Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. She then gives out a strict set of reasons with her "booty beauty" as the only reason that the boy wants to "ride" and that a physical encounter would be only be sensational to the guy rather than his love which would be insatiable. The lyrics describe Elise talking about a boy checking her out to try to acquire his sexual desires with her by just what she wears, act and looks, instead of knowing her to date. It depicts Estrada dancing and singing in a plaza in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. In the first week of September the song was still on the charts at number 54 after 17 weeks on the charts.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Notes taken from MetroLyrics  and AllMusic credits. Retrieved from " https: This page was last edited on 23 Novemberat She then gives out a strict set of reasons with her "booty beauty" as the only reason that the boy wants to "ride" and that a physical encounter would be only be sensational to the guy rather than his love which would be insatiable.
With realizing that it's the "stalker", she hangs up and calls her friend saying, "Hey, he called again.
Insatiable (Elise Estrada song)
The video wstrada about a stalker Estrada encounters and talks to through the song. Through all performances of "Insatiable", she is accompanied by a DJ, normally DJ Marquee, in which she opens the song differently and has the crowd singing with chants and screams. July Learn how and when to remove this template message. During the last week of August, the song dropped to number It peaked at number 44 on Canadian Hotand on the Canadian Adult Contemporary Top 40 at number 1 throughout the summer of On the boat, she asks two police officers to find the stalker while the stalker checks out the previous photos only to be caught by the police.
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In the first week of September the song was still on the charts at number 54 after 17 weeks on the charts. The video begins with a cruise boat floating around and her Blackberry phone ringing to her insatizble "Ix-Nay" in which Elise answers.
Insatiable, a song by Elise Estrada on Spotify
It features a hard drum beat, claps, synthesizers, a guitar riff and a heavy bass. She has performed the song twice in the Summer Rush concert in Canada Wonderland in both  and It depicts Estrada dancing and wstrada in a plaza in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia.
However another boy, who seems to be a stalker, heavily breaths into the phone without speaking and takes photos around his room and videos her while near the dock. The song runs at a BPM and is kept at a key of G minor.
The music video was directed by Ali Visnaji. The song sample's Prince song, " I Wanna Be Your Lover " in which notes its similarity in the bass and the melody.
The video fstrada set in Vancouver's shore and downtown area. CD singleDigital download. The lyrics describe Elise talking about a boy checking her out to try to acquire his sexual desires with her by just what she wears, act and looks, instead of knowing her to date.
The other part of the insatizble is when she dances around a plaza with her backup dancers in downtown Vancouver, in a bikini like shirt and dangling belt with skirt and gold heels. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Views Read Edit View history.
The song received heavy airplay in Canada, marking the first time a Filipino-Canadian had a number one song in Canada.