43rd Annual GRAMMY Awards
Best Dance Recording
Be With You (Track)
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Through the 64th GRAMMY Awards
"I wouldn't change anything. I've made mistakes, but thanks to those mistakes, I've learned." — Enrique Iglesias
- Born Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler May 8, 1975 in Madrid, Spain.
- Enrique Iglesias hit it big with his 1995 debut self-titled album, which peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart. He became one of the top Latin crossover artists in the U.S. with the release of the 1999 single "Bailamos," which made it into the blockbuster action flick Wild Wild West starring GRAMMY winner Will Smith. The single topped the Billboard Hot 100 and sold more than 5 million copies worldwide.
- Iglesias earned his first GRAMMY at the 39th GRAMMY Awards for Best Latin Pop Performance for Enrique Iglesias.
- He has also won five career Latin GRAMMYs, including one for Song Of The Year for "Bailando" for 2014.
- Did you know? Iglesias, the son of famous singer Julio Iglesias, wanted to start his career on his own terms. Working in secret with his father's publicist, Fernán Martínez, he recorded a demo with one Spanish song and two English songs as an unknown Guatemalan singer named Enrique Martínez, which landed him a record deal.
- Iglesias has lent his celebrity to support a number of causes over the years, including various disaster relief efforts and organizations such as Save The Children, City of Hope, Help for Heroes, Music for Relief, Habitat for Humanity, Live Earth, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.