Enrique Iglesias Has Our Feet in Mind with Summer Smash-To-Be: ‘Duele El Corazon’ (Now with Tinashe!)
UPDATE (July 19): "Duele El Corazón" just got even duele-er. Well, for our feet, anyway. (FROM THE DANCING.)
The Joyride princess already swerved twice in the past week: once with her bubbly "SuperLove," and then again as a fierce UK House queen on the KDA-crafted "Just Say." Now she's out here speaking Spanish. Genre-less goddess! Queen of versatility!
"He don't take me dancin', not the way you do / I'm out of my mind for you," she sings.
In the months since the release of "Duele El Corazón" with Wisin, the track went on to become Enrique's 27th No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs Chart, furthering his record for most No. 1 debuts on the chart.
And now, with this new bilingual version? Prepare for the global takeover of Enriqnashe.
Tonight, the prolific King of Latin Pop is f--king (sorry, radio edit: loving) you all over again.
Enrique Iglesias if nothing if not reliable when it comes to serving up radio-ready, dance floor-friendly pop, stretching all the way back to "Bailamos" in 1999.
This year, while still in the middle of his now two year long Sex and Love Tour (he just can't get enough of either, evidently), Enrique is back with yet another solid release timed perfectly with the rapidly approaching summer season: "Duele El Corazón," his first release since last year's No. 1 Latin Pop Song, "El Perdón."
Produced by longtime collaborator Carlos Paucar and featuring an assist from Wisin, who previously teamed up with Iglesias as part of Wisin & Yandel on "No Me Digas Que No" and "Gracias a Ti," Iglesias' latest single is an instantly infectious, reggaeton-tinged hip-shaker — and a convincing one, at that.
You see, he's got our best interests in mind — to make our feet hurt from all the dancing, not our hearts: "Con él te duele la corazón, y conmigo te duelen los pies," the crooner confidently assures us throughout. Take me now, Enrique.
And to see him working those feet out in person, see his upcoming tour dates below.
May 8, 2016 Zagreb, Croatia Arena Zagreb
May 10, 2016 Belgrade, Serbia Kombank Arena
May 12, 2016 Bucharest, Romania Romexpo
May 14, 2016 Sofia, Bulgaria Arena Armeets
June 4, 2016 Wantagh, NY KTUphoria at Nikon @ Jones Beach
June 18, 2016 Baku, Azerbaijan Baku Boulevard