No Llores Por Mí

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"No Llores Por Mí"
Single by Enrique Iglesias
from the album Enrique Iglesias
Released 3 June 1996 (1996-06-03)
Format CD promo single
Recorded 1994 - 1995
Phase One Studios
(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Fantasy Studios
(San Francisco, California)
Ocean Way Recording & Weatlake Audio
(Hollywood, California)
Genre Latin pop
Length 4:11
Label Fonovisa
Writer(s) Enrique Iglesias, Roberto Morales
Producer(s) Rafael Pérez-Botija
Enrique Iglesias singles chronology
"Muñeca Cruel"
(1996)
"No Llores Por Mí"
(1996)
"Trapecista"
(1996)

"No Llores Por Mí" (English: Don't Cry for Me) is the fifth single released by Enrique Iglesias from his debut album.

Song information[edit]

The track was written by Roberto Morales and Enrique Iglesias, and became Iglesias fourth consecutive chart topper in the U.S. In 1996, "No Llores Por Mí" was performed as a duet with Mexican singer Ana Bárbara for a televised music special aired in Mexico and the United States.

Only two albums achieved four number-one singles in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks before: Amor Prohibido by Selena and Otro Día Más Sin Verte by Jon Secada. This record was broken by Iglesias with his following single "Trapecista". The singer won an ASCAP award for "No Llores Por Mí" in 1996.

Chart performance[edit]

The track debuted in the United States Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart at number 28 on 3 August 1996,[1] and rose to number 1 eight weeks later.[2] The single spent twelve weeks in the top ten.

Chart (1996) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks[2] 1
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay[3] 2
U.S. Billboard Latin Regional Mexican Airplay[4] 5
U.S. Billboard Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay[5] 18

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". 3 August 1996. Retrieved 19 January 2016. 
  2. ^ a b ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". 5 October 1996. Retrieved 19 January 2016. 
  3. ^ ""Latin Pop Airplay" on Billboard.com". 17 August 1996. Retrieved 19 January 2016. 
  4. ^ ""Latin Regional Mexican Airplay" on Billboard.com". 10 August 1996. Retrieved 19 January 2016. 
  5. ^ ""Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay" on Billboard.com". 12 August 1996. [dead link]

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