Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Enrique Iglesias confirmed its dominance in the dance charts

Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias was strengthened this week as the male artist with most themes of successful dance music, even ahead of Michael Jackson after his subject "Dirty Dancer" became number one, Billboard reported Friday. This is the ninth time since "Bailamos" (1999) a song of Churches won the highest ranking dance music in the U.S.

A position also reached "Be With You," "Hero," "Escape," "Not In Love," "Away," "I Like It" and "Tonight (I'm Lovin 'You)." This last issue had reached number one on 5 February, when the Spanish became the "king of dance" in the U.S. more wins in that category than any other man in the 35 years of that chart.

Iglesias then beat Michael Jackson, who equaled the number one, while the "king of pop" back into a tie last June when "Hollywood Tonight," a posthumous issue of the author of "Thriller" released in her album "Michael" (2010), took first place.

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