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Enrique IglesiasFrancisco Leyva Music Appreciation Whitney Holly 18 September 2011 Enrique Iglesias Enrique Iglesias was born Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler on the 8th of May in the year 1975. His birthplace was Madrid, Spain and his parents were the famous singer Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler and his brother was Julio Iglesias Jr. Enrique Iglesias created a career of his own without the help of his father, and in fact he did it quietly behind his back while borrowing money from his nanny and making his first demo. After the demo was finished, it eventually found its way into the hands of his father's publicist and then he and Enrique began to promote his songs to the public under a different name. Many of his songs from the first album are still famous today. But today we are going to discuss his album "Escape", and a few of the songs that are from the album. Enrique Iglesias had many songs on his album "Escape", released in 2001 ...view middle of the document...

At the end of the song there are high notes that he has to sing. The second song from the album "Escape" is "Hero". This song also begins with the simple beat of a guitar, and is later followed by the piano along with violins. The tempo of this song is andante. "Hero" has the dynamic of piano. This song is played with a symphonic orchestra.On July 5, 2010, Iglesias released his ninth studio album, Euphoria, his first work to be released under his new label,Universal Republic. The album is Iglesias's first bilingual album with seven original English songs and six original Spanish songs.The first English single from the album, "I Like It", which features the rapper Pitbull, was released on May 3, 2010 in the U.S. and became a success, reaching number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was also featured in the MTV reality series,Jersey Shore. "Cuando Me Enamoro" was released as the lead Spanish single from the album, and also became the theme song of a Mexican telenovela of the same title produced by TelevisaOn August 25, 2012, Iglesias unveiled his brand new single, "Finally Found You", a collaboration with American rapperSammy Adams.[33] It was released to the US iTunes Store on September 25, 2012. The song was released in UK on December 9, 2012. On December 8, 2012, Iglesias performed at Z100 Jingle Ball in Miami and the iHeartRadio Festivalinterview session before the shows Iglesias stated he's working on some new music and - when asked about his time in the studio - Iglesias said, "It's kind of like going fishing, you never know when you're going to catch a big one." Continuing on to tell what fans can expect to hear, he said he's ready to try something new saying, "I come out with so many albums and I want to make sure that if I come out with an album it sounds new. At least to me." It has been confirmed that Iglesias will be working with Mark Taylor, The Cataracs, and Carlos Paucar for his new album.On May 31, 2013 Iglesias performed at the Mawazine Festival in Rabat, Morocco. The show broke the highest attendance record as more than 120,000 fans gathered to watch the concert which is considered as the highest as of yet.

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