Que Calor Tengo

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Kat Bein from Billboard described the song as "a steamy banger for peak club hours". Writing for Dancing Astronaut, Farrell Sweeney called it a feel-good song. According to him, it's the perfect trigger to get the listener dancing. He is joined by Remezcla's author Ecleen Luzmila Caraballo who explained that "Que Calor" is "a summer drop that hopes to get the listener dripping on the dancefloor". In parallel, Brian Bonavoglia from DJ Times noted the track as a robust dancefloor anthem with summertime vibes alive. Pol Torà from We Rave You described the song as "a different transposed trap-music chops and traditional reggaeton beats and snares, accompany the vocals throughout the track". He also noted that "Que Calor" is destined to clubbing, endowed with dynamism, movement and Latin lyrics provided by the two singers. Katie Stone from EDM. com said that "Que Calor" is a vibrant track and a melding of cultures with a dancehall-dembow rhythm that looks like El Alfa style. In the same way, Mike Wass from Idolator called the song "a rump-shaking floorfiller with enough hooks to demolish the language barrier. " The flute at the beginning of the track was seen as a cover of 1993 Colombian cumbia classic "Curara" by the Afro-Colombian group Totó la Momposina with modern pop influences. Keely Quinlan from Stereogum described the song as "an oriental-sounding flute plays, an infectious central melody, underscored by a speedy, tinny rhythm section".

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