About Enrique Iglesias
The story of Enrique Iglesias is one born of a certain wealth and privilege. He is, after all, the son of world well-known singer Julio Iglesias, who has used his life experience among various cultures and musical influences to shape his own career.
Enrique started out attending a private school in Miami, and made his debut in singing in a stage production of “Hello, Dolly.” It stirred his passion and interest for music, and a year into college he began shopping demos while still using the name Enrique Martinez. He did not disclose his new career path to his family until landing a record deal, then watched his first debut album named after himself disappear from store shelves with a rate of over a million copies for three months in 1995.
By 1998, Enrique had already launched a second album and his first world music tour. After only three years he already had sold about 17 million units of Spanish albums, award shows, including a Grammy for Best Latin Performer in 1996 – and started thinking of a genuine English language debut. That project named “Enqrique,” received gold platinum status in not less tahn 32 countries and increased his album sales around the globe to 23 million copies.
With a charismatic, commanding stage presence Enrique has been renowned as one of the greatest Spanish language artists of all time. Over the last decade he has swapped Spanish and English-language albums, with his latest, “Euphoria,” bending over in 2010 as a bilingual effort. A brand new single called “Finally Found You,” is now available, and his upcoming sixth studio album is due out in early 2013. He recently toured with Jennifer Lopez as part of her greatest hits show.
Enrique Iglesias Concert Tickets
Enrique Iglesias, the Spanish singing sensation, has sold more than 55 million albums and his songs often smash the charts of Hot 100 of the Billboard. With singles like a self-titled album, “Quizas,” “Insomniac” and “Euphoria,” he has relentlessly produced hit after hit. Tickets on Enrique Iglesias concerts come and disappear very quickly.
Spanish heartbreaker Enrique Iglesias, is about to release his brand new studio album named “Sex+Love,” in March, which will be his 10th one. That way he is taking over the world’s most famous arena.
On February 15th, which is officially Valentine’s Day weekend, at Madison Square Garden Iglesias headlined “El Concierto de los Enamorados”. The Miami-raised singer performed several of his classic hits additionaly to songs from his forthcoming album, which featured tracks with Pitbull named “I’m a Freak” and with Marco Antonio Solis named “El Perdedor”).
Now you need to go back to the early 1998 to remember Iglesias’ first concert at the Garden, and he’ll undoubtedly heat up the Big Apple for all the Valentine’s romantics. After all, he comes in with plenty of momentum. His song “El Perdedor” recently hit the No. 1 on the chart of Hot Latin Songs, making it his second successive No. 1 on the chart, which had also reached the very top in October 2013 with “Loco,” featuring Romeo Santos.
Iglesias last achieved back-to-back No. 1s in 2010 when his songs “Cuando Me Enamoro” was the last of four straight superstar chart-toppers. It followed both “Donde Estan Corazon” and “Lloro Por Ti,” along with “Gracias A Ti” by Winsin and Yandel, where he was also featured.
Iglesias, who admitted “I’m a Freak” as his third single from “Sex+Love,” will also play Universidad Anahuac Mexico Norte on February 27. And while more tour dates are sure to be announced, there’s no question Iqlesias has and will continue to achieve global success as his fans clamor for more from the King of Latin Pop.