Out of these five latino artists, who had the best second single from their respective debut English albums? (I already did the thread about their debut English singles a few weeks back btw)
Julio Iglesias featuring Willie Nelson - "To All the Girls I've Loved Before"
Hot 100: #5
Selena - "Dreaming of You"
Hot 100: #22
Ricky Martin - "She's All I Ever Had"
Hot 100: #2
Enrique Iglesias - "Rhythm Divine"
Hot 100: #28
Marc Anthony - "You Sang to Me"
Hot 100: #2
Shakira - "Underneath Your Clothes"
Hot 100: #9
I didn't include Paulina and Thalia this time, because is there really any point at all? Just a sidenote: I didn't know some of these charted as high as they did! Okay, so let me do process of elimination: Julio/Willie is 80s cheese, "Bella" is miles better, Iglesias Jr. should have just released "Be With You" as the second single, and seriously, "Underneath Your Clothes" is one of my least favorite Shakira singles regardless of language. That leaves two for me.... I can't decide between Selena and Marc ! It's torture! I'll get back to that, but what's your favorite?
Originally posted by fortheloveofmusic
:deadbanana: Could Billboard at least let Alicia slide in the #10 position for Black History Month?
Rhythm Divine without a ****ing doubt are you joking ?
Originally posted by The Verge on CES
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