Multi-platinum recording artist Enrique Iglesias will appear during a Billboard Superstar Q&A at the 25th anniversary of the Billboard Latin Music Conference in Miami.
Presented by State Farm in association with Pepsi, Iglesias will be interviewed by Leila Cobo, Billboard's executive director of Latin content and programming, during an intimate conversation highlighting the singer/songwriter's career just as the entertainer celebrates 24 No. 1s.
“Enrique has spent 19 years on our charts and has placed 24 tracks at No. 1 on our Hot Latin Songs chart, more than any other artist,” says Cobo. “His chart history is unique and he is the perfect artist to celebrate our anniversary with.”
The conference, being held April 21-24 at the JW Marriott Marquis in Miami, Fla., will also feature key industry leaders and music stars Gloria Trevi, Kat Dahlia, La Marisoul, Laura Pausini and Leslie Grace.
Iglesias, who has sold more than 100 albums worldwide, is a multiple Billboard Latin Music and Billboard Music Awards winner in a career that began in 1995. Some of the singer's biggest hits include "Bailamos," "Hero," "I Like It" and "Tonight (I'm Loving You)," has catapulted him as the first male performer to have the most No. 1s on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart. He also has seven No. 1s on Billboard's on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart and multiple No. 1s across the Billboard charts.
Additionally, Iglesias has the Billboard record for the most No. 1 singles on the Hot Latin Songs chart with 24, which includes the recent hits "El Perdedor" featuring Marco Antonio Solis and "Loco" featuring Romeo Santos; both songs are featured on his tenth album "SEX and LOVE," which was released today. The new project includes 16 tracks including "I'm a Freak" featuring Pitbull, "Noche y Dia" featuring Yandel and Juan Magan and "Beautiful" featuring Kylie Minogue.
Iglesias is a finalist for seven Billboard Latin Music Awards including social artist of the year, while his song "Loco" with Santos vies for six additional awards including Hot Latin Song of the Year, Hot Latin Song of the Year, Vocal Event and Tropical Song of the Year.
The Billboard Latin Music Conference, which is the longest-running event dedicated to Latin music, will also include industry leaders such as music producer Béco Dranoff; senior brand manager, US Hispanic & export of Post Foods Michael Foley; head of music partnerships Latin America of Google Play Adrian Harley; CEO of Lopez Negrete Communications Alex López Negrete; president & chief creative officer of Alma Luis Miguel Messianu; label relations of Spotify Valerie Miranda; COO of ArmySocial Manny Mora; vp/group account director of Latin Works Carlos Munoz; and senior director, digital strategy marketing of Sony Music Latin Juan Paz.
For more information about the 2014 Billboard Latin Music Conference, please visit BillboardLatinConference.com.