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"Cariño" is a heavily influenced bilingual Latin pop song which runs for a duration of four minutes and fifteen seconds.
Jennifer recorded her vocals for the track with Robert Williams at the Sony Music Studios in New York City.
The song was later mixed by Tony Maserati and mastered by Ted Jensen at the Sterling Sound Studios, New York City.
She stated that "Cariño" is a "''cha-ca-inspired''" "''Latin-y pop track.''"
Jennifer explained the term "Cariño" to mean "''love and affection.''" Speaking of the lyrics, she stated:
"''It's when you touch and it's very affectionate. You can also call someone cariño. It's just a term of affection.''"
The song is built around an interpolation of Cuban percussionist Mongo Santamaria's 1976 song "Sofrito."
In the chorus for "Cariño" (which includes several of Jennifer's sexual "''emotive cries''"), she tells her lover that she "''gotta have''" his love and needs to feel his touch, stating that she could "''never get enough, cariño, cariño.''"
Furthermore, the song contains horn and Mambo horn sections. Additionally, "Cariño" features a heavily Latin-influenced live rhythm section.
==Critical Response==
==Critical Response==
Joan Anderman of The Boston Globe described the song as "scintillating," stating:
Joan Anderman of The Boston Globe described the song as "scintillating," stating:
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