"Ai Se Eu Te Pego" is a Brazilian Portuguese song by Brazilian singer Michel Teló. It was released in 2011 and quickly became a massive international hit, known for its infectious rhythm and danceable melody.

The song's title roughly translates to "Oh, if I catch you" in English, and its lyrics have a playful and flirtatious tone. The song tells the story of someone who sees an attractive person on the dance floor and wants to dance with them.

"Ai Se Eu Te Pego" became a sensation, particularly in Brazil and across Europe. Its catchy chorus and energetic beat made it a favorite for dance parties and sports events. The song's popularity was further propelled by various viral videos and social media challenges, where people from different parts of the world danced to the song's rhythm.

The song's success led to Michel Teló gaining international recognition, and "Ai Se Eu Te Pego" reached high positions on music charts in multiple countries. Its widespread appeal transcended language barriers, and the song became a symbol of summer and festive celebrations.

The song's music video features Michel Teló and a lively crowd, capturing the carefree and fun spirit of the track. "Ai Se Eu Te Pego" is remembered as one of the most successful Brazilian songs of the 21st century and remains a popular choice for parties and dance events.