Waiting For Tonight is a song recorded by American singer Jennifer Lopez for her debut album, On The 6 (1999), and the song became the third single from the album and also the most famous version of the song so far, being considered one of Lopez's signature tunes. Released in 1999, the single peaked at number eight in the U.S., becoming Lopez's second top ten single; it also peaked at number five in the United Kingdom. Waiting for Tonight" is a song written by Maria Christensen, Michael Garvin, and Phil Temple. It was originally recorded by Christensen's girl group 3rd Party for their debut studio album, Alive (1997). Two years after the group disbanded, American singer Jennifer Lopez recorded her own version of the song for her debut studio album, On the 6 (1999). Ric Wake and Richie Jones produced Lopez's Hispanic house version of "Waiting for Tonight", which differs from the German-sounding Europop version that was recorded by 3rd Party
The song also known for its remix made by Hex Hector. There is also a Spanish version of the song, called Una Noche Más ("One More Night"). In 2006, Italian house trio Lil' Love released their version of the song. There is also a version of the song in the popular dance video game Dance Dance Revolution. In 2000, the song earned Lopez a nomination for the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording.
The clip Jenifer Lopez — Waiting For Tonight can be downloaded for free and without registration.