A Mis 33 Años (1978): Recorded when Iglesias was 33 and firmly established as the Latin world’s top singer, it features hits like “Soy Un Truhan Soy Un Señor.”
De Niña a Mujer (1981): With such hits as “Despues de Ti” and “Grande, Grande, Grande,” it went platinum in six countries, selling more than 2 million copies in Brazil alone.
Julio (1983): This album included previous hits released in different languages. The set debuted on the Billboard 200 and remained there for 89 weeks.
1100 Bel Air Place (1984): The album that broke Iglesias in the United States featured duets with Willie Nelson, Diana Ross and The Beach Boys, reached No. 5 on the Billboard 200 and was certified quadruple-platinum.
Tango (1996): The singer’s elegant homage to Argentina went platinum in 13 countries, including Australia, Italy, Brazil and Thailand, and spent 18 weeks on the Billboard 200.
Noche de Cuatro Lunas (2000): Iglesias teamed up with a roster of composers and producers including Ruben Blades, Robi Rosa, Alejandro Fernandez and Estefano.
Mexico (2015) He recorded his first tribute to the traditional Mexican repertoire in 1976. This time, he sets classic songs to modern arrangements with touches of electronica.