Enrique Iglesias, the king of Latin pop, released his latest album in April, announcing that it will be the last of his career.
Final (Vol. 2), the singer’s twelfth studio album, not only marks a milestone in his incredible career but also represents an innovative fusion of genres. The 10 tracks include collaborations with artists such as Miranda Lambert, Maria Becerra, Yotuel, Belinda and El Alfa.
In a recent interview, Enrique explained the reason he will not be releasing any more physical discs: “The world has changed and it’s no longer necessary to make records the way we conceived it before.”
However, this doesn’t signal his retirement from music; he plans to continue releasing songs to digital platforms, composing music and performing concerts.
Throughout his career, Enrique has made a cultural mark, collaborating with superstars such as Whitney Houston, Lionel Richie, Juan Luis Guerra, and Romeo Santos, to name a few.

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