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Enrique Iglesias Releases Album "Final, Vol. 2": Stream It Now

Fri 29 Mar 2024 | 01:13 PM
Enrique Iglesias
Enrique Iglesias
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Spanish singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias has released his new studio album "Final, Vol. 2", almost three years after dropping Final, Vol. 1, which he assures will be the last musical set of his career.

The album consists of 10 tracks and finds Iglesias navigating from his signature electronic dance and Latin pop fusions to other genres including bachata (“Así Es La Vida” featuring Maria Becerra), dembow (“La Botella” featuring El Alfa), country (“Space in my Heart” featuring Miranda Lambert), and cumbia (“Llórame Un Río featuring Belinda). His collaboration with Lambert is also available in Spanish with only Iglesias performing it called “Espacio En Tu Corazón.”

In addition to “Space in My Heart,” two other songs on the set are in English: “Love and Pain” and “Be Together”—further stamping the Spanish crooner’s global connection to his fans

"Final, Vol. 2" follows "Final, Vol. 1" (2021), his first album in seven years, and includes hits such as the Nicky Jam-assisted “El Perdón,” “Duele el Corazón” with Wisin, “Súbeme la Radio” with Descemer Bueno and Zion y Lennox, and the Bad Bunny-assisted “El Baño.”

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The "Bailamos" singer has been open and honest in recent times about the Final volumes being his last release in the traditional album form.

"It might be my final album. It's not something that I have been thinking about for the past few months. It’s something that I have been thinking about for the past few years,' Iglesias shared in September 2021.

"There’s going to be Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, but they're final. I'm in that moment in my life, that chapter in my life, where I think it's the right time to put it out and I've been thinking about this since 2015,".

Despite the news, fans can be rest assured that Iglesias has insisted he won’t stop making music altogether. He promised that was not the case, and that he would be dropping singles, and other projects will still come.

"For me, in my life, I think this is that final one," he affirmed of his plans.

"I'm never going to stop writing songs because I love writing songs, but I'm going to do it in a different way – meaning they don't necessarily have to be packaged as an album – so this project to me is important," he explained at the time.