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Since 1997, Enrique Iglesias has been a one-man ambassador of global culture. His fusion of pop, R&B, Latin and rock rhythms has helped catapult him beyond the limitations of genres, geography and language, making him one of the decades’ biggest stars.
In 1999, Iglesias set his sights on a new market with his first English-language album. It included the mega-hits "Bailamos,” "Be With You" and "Could I Have This Kiss Forever," a duet with Whitney Houston. The album went double-platinum in the US and gold or platinum in 32 countries, while sold-out world tours established Iglesias as a captivating live performer.
Enrique built upon that success with 2001’s Escape, which included the hits "Hero" and "Escape," and sold more than 10 million copies worldwide. He followed a Spanish-language album, Quizás, making him one of the few artists to score a U.S. multi-platinum English-language album followed by a U.S. multi-platinum Spanish-language album.