“Subeme la Radio” by Enrique Iglesias ft Descemer Bueno and Zion & Lennox

On the song and the music video of “Subeme la Radio” (Turn up the Radio) of Enrique Iglesias ft Descemer Bueno and Zion & Lennox.

The Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias is in the main international hit lists with his simple “Subeme la Radio” in which the urban performers Descemer Bueno and Zion & Lennox collaborated.
The music video of the song was recorded in various locations in Old Havana, where they managed to summon thousands of people. The recording collapsed during three days the traffic of the Cuban capital. Those responsible for the production emphasize that the scenes are “loaded with adrenaline”. Some plans were captured by cameras with the singer on the edge of a building, without using harness.
In a press release, Sony Music Spain described “Subeme la Radio” the greatest event that an artist has lived in the streets of Havana. You can see how hundreds of women watching the Spanish star on the streets of Havana do whatever it takes to feel some of his skin. The charismatic and sacrificed singer in a reciprocal sign consents with kisses and even lets himself be touched.

As seen in the recording, Enrique Iglesias ended up singing on the edge of a building without any support.

“I grew up in Miami, I have many Cuban friends and I loved the idea of doing something in Cuba. After doing several videos with Alejandro Perez, so many collaborations I’ve done with my friend Descemer Bueno and after the success we got with ‘Bailando’ and my friends from Zona Gente all pointed out that it was the moment, “commented the Spanish singer.
The interpreter of “Duele el Corazon” (ThesHeart Hurts) decided to use for the video the same shirt with which he suffered the dron accident, which was reproduced and put on sale to generate funds and support the cause of Save The Children.
Several Cuban dance schools participate in the clip. Enrique Iglesias sings along with the Cuban artist Descemer Bueno and the Puerto Rican duo Zion and Lenox. “I’ve known Enrique for 12 years and since then we’ve written many songs together, some of them great Latin music hits like: Dancing, Crazy, Loser, When I Fall In Love, I Cry For You, Do not Tell Me No, Yesterday , among other. Working with Enrique is intense because we always try to improve ourselves, overcome ourselves, get the best of ourselves and prove there are no limits to trying to write a new hit, “Descemer said.
Enrique Iglesias returns to Latin rhythms, Descemer Bueno and the streets of Havana. Perhaps because of the good fortune that this company brought to him and this urban location in his monumental success “Bailando”, there he has again filmed the video clip he just released, “Subeme la Radio”.

Facts about Enrique Iglesias

Enrique Iglesias Preysler, better known as Enrique Iglesias, is a Spanish pop singer and songwriter who was born in Madrid, Spain on May 8th, 1975. He is the son of renowned international singer Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler.
Enrique Iglesias is the youngest of three brothers born of this marriage, along with Chabeli Iglesias and Julio Iglesias Jr.
At age 18, Enrique gets his first record deal with the Fonovisa Label. The company decided to sign for three years with the then unknown artist. Months later, Enrique went to Toronto, Canada to begin the recording of his first album having to leave thus his university career unfinished.
In November of 1995 presents his first homonymous titled album Enrique Iglesias in which prevails the pop rock ballads. With his debut album, he managed to sell millions of copies.
In 1997 he released his second album under the name Vivir (To Live). This record put him to compete for the first time with musical artists in English.
That same year two months later began a tour under the same name of his album giving more than 60 concerts in 16 countries of America and Europe.
The following year, on September 1998 Enrique released his third album called “Cosas del Amor” (Love Things).
In 1999 the singer contributes to the soundtrack of the movie “Wild Wild West” starring Will Smith with the song “We Dance” in this way, Enrique arrives for the first time to the first place in the list of Billboard Hot 100 in English in the U.S. After the overwhelming success of this song; Iglesias signs a contract with Interscope Records to enter the Anglo-Saxon market.
That same year, Iglesias released his first English album called Enrique.
In 2001 he achieved full international success with his album Escape. The record sales were spectacular all over the world.
In 2002, Iglesias returned to the Latin market by releasing his fourth album in Spanish and the sixth of his career entitled Maybe, it was his first Spanish album since the release of “Cosas del amor” in 1998.
In 2003 Enrique returns to the Anglo-Saxon market with his third album in English called 7 that as his name indicates was the seventh disc of his career and was also co-written entirely by him. The album was inspired by rock sounds from the 80’s. After making a world tour under the name of “Seven World Tour” the artist makes the decision to move away from the stages to spend time on personal projects.
After 4 years without recording in 2007 Enrique releases his fourth album in English and the eighth of his career called “Insomniac”.
In 2010 he released the album “Euphoria”, the album is half in English and half in Spanish. The singer has written or co-written most of the songs. The album includes collaborations with Wisin y Yandel, Juan Luis Guerra, Pitbull, Usher, Nicole Scherzinger and Akon.
During 2011 he presents other hit singles such as “Yesterday” or “I like how it feels” duo with Pitbull and performs a spectacular world tour that continues throughout 2012.
For June 2013, it is announced that the first single from Enrique’s new album is “Turn the Night up” is released a month later. The track gets to number 1 on Billboard’s chart of hits.
Enrique Iglesias, with more than 130 million albums sold in the world, has gotten full of the urban sounds. He is the Latin artist with the highest numbers # 1 in history. “Dancing” was the video with more reproductions in the history of Latin music (2.5 billion).

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