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Top 10 Enrique Iglesias Songs

The youngest son of singer Julio Iglesias, Enrique Iglesias released his debut album in 1995, earning him a Grammy for Best Latin Pop Performance. Since then, Enrique has sold over 60 million albums worldwide and has collaborated with Whitney Houston, Lionel Richie, Kelis and Lil Wayne, just to name a few. Here are the Top 10 Enrique Iglesias Songs as chosen by AOL Radio listeners.
'Adicto (Addicted)'
This song was the first single from the 2003 album '7'. Although the English version failed to chart in the US, the Spanish version was a top 10 hit. The music video was inspired by the movie 'Midnight Express' and featured actress Mischa Barton.
Enrique Iglesias Addicted
'No Es Amor (Not in Love)'
Not in Love,' a duet with Kelis, was the second single from 2003's '7' album. While top 40 radio slept on this one, this Enrique Iglesias song was remixed and became a huge hit in the clubs. The Spanish version of the song was inexplicably left off the album.
Enrique Iglesias Not In Love
'Bailamos' was the breakthrough hit which led to a multi-album deal with Interscope Records. Will Smith picked the song to appear on the soundtrack to his movie, 'Wild Wild West.' It also appeared on Iglesias's 1999 debut English-language album, 'Enrique.'
Enrique Iglesias Bailamos
'Para Que La Vida'
'Para Que La Vida' ('What's the Point of Life' in English), was the third single from his 2002 album 'Quizas.' Enrique sang the title track on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, becoming the first artist ever to sing a song in Spanish on the program. The album won the Latin Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album.
Enrique Iglesias Para Que La Vida
'Escapar (Escape)'
This Enrique Iglesias song was co-written by American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi and was the second single from the 2001 'Escape' album. The music video features his famous wife, Anna Kournikova, as his love interest.
Enrique Iglesias Escape
'Heroe (Hero)'
'Hero' was the first single from the 2001 'Escape' album. The song took on a life of its own after the September 11 tragedy when deejays in New York chose the song for a tribute to the fallen heroes. Enrique performed at benefit concert America: A Tribute to Heroes, alongside Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow and Bon Jovi just 10 days after the attack.
Enrique Iglesias Hero
'Solo Me Importas Tu (Be With You)'
'Be With You' was the second single from the 2000 album 'Enrique.' It was produced by the same duo that brought us Cher's 'Believe.' And like 'Believe' it became a huge hit at radio and in the clubs. The album also included a duet with Whitney Houston and a cover of the Springsteen song 'Sad Eyes.'
Enrique Iglesias Be With You
'Dimelo (Do You Know? The Ping Pong Song)'
This Enrique Iglesias song was the lead single from the 2007 'Insomniac' album. It cleverly (or annoyingly) used the sound of a ping pong ball bouncing back and forth. Iglesias objected to this marketing gimmick, forced on him by the record label. The Spanish version of the song had completely different lyrics and remained gimmick-free.
Enrique Iglesias Do You Know? The Ping Pong Song
'Donde Estan Corazon?'
'Donde Estan Corazon?' ('Where Are They, Love' in English) was the first single from the 2008 greatest-hits album 'Enrique Iglesias 95/08 Exitos.' The song was written by Argentine artist/producer Coti Sorokin and was named Song of the Year at Univision's Premio Lo Nuestro awards in 2009.
Enrique Iglesias Donde Estan Corazon
'Lloro Por Ti'
'Lloro Por Ti' ('I Cry for You' in English) was the second single from the 2008 compilation album 'Enrique Iglesias 98/05 Exitos.' The remix featured reggaeton duo Wisin y Yandel and helped propel the song to the top of the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. It became Enrique Iglesias' 20th No. 1 record on that chart.
Enrique Iglesias Lloro Por Ti

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