Enrique Iglesias, aged 48, declares his retirement from the music industry, stating, “I’m officially done.”


The singer and songwriter of “Hero,” Enrique Iglesias, aged 48, has declared that his upcoming album will mark the end of his musical career. Currently on The Trilogy Tour with Ricky Martin and Pitbull since mid-October, the Spanish artist has enjoyed a successful 30-year journey in the music industry.

Titled “Final (Vol. 2),” his last album is set to be released next year, following the unveiling of its first single, “Así Es La Vida,” featuring Maria Beccera in June. In 2021, Iglesias had previously announced his intention to release only two more albums, with “Final (Vol. 1)” dropping in September of that year.

Speaking to fans via TODAY.com, Enrique Iglesias confirmed that this upcoming album will indeed be his farewell to music. He expressed, “It’s finished. It’s actually coming out in February. It’s completely finished. What I want to do is shoot one or two videos right before the second leg on the tour and launch it.”

Elaborating further, he added, “I’ve been working on this album for quite a bunch of years. And for me, it was always like I said, my final album… this is it. I don’t think — no, I know, I won’t be doing any more albums.”

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