"La Mordidita" is a popular song by Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin, featuring Cuban rapper Yotuel. It was released in 2015 as the second single from Ricky Martin's tenth studio album, "A Quien Quiera Escuchar."

"La Mordidita" is an upbeat and catchy Latin pop and reggaeton track with elements of dance and salsa. The song's title translates to "The Little Bite" in English. The lyrics of the song celebrate the sensuality and passion of dancing with someone, using the metaphor of taking a "little bite" of each other while dancing.

The song was written by Ricky Martin, Yotuel, Beatriz Luengo, and Pedro Capó, with production by Yotuel and RedOne. It features Ricky Martin's smooth and energetic vocals, combined with Yotuel's rap verses, creating a dynamic and vibrant collaboration.

Upon its release, "La Mordidita" achieved commercial success and positive reception from both music critics and audiences. It became a hit in Latin America and reached high positions on various music charts, becoming one of Ricky Martin's successful songs in his discography.

The music video for "La Mordidita" features Ricky Martin performing the song in a colorful and energetic party setting, surrounded by dancers and a lively atmosphere, capturing the song's themes of joy, passion, and sensuality.

"La Mordidita" represents Ricky Martin's continued exploration of Latin pop and dance genres, showcasing his charismatic and captivating stage presence. Its catchy melody, infectious rhythm, and the blend of Ricky Martin's vocals with Yotuel's rap verse have made it a favorite among fans of Latin pop and reggaeton music. The song's success further solidified Ricky Martin's reputation as one of the leading artists in the Latin music industry.