered focus because you don't belong to modern U. It should be. Stressful if you're not focused yes so as we look at that city am the one thing that you are struck by is those movies. You are one of the most famous people in music known for his roots you know Paquette into Elvis there. World consumer did not all just right from the higher from me Norah curfew itself. On the hard candidates. I think it's a cultural thing you know. You know coming do you know growing up from Puerto Rico and when when you show to your family a sense of rhythm. They throw a feast threw a party and and that's that's sort of been trying to tell everyone you know that it's it's nothing is not a 1234 kind of thing where you. We've removed completely music is whatever comes with a heart and you know when I when it welcomes these are telling you assume it is in general here it's feel good in the here to do whatever we feel like we wanted to. Just stand still you're not you're not going to be jets and that's it.
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