'Ojalá Pudiera Borrarte' (2007)
This tune is one of the slower tracks on Manás' album full of mainstream rock. Titled 'Amar es Combatir' (English: 'To Love Is to Fight'), the album won them a 2007 Grammy for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album.
Sung as a duet with with Nelly Furtado, 'Fotografía' captures the separation between two lovers. The song was such a commercial success that it re-introduced Furtado to the Latin American music market, which contributed to the success of her sophomore album, 'Folklore.'
'La Tortura' (2005)
This top Latin Pop song of the decade features Shakira and Alejandro Sanz, who both sing about their failed relationship: the woman is hurt by her boyfriend's infidelity and break up, but now the man realizes he wants her back.
'Que Lloro' (2003)
'Que Lloro' is one of 3 songs on Sin Bandera's album 'De Viaje' that were No. 1 songs in Mexico.
'En Cambio No' (2008)
Since her debut in 1993, Italian singer Pausini has sold over 25 million copies -- mostly to fans in non-English speaking countries. So if you didn't know about Pausini before this list, give her a few minutes of your time. Listen below to her beautiful voice in the Latin pop rock jam, 'En Cambio No.' What's more? She has an impressive, high tech website!
'Antes' is one of 3 songs from the album 'Confesiones' that became top 10 singles on Billboard's Hot Latin Charts.
The song is about someone who loves someone so much, they " do not feel cold near you. Inside me the sun shines." This top Latin pop song of the decade is the catchiest on our list, revealing a John Mayer meets Latin pop sound.
'Sera' is off Sin Bandera's' final release 'Pasado.' After this album the duo, composed of Leonel Garcia and Noel Schajris, decided to break up and pursue solo careers.
'Todo Cambio' (2007)
'Todo Cambio' is the Mexican pop band's most successful single and means 'Everything Changed' in English. Earning a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Song of the Year in 2007, the song is one of seven singles from the album of the same name.
'No Me Doy Por Vencido' (2008)
Puerto Rican born singer Luis Fonsi released this romantic ballad as a second single off his sixth studio album, 'Palabras del Silencio.' This is Fonsi's biggest hit so far. The song spent a whopping 30 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Latin Pop Airplay chart.