Why You Should Add Enrique Iglesias to Your Favorite Latin Pop Artists

Whether you’re into his soaring vocals or his sassy lyrics, there’s no denying that Enrique Iglesias is a top Latin pop artist. His albums like Nunca Te Olvidare, Insomniac and Push have all topped the charts and sold millions of copies. This is why you should definitely consider adding him to your list of favorite artists.

Enrique Iglesias

Nunca Te Olvidare

Probably the most well known of all the Enrique Iglesias juggernauts, Nunca Te Olvidare is a power ballad that hits hard. The song was one of the highlights of his 1999 Cosas del Amor tour and it topped the Latin Pop Airplay charts in the US. The song was also the recipient of a major ASCAP Latin award. While you may not be lucky enough to find yourself watching one of the Cosas del Amor tour’s many European stops, there are a few ways to catch a live performance online. And you don’t even have to leave the country. In many instances, you can get the show at your doorstep for under a hundred dollars.


During the 2nd Annual Vulture Festival in New York, Enrique Iglesias performed his single, “Push”. He performed the song with American rapper Lil Wayne, who also recorded a verse for the track. The song debuted on Billboard’s Pop 100 chart at number 86. It was the first time Iglesias had teamed up with a hip-hop artist. The song was also featured on the soundtrack to the movie Step Up 2: The Streets, and was released as the album’s second single. The song was a major success, with much online attention and even an official remix by Britney Spears.

The song’s video was originally planned to premiere on MTV on 14 February. However, due to its explicit nature, the video was rejected by the network. A short clip was shown during Iglesias’s appearance on Regis and Kelly, and short clips were shown during his appearances on other shows. The full video was released on Iglesias’s Myspace page.

In June 2011, Iglesias released a remix to “Push”, featuring rapper Lil Wayne. The remix was included on Iglesias’s debut studio album Insomniac. The song was the second single from the album and also debuted on the Billboard Pop 100 chart at number 86. Iglesias has received no awards for his performance. However, a few publications mistakenly thought the remix was an official version. After the song’s release, it was used in the Britney Spears’s song “Gimme More”. The song has also been included on the soundtrack for the movie Step Up 2: The Streets. It has also received much attention on the Internet, and two different versions of the song have leaked onto the Internet. The video for the song has also been viewed on YouTube.

Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You)

‘Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You)’ is a song by Enrique Iglesias from his debut album, I’m Lovin’ You. It was a worldwide hit, reaching the top of the charts in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States. The song was written by Enrique Iglesias and Ludacris. It became Iglesias’ first number one on the US Pop Songs chart and his first number one on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart. It sold over 500,000 copies in Australia and became the highest selling single of Iglesias’ career there. In Canada, the song reached the top ten and sold over 200,000 copies. It also peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100.

The song was a hit in the US, where it was ranked the highest on the US Billboard Hot 100 for a week in January 2011. It also sold over 500,000 copies in Australia and reached number four on the New Zealand charts. In Canada, the song reached number one on the Canadian Hot 100 and reached number six on the Canadian Hot Dance Singles chart. Its success in the US made it the biggest airplay hit of Iglesias’ career. It also made Iglesias the first Latin singer to have two number one songs on the US Billboard Hot 100.


Having grown up in a pop-star family, it was only natural that Enrique Iglesias would be an insomniac. At a young age, he became a global superstar. His effervescent pop songs, such as “Do You Know?” and “Hero”, made him a household name. He had a hipper persona than his father, Julio Iglesias, and came of age in a flashier era. Now, he has a diverse musical style, with a number of smooth pop radio songs and a few more dirty ones. This is his fourth English-language album, and his eighth studio album.

If there were more good slow songs, Insomniac would be a worthwhile effort. There are some decent slow songs, though, and the album is littered with a surplus of romantic ballads. The best slow songs eschew pronouncements of Iglesias’ sexual prowess and have simple lyrics. In fact, the best slow songs don’t sound like they were written for the radio. They’re not covers of Simple Minds songs, and they’re not even raps. They’re simple, catchy tunes with a little ping pong in them.

Insomniac is a decent pop album. It has a little bit of everything, from hip-hop to slow-burning romantic ballads. It’s an album that’s sure to be a hit with young fans, though it may be a little too much for adults. It’s not a bad album, and it’s better than his previous work, but it’s not great. Fortunately, he’s also got a handful of decent, straight-forward pop radio songs, which will help it reach the top of the charts.

Frequently Asked Questions


Enrique Iglesias Date of Birth is  May 8, 1975 (


Enrique Iglesias Net Worth is $100 Million


Enrique Iglesias Height is 187 cm