Enrique Iglesias “El Perdedor” #1 on US & Puerto Rico radio

ENRIQUE IGLESIAS BREAKS HIS OWN RECORD ONCE AGAIN, REACHING #1 ON BILLBOARDS LATIN AIRPLAY CHART FOR THE TWENTY-FIFTH TIME WITH “EL PERDEDOR”, HIS LATEST SPANISH-LANGUAGE SINGLE

THE SONG HAD ALREADY REACHED #1 ON BILLBOARD’S HOT LATIN SONGS CHART, MAKING IT ENRIQUE’S 24TH #1 ON THE CHART, MORE THAN ANY OTHER ARTIST IN HISTORY

“EL PERDEDOR’ IS ALSO #1 ON BILLBOARD’S LATIN AIRPLAY CHART, #1 ON MEDIABASE AND MONITOR LATINO, FOR A #1 ACROSS ALL CHARTS

“EL PERDEDOR” IS THE SECOND SPANISH-LANGUAGE SINGLE OF SEX + LOVE, AVAIBLE NOW

 

Enrique Iglesias has once again outdone himself, breaking his own record achieving his twenty-fifth #1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart. The video for “El Perdedor” – in both of its versions, Bachata and Pop – has already racked up over 50M views on VEVO/YouTube. In Mexico, the song posted up at #1 at radio and iTunes for over a month.

“El Perdedor” is the second Spanish-Language single of SEX + LOVE, which went on sale last Tuesday March 18th and features collaborations with Latin urban star Yandel and dance floor icon Kylie Minogue. These cameos contribute to a dynamic and definitive body of work for the singer. It’s a sexy, seductive, and soaring romp through pop, dance, and Latin flavors.

Since 1995, Enrique Iglesias has solidified himself as one of the most respected and revered stars worldwide. He remains one of the best-selling Spanish artists in history with sales exceeding 100 million worldwide. To his credit, he’s turned out five top 5 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 with two reaching the top spot as well as 13 number ones on the Dance chart-the most for any male performer ever. Moreover, he has an impressive total of seventy number ones across all Billboard charts. Meanwhile, he also is the record holder for most Spanish language singles to hit number one on the Hot Latin Tracks chart, producing 23 in total. Still, the best is yet to come…

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