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==Critical Response==
 
==Critical Response==
Joan Anderman of The Boston Globe described the song as "scintillating," stating:
 
 
"''Cariño, one of half a dozen tracks Lopez co-wrote, has real sex appeal – the pre-MTV variety that flows from a hot tangle of horns and a glistening mambo – and it infuses Lopez's singing with uncharacteristic passion.''"
 
 
Jim Derogatis of Chicago Sun-Times praised it for showcasing Jennifer's "''Puerto Rican heritage''" while a writer from the Contra Costa Times described the song as "''Latin-flavored''" and "''effective.''"
 
 
Despite this, Craig D. Lindsey writing for Houston Press, felt that Jennifer "''tries her best to be distinctive''" when she "''soothes her Latino listeners''" with "Cariño."
 
 
In a review of its parent album J.Lo, a writer from the Daily Nebraskan stated that "Cariño" and "Si Ya Se Acabó" showcase Jennifer's "''definite talent.''"
 
 
 
==Live Performance==
 
==Live Performance==
 
During Jennifer's Let's Get Loud concerts which took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum (which was also her first concert), she performed "Cariño."
 
During Jennifer's Let's Get Loud concerts which took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum (which was also her first concert), she performed "Cariño."
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