Enrique Iglesias Gets Down & Dirty with New Single

We’d love to know what Julio Iglesias thinks about his eldest son’s newest single “Tonight (I’m F**kin’ You)”? After all, Dad was an original Latin Lover, a man who preferred to use innuendo when wooing the ladies. Even at his raunchiest, he was still a gentleman : “To all the girls who cared for me/ Who filled my nights with ecstasy/ They live within my heart/ I’ll always be a part/ Of all the girls I’ve loved before,” he croons in his most famous hit.

Now Enrique is another story. The 35-year-old has taken a completely different (or shall we say, plain ol’ dirty) musical approach to landing chicks—and not everyone is singing along. “Tonight (I’m F**kin’ You), featuring Ludacris, is definitely catchy but the lyrics aren’t exactly subtle: “You know my motivation/ Given my reputation/ Please excuse I don’t mean to be rude/ But tonight I’m f**kin’ you."

And though Enrique told MTV.com that the song is meant to be “fun” and not taken seriously, the 640 (and counting) customer ratings on iTunes have been mostly negative:

“This is just an abomination.” - Number1popstar

“Not a prude, but this song is just awful no matter what lyrics you use. Has E. forgotten his Latin roots and just went crude?!” - wyldgyrl

“Enrique is the only dude that can tell a girl 'Tonight I’m F**kin’ You' & not get smacked across the face! LOL" – Edgar Alas

“I can sum this up in four words – HOW DEGRADING to women!!!!!!!” - imlori444

One thing is for sure, we can’t wait to see the video!

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Grace Bastidas, Deputy Editor

Born and raised in Queens, New York, where more languages are spoken than anywhere in the world, Grace Bastidas is Latina’s Deputy Editor. She oversees lifestyle content, including topics as diverse as career, health and relationships, and occasionally writes about her own experiences in The Good Life section. As a writer, Grace’s work has appeared in The New York TimesNew York magazine, The Wall Street Journal and Travel + Leisure. She is fluent in Spanish.

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