Clearly none of you have ever been pregnant with a masterpiece that comes from a place of immortality outside of time and gravity.
There's a lot going on in this article, like the part where they subtley imply everyone with this song foresaw the future of latin immigration to America because everyone involved just happened to have their finger on the pulse of history, or the part where they congratulate themselves for taking the song to another level with the megaphone/telephone vocal effect, which was not just a vocal effect but was actually a genius commentary on race relations and the role of the transistor radio in minority culture in America.
But I think this part explains it best.
Putting aside the enigmatic and mysterious nature of the lyric, "Man, it's a hot one" that has enraptured audiences for close to two decades, the secret of the song is its multiple hooks.
The pre-chorus could be a chorus, fuck, the verse could be a chorus, the intro could also be a chorus.
Even the chorus could be a chorus.
Truly a next level masterpiece.