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Spanish singer and songwriter Enrique Iglesias

Spanish singer and songwriter Enrique Iglesias has announced his retirement from music after a 30-year career.

The singer, who is famous for his hit record “Hero,” is set to release another album, “Final (Vol. 2),” slated to be his farewell contribution to music.

The 48-year-old Spanish singer, in an interview with TODAY on Wednesday, said, “It’s finished. It’s actually coming out in February. It’s completely finished. What I want to do is shoot one or two videos right before the second leg of the tour and launch it.”

Reflecting on his musical journey, he stated, “I’ve been working on this album for quite a bunch of years. And for me, it was always, like I said, my final album… this is it. I don’t think — no, I know, I won’t be doing any more albums.”

In October, Iglesias released the first single from “Final (Vol. 2),” titled “Así Es La Vida” featuring Maria Beccera. Currently engaged in The Trilogy Tour alongside Ricky Martin and Pitbull since mid-October, Iglesias has experienced a successful and illustrious career spanning three decades.

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