Enrique Iglesias Celebrates 14th No. 1 on Dance Club Songs Chart -- The Most Among Men

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Enrique Iglesias in the video for "Duele El Corazon." 

"No. 1 on the dance chart … and I don't dance," Iglesias quips to Billboard. "Quite amazing, if you ask me!"

Enrique Iglesias breaks out of a tie for the most No. 1s among solo male artists in the 40-year history of Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart, earning his 14th topper with "Duele El Corazon," featuring Wisin, who earns his first leader. The track rises 2-1 on the chart dated Sept. 17.

"I'm one lucky guy! 'Duele El Corazon' keeps surprising me in all senses," Iglesias tells Billboard. "The song is quite simple and profound at the same time. And, in the end, all we need is love. That give-and-take feeling that moves the world.

"No. 1 on the dance chart … and I don't dance. Quite amazing, if you ask me!"

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Iglesias passes Dave Aude and Pitbull, each with 13 No. 1s. Among all artists, he ties Lady Gaga for 10th place; Madonna leads with 46 No. 1s.

Dating to the Dance Club Songs chart's Aug. 28, 1976, inception as a national survey, here's an updated look at the acts with the most No. 1s:

46, Madonna
27, Rihanna
22, Beyonce
19, Janet Jackson
17, Mariah Carey
16, Jennifer Lopez
16, Kristine W
15, Katy Perry
15, Donna Summer
14, Lady Gaga
14, Enrique Iglesias
13, Dave Aude
13, Whitney Houston
13, Kylie Minogue
13, Pitbull

Iglesias' new No. 1, remixed in Spanish and English by Aude, C-Rod and Tracy Young, among others (with added vocals by Tinashe and Javada), is the first leader with a foreign-language title since (the French) "Deja Vu," by Giorgio Moroder featuring Sia (Aug. 1, 2015). "Duele" is the first Spanish-language No. 1 since Iglesias' last leader, "Bailando," featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona (Oct. 18, 2014).

The crossover smash also remains No. 1 for a 12th (nonconsecutive) week on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart, where Iglesias has tallied a record 27 leaders.

Additional reporting by Leila Cobo