El Perdedor

Album: Sex + Love (2014)
Charted: 85
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Songfacts®:

  • The second Spanish single from Enrique Iglesias's Sex + Love album is a duet with one of the singer's biggest idols, Mexican artist Marco Antonio Solís.
  • The song title translates as "The Loser" in English.
  • The song served as the opening theme of the Mexican serial drama Lo Que La Vida Me Robó. It was the fourth time that one of Iglesias' tunes had been chosen as an opening theme of a telenovela after "Nunca Te Olvidaré," "Cuando Me Enamoron" and "Marisol."
  • The video was directed by Jessy Terrero, who also helmed the clips of Enrique's previous hits "Dímelo" and "Cuando Me Enamoro." The video features a guest appearance by televonela star Sandra Echeverría, who is serenaded by Iglesias at an event.

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