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"Dirty Dancer" topped the dance chart in the US and climbed into the top 20 on the pop chart. It was a moderate international hit. 09 of 10 "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" (2007) Interscope "Do You Know?" was released as the lead single from Enrique Iglesias' eighth studio album Insomniac. It has the subtitle "The Ping Pong Song" because of the sound of a ping pong ball bouncing that is used as part of the percussion track. Enrique Iglesias performed the song live on Dancing With the Stars. "Do You Know?" had moderate success on the US pop chart, but it went to #3 on the dance chart. It was also a top 10 pop smash in countries around the world while topping both the Latin songs and tropical songs radio charts in the US in the Spanish version titled "Dimelo." 08 of 10 "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" with Whitney Houston (2000) Interscope Enrique Iglesias and Whitney Houston initially recorded the parts in "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" in separate studios. They finally came together to put together the single version of the song. Whitney Houston was one of the world's top pop stars, and Enrique Iglesias was just rising into the pop mainstream when "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" was released. The song performed poorly on charts in the US missing the top 40 but it was a top 10 smash around the world and reached the top 10 on the US adult contemporary chart. 07 of 10 "Finally Found You" featuring Sammy Adams (2012) Universal Republic Enrique Iglesias has stated that "Finally Found You" was written for his girlfriend at the time Deniz Gokseven. The photo on the cover of the single is Enrique Iglesias as a child. The song features rapper Sammy Adams. It became his first appearance in the pop top 40 in the US. "Finally Found You" climbed to #12 at mainstream pop radio and went all the way to the top of the dance chart. Ultimately it was certified gold for digital sales. The song was included on Enrique Iglesias' album Sex and Love. 06 of 10 "Escape" (2002) Interscope Co-written by Kara DioGuardi, "Escape" served as the opening track for Enrique Iglesias' album of the same name. The uptempo song became a major dance hit climbing to the top of the dance chart and becoming the biggest dance hit of the year. It also reached the top 10 on the Latin songs and mainstream pop radio charts. "Escape" also broke into both the adult pop and adult contemporary charts. The accompanying music video features Enrique Iglesias' then-girlfriend tennis player Anna Kournikova. 05 of 10 "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)" featuring Ludacris and DJ Frank E (2010) Universal Republic A more explicit version of this song titled "Tonight (I'm F**kin' You)" was also released. The original recording features rapper Ludacris and DJ Frank E. An official remix features Pitbull. While it faced some consternation over the provocative lyrics, the upbeat dance style helped propel the song up the charts. "Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)" hit #1 on the dance chart and at mainstream pop radio. It broke into the top 10 at Latin radio and reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. It sold more than three million copies in the US and was a top 10 pop hit around the world. 04 of 10 "Be With You" (2000) Interscope "Be With You" was produced by the team who worked on Cher's worldwide smash hit "Believe." It was released as the second single from Enrique Iglesias' first English language studio album Enrique. "Be With You" went to #1 on the dance chart and earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording. It also became Enrique Iglesias' second #1 pop hit in the US. "Be With You" broke into the top 10 at mainstream pop radio and the top 30 on adult pop and adult contemporary radio. 03 of 10 "I Like It" featuring Pitbull (2010) Universal Republic "I Like It" launched a major pop chart comeback for Enrique Iglesias in the US. It became his first top 10 pop hit in nine years. The song interpolates Lionel Richie's #1 1983 pop smash "All Night Long (All Night)." RedOne, best known for his work with Lady Gaga, produced the record. "I Like It" was an international pop smash. It peaked at #4 on the pop chart in the US and went to #1 on the dance chart. It also hit the top 10 across mainstream pop, adult pop, and Latin radio. "I Like It" was included on Enrique Iglesias' first bilingual studio album Euphoria. 02 of 10 "Bailamos" (1999) Interscope Enrique Iglesias' mainstream pop breakthrough is sung in a blend of Spanish and English. It was included on the soundtrack to the film Wild Wild West and quickly became a frequently requested song on pop radio. "Bailamos" became part of a wave of Latin songs hitting the pop chart in the US. It went all the way to #1. "Bailamos" also topped the dance and Latin charts. With the wind of commercial success at his back, Enrique Iglesias signed a multi-album deal with Interscope Records. 01 of 10 "Hero" (2001) Interscope "Hero" is Enrique Iglesias' most successful ballad. It was co-written by Paul Barry and Mark Taylor, the team who worked on Cher's "Believe" and Enrique Iglesias' breakthrough hit "Bailamos." The September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks took place just eight days after the release of "Hero." The song became closely associated with inspirational music played in the wake of the tragedy. "Hero" went to #3 on the US pop chart and spent fifteen weeks at #1 on the adult contemporary chart. It also topped the dance chart and went to #2 at mainstream pop radio. "Hero" was the first single released from Enrique Iglesias' #2 charting album Escape.