Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias on Tuesday received a double platinum certification in the United States and Puerto Rico for his album “Euphoria,” which has been one of the top-selling releases ever since it hit store shelves.
The album, the ninth that Iglesias has released in his musical career, went on sale on July 6, 2010, and was in first place on the charts for 11 nonconsecutive weeks, according to Billboard magazine.
In addition, according to his label, Universal Music, this new work by the Spanish singer became the year’s top-selling Latino album.
Also, the first single in Spanish on the album – “Cuando me enamoro” – was in first place on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs list for 17 nonconsecutive weeks.
Iglesias also has had great success with numbers like “I Like It,” a duet with rapper Pitbull, which went triple platinum upon having sold more than three million online copies, and “Tonight,” the second single in English, which went platinum with more than a million digital sales.
Currently, the performer is on his “Euphoria Tour” in the United States, kicking the project off on Jan. 29 by filling the Jose Miguel Agrelot Colosseum in Puerto Rico and being joined onstage by the Puerto Rican duet Wisin & Yandel and by Pitbull. EFE