|Single by Gina G|
|from the album Fresh!|
|Released||26 May, 1997 (UK)|
|Gina G singles chronology|
"Ti Amo" is a 1997 song recorded by Australian singer Gina G. It was released as the fourth single from her debut album, Fresh! . The song was written by her with Mark Taylor and Paul Barry. It was a number-one hit in Romania and peaked at number 11 in the United Kingdom. Gina G performed the song on the British music chart television programme Top of the Pops .
The song received positive reviews. Larry Flick from Billboard wrote, ""Ti Amo" has already scored as a huge hit in Europe and has been getting active play there since last summer—playing at every disco, on every car stereo, and in every home. It's been blasting many away by its exquisite dance beat and Gina G.'s sweetly tuneful voice. The nostalgic lyrics magnetically urge many listeners to long for one more "lazy summer day in the sun." The wonderfully rhythmic drums, melancholic guitars, and background chorus (emphasized by the use of both Italian and English) make "Ti Amo" a pleasure to listen to. It's a single with the potential to blow away the U.S. market."Pop Rescue said "it feels almost like it tries to nod back to Madonna’s La Isla Bonita", adding it as "a nice summery song".
"Ti Amo" was a major hit on several charts, peaking at number-one in Romania. In the United Kingdom, it was Gina's first release to miss the Top 10, entering at number 11 on the UK Singles Chart, on June 1, 1997.The single spent five weeks in the UK Top 75. In Scotland, it was a Top 10 hit, peaking at number 9. On the Eurochart Hot 100, the song reached its highest position as number 47. Outside Europe, "Ti Amo" was a big hit in Israel, peaking at number 8. It did also chart in Australia, where it reached number 113.
The music video of "Ti Amo" was directed by Swedish director Matt Broadley.
In the video Gina G. plays an unhappy woman who are being watched by her mafia man and his men. She is locked up in her room, sitting in front of the mirror. She manages to run away and rides on a white horse to her secret lover. Her man are following her, but loses sight of her. We see Gina G. meeting her hot latino lover. They dance tango by a burning fire. They embrace each other. An old man have seen her ride by his house, but when the mafia man and his men asks if he has seen her, the old man is pretending he has not seen her. At the end of the video we see Gina G. leaving her lover, riding home. And when her man and his men comes home again, she is lying on her bed in her room.
UK: CD maxi (WEA0107CD1)
UK: CD maxi (WEA107CD2)
|Australia (ARIA Charts)||113|
|Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)||14|
|Europe (Eurochart Hot 100)||47|
|Israel (Israel Top-30)||8|
|Romania (Romanian Top 100)||1|
|Scotland (Official Charts Company)||9|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||11|
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The singles discography of Gina G consists of eight singles, the majority of which were taken from her debut album Fresh!. Her debut single "Ooh Aah... Just A Little Bit" was a #1 hit in the UK and following its success further singles, detailed below, were released.
"I Belong to You" is a 1996 song recorded by Australian singer Gina G from her debut album, Fresh!. It was released in October 1996 as the follow-up to "Ooh Aah... Just a Little Bit" and was her first release to be produced by Metro, who would produce the majority of her singles. The song was written by her with Bill Colbourne. It spent two weeks in the UK Top 10 peaking at number 6 and spending a further 9 weeks in the Top 75 (and a further 9 weeks in the Top 200.
"Fresh!" is a 1997 song recorded by Australian singer Gina G from her debut album, Fresh!. It was written by her with John Collins, Mark Taylor and Paul Barry. The song was released as the third single by Gina G and released shortly before the parent album. One of the CD releases contained an album teaser narrated by Mark Goodier. The song was Gina's third and last top 10 hit, entering the UK charts at number 6. "Fresh!" spent 7 weeks in the Top 75 and a further 6 weeks in the Top 200.
"Gimme Some Love" is a 1997 song recorded by Australian singer Gina G from her debut album, Fresh!. It was the fifth single release by Gina G and the second single to be released in the US. The song was written by her with Bob Wainwright, John Collins, Mark Taylor and Richard Burton. The second UK CD release contained remixes of "Higher Than Love", a Motiv8-produced song from the Fresh! album, which had previously been released on promotional vinyl. "Gimme Some Love" peaked at number 25 spending just two weeks in the UK Top 75 and a further three weeks in the Top 200.