46 Facts About Enrique Iglesias

1. Enrique Iglesias has sold over 30 million albums worldwide, making him one of the best-selling Spanish artists ever.

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2. Enrique Iglesias has owned homes in Miami Beach and Miami, according to property records.

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3. Enrique Iglesias owned the five-bedroom Bay Point home from 1996 until 2013, when he sold it to Zack for $6.7 million.

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4. Enrique Iglesias was co-producer of the album Download to Donate for Haiti, a charity album for the 2010 Haiti earthquake, with the co-vocalist of the band Mike Shinoda.

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5. In 2018, Enrique Iglesias made two new songs, one called "El Bano" with Bad Bunny and the other called "Move to Miami" with Pitbull.

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6. Enrique Iglesias sought to inspect Universal's bookkeeping, according to the suit.

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7. Enrique Iglesias has filed a lawsuit in a Miami federal court against his former record label for systematically underpaying his streaming royalties.

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8. Enrique Iglesias confirmed "I'm a Freak" as the third English single from his tenth studio album.

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9. On 18 July 2013 Enrique Iglesias uploaded the single's cover art on his official website.

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10. Enrique Iglesias worked with three producers whom he had collaborated with before; RedOne, Mark Taylor and Carlos Paucer.

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11. Enrique Iglesias performed the song live at the June 29, 2008 final in Vienna, Austria.

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12. Enrique Iglesias currently holds the record for the most number one singles on Billboards Latin Chart.

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13. Enrique Iglesias capitalized on the album's success with his "One-Night Stand World Tour" consisting of fifty sold-out shows in sixteen countries.

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14. Enrique Iglesias would remark that the controversy was the best promotion he could have.

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15. Enrique Iglesias lost out to his father, but did perform the song "Lluvia Cae" at the event.

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16. Enrique Iglesias borrowed money from his family nanny and he recorded a demo cassette tape which consisted of a Spanish song and two English songs.

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17. Enrique Iglesias lived in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, for one year with his mother.

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18. Enrique Iglesias was born in Madrid, Spain, and is the third and youngest child of Spanish singer Julio Iglesias and Filipina socialite and magazine journalist Isabel Preysler.

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19. Enrique Iglesias signed with Sony Music and his subsequent albums to be released by Sony Music Latin in Spanish and RCA Records in English.

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20. Enrique Iglesias started his career in the mid-1990s on an American Spanish-language record label Fonovisa Records under the stage name Enrique Martinez, before switching to his notable surname Iglesias.

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21. Enrique Iglesias is widely regarded as the King of Latin Pop.

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22. Enrique Iglesias owned and ran a craft brewery in his native Puerto Rico called Dacay.

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23. Enrique Iglesias started his career in the mid-1990s where he went on to become one of the biggest stars in Latin See Full Description Complete this captcha to view the lyrics This captcha prevents people from using software to steal these lyrics.

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24. Enrique Iglesias has been lined up to perform at next year's Calibash Las Vegas.

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25. Enrique Iglesias talks ahead of Birmingham show with Beverley Knight.

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26. In 2010, Enrique Iglesias was included in the project Download to Donate started by an organization Music for Relief started by American rock band Linkin Park.

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27. In late 2001, Enrique Iglesias started a relationship with Russian tennis player Anna Kournikova.

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28. Enrique Iglesias played the part of an evil Roman emperor in a Pepsi advertising in 2004.

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29. Enrique Iglesias starred alongside Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Johnny Depp in the Robert Rodriguez film Once Upon a Time in Mexico, in which he played the well-spoken gun-wielding Lorenzo.

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30. Enrique Iglesias has collaborated with songwriter Guy Chambers to write "Un Nuovo Giorno", the lead single from Andrea Bocelli's first pop album.

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31. On 11 January 2017, Enrique Iglesias went to Cuba to film a music video for his song, Subeme la Radio which features Descemer Bueno, and Zion y Lennox.

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32. Enrique Iglesias recorded a song with Kylie Minogue called "Beautiful", which appears on her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once.

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33. On 25 August 2012, Enrique Iglesias unveiled his brand new single, "Finally Found You", a collaboration with American rapper Sammy Adams.

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34. On 5 July 2010, Enrique Iglesias released his ninth studio album, Euphoria, his first work to be released under his new label, Universal Republic.

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35. Enrique Iglesias was the winner of two World Music Awards in the categories of "World's Best Selling Latin Performer" and "World's Best Selling Spanish Artist", in the ceremony held in Monaco on 9 November 2008.

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36. Enrique Iglesias was a surprise performer at the 2008 Lo Nuestro Awards, opening the show with a medley of "¿Donde Estan Corazon?" and "Dimelo".

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37. With this album, Enrique Iglesias went on his biggest world tour to date.

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38. Enrique Iglesias included songs from Quizas in his "Don't Turn Off the Lights Tour", and the album went on to win the Latin Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album.

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39. In 2002, Enrique Iglesias decided to release a fourth Spanish-language album titled Quizas.

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40. In 2001 Enrique Iglesias released his second English language album Escape.

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41. In 1998, Enrique Iglesias released his third album, Cosas del Amor.

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42. Along with his father and Luis Miguel, Enrique Iglesias was nominated for an American Music Award in the first-ever awarded category of Favorite Latin Artist.

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43. Enrique Iglesias has 14 number-ones on Billboards Dance charts, more than any other male artist.

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44. Enrique Iglesias has scored over 150 number-one songs across all of the Billboard charts.

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45. Enrique Iglesias has sold over 170 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling Spanish artists ever.

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46. In 2015, Enrique Iglesias parted ways with Universal Music Group after being there for over a decade.

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