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Enrique Iglesias - Greatest Songs Greatest Songs 2018 20 download Greatest Songs mp3
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Enrique Iglesias was born in Madrid as the youngest of the three siblings of the famous singer Julio Iglesias. The devastating divorce of his parents in 1998 had triggered the move of his father to Miami, Florida, USA to carry on his career in music in 1999. Enrique studied business at the University of Miami after he attended the Gulliver Preparatory School. However out of pride or genuine love for music, Enrique dropped out of school and went to Toronto where his remarkable first album was made under the Fonovisa record label under the name Enrique Martinez, as unknown singer from Guetemala to avoid trading on his father’s name.

Enrique’s self-titled debut album was released in July 1995 and sold a whooping half a million copies in the first week. The album consists of a collection of light ballads like “Si Tu Te Vas” and “Experiencia Religiosa”, singles like “Por Amarte”. “No Lllores Mi” and “Trapecista” won Enrique a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance.

As he continue to rise to stardom, Enrique released his second album “Vivir” meaning “To Live” in 1997 consisting of a Spanish cover of the Yazoo song “Only You” (Solo en Ti), along with three singles “Enamorado Por Primera Vez”, “Solo en Ti” and “Miente” that topped the charts in several Spanish-speaking countries. Then a twist of fate put father and son along with Luis Miguel as nominees for an American Music Award in the first ever “Favorite Latin Artist” category, but the judges gave the award to his father. Without any grudge, Enrique performed to sold-out audiences in sixteen countries that summer, backed by Elton John, Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel.

Fresh from the success of his second album, Enrique releases his third album in 1998 entitled “Cosas del Amor” (Things of Love). The release of this album had sealed his reputation and status on the Latin music scene. To promote his new album he went on a tour of smaller venues before setting off on a world tour with over eighty shows. This time, he won the American Music Award in the category of “Favorite Latin Artist,” beating Ricky Martin and los Tigres del Norte.

Enrique is a musician at heart and has yet to tire of making music. In 1999 he successfully crossed over from his native language into the English music market. His “Bailamos” soundtrack contribution to Will Smith’s Wild Wild West movie became number 1 hit. After the unbelievable success, several mainstream record labels approached him and after weeks of negotiation, Enrique signed a multi-album deal with Interscope and working with them recorded and released his first pop album in English entitled “Enrique”. In this album he performed a duet with Whitney Houston, “Could I Have This Kiss Forever” and a covered the song “Sad Eyes” by Bruce Springsteen. The third single, “Be With You” became his second number one.

He rose to the top of the charts in 2001 with the album he co-wrote entitled “Escape.” “Hero” was the album’s first single, which marked his largest commercial success to date, followed by singles “Escape” and “Don’t Turn Off The Lights”. A second edition album released internationally with a new enticing version of “Maybe”, and “To Love a Woman” by Lionel Richie.

Enrique was undoubtedly making waves with his “One-Night Stand World Tour.” The 50 shows across 16 countries in venues like Radio City Music Hall, London’s Royal Albert Hall, Stadium National Lia Manoliu in Bucharest, Romania sold out. His Bucharest concert also launched MTV Romania with the video “Love to See You Cry” as the channel’s debut.

“Don’t Turn Off The Lights”, which was the second part of the tour was completed in 2002 during the summer with two sold-out nights in Madison Square Garden and the National Auditorium. The show was finished with a remarkable finale show in Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In the year 2002, Enrique released his fourth Spanish-language album “Quizas” (Perhaps). It debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200 charts and sold a million copies in a week. His latest single “Para Que la Vida” reached a million plays on US radio. This album had given hints of the rumored strained relationship with his father, which in a way has contributed to the success of this album.

The seventh album released on 2003 called “7” was the second co-written by Enrique, consisting of songs “Roamer”, which he wrote with a guitarist friend Tony Bruno, ”Be Yourself”, “Addicted,” and “Not In Love”. He made the biggest tour to date for this album playing at the Houston Rodeo and ending in South Africa. On June 12, 2007, Enrique released his latest album “Insomiac” with the singles “Push” and “Tired Of Being Sorry”. The world tour for this album kicked off at the Dome in Johannesburg, South Africa and ended in Los Angeles. “Do You Know?” the first single was released on April 10, 2007. In July, he became the first Western artist to perform in Syria in more than thirty years. Then on July 5 2010, Enrique released his ninth studio album “Euphoria” under his new label Universal Republic, produced with iconic producers RedOne, Mark Taylor, and Carlos Pauper. On May 3, 2010 “I like it” was released, and its success put Enrique at the top, typing with Prince and Michael Jackson for male singer with the most number one hits.

As of January 2011, “Tonight (I’m Loving You)” made it to the number 1 spot, making Enrique the only male artist to have eight number one songs on the chart, surpassing Prince and Michael Jackson. On March 3, 2011, the song reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 Airplay. Enrique Iglesias’s nonstop rise to the top has been dazzlingly breathtaking and seems set to continue for at least the foreseeable future.

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