"Amame" is the fourth and final single released from the Entre a Mi Mundo album by Selena.
Ámame is the title of the 1989 studio album released by the Puerto Rican salsa band, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico. The album became the group's fifth #1 album to top the Billboard Tropical Albums chart. Ironically, El Gran Combo turn in quite a memorable effort with Amame, despite the romantic/erotic wave that was hitting the salsa trend in the late '80s. Rafael Ithier wisely used arrangers Louis Garcia and Ernesto Sanchez to add extra color and variations to a firmly established sound. The title tune, "Aguacero," "Brindis a la Vida," and "Todo Bien" are gleeful tunes, the antithesis of the not-so-durable erotic trend that evolved into a strictly romantic styling.
Amame (Love Me) may refer to one of the following:
- Amame, 1988 album by La Mafia
- Amame (El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico), 1989 album by El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
- "Amame" (song), 1993 song by Selena.
- "Ámame, 2003 song by Alexandre Pires