Enrique Iglesias was born May 8, 1975, in Madrid, Spain. He is a famous singer, songwriter, producer, and actor. He holds numerous awards, including 10 Latin Music Awards and 8 American music awards. Iglesias is mostly famous for his hits “Bailamos”, “Rhythm Divine”, and “Hero”.
Enrique Iglesias was born in a successful celebrity family. His father, Julio Iglesias, is a world famous singer and his mother is a successful reporter. Enrique’s parents divorced when he was three years old. In 1985, he moved to the USA to live with his father in Miami.
Enrique attended a prestigious high school, where he had trouble making friends. However, the solitude allowed him to become interested in music. He tried to signed contracts with recording labels in Miami and Madrid but was refused.
In 1994, Enrique dropped out of college and signed a contract with a Mexican recording label. The same year, he released his debut album Enrique Iglesias, which reached the 5th spot on the Spanish Album chart and even managed to get into Billboard 200, where it placed 148th. In the end of the year, he was nominated for an American Music Award.