Nunca Te Olvidaré

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"Nunca Te Olvidaré"
Single by Enrique Iglesias
from the album Cosas del Amor
Released2 November 1998 (1998-11-02)
FormatCD · promo single
Recorded1997-1998
Studio
Length4:24
LabelFonovisa
Songwriter(s)Enrique Iglesias
Producer(s)Rafael Pérez-Botija
Enrique Iglesias singles chronology
"Esperanza"
(1998)
"Nunca Te Olvidaré"
(1998)
"Bailamos"
(1999)

"Nunca Te Olvidaré" (English: "I'll Never Forget You") is the title of the second and last single released by Spanish singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias from his third studio album, Cosas del Amor (1998), It was released by Fonovisa on 2 November 1998 (see 1998 in music).

Song information[edit]

The track was written by Enrique Iglesias and was featured on the Mexican Televisa's telenovela same title (1999), produced by Juan Osorio and Carlos Moreno Laguillo, Edith González and Fernando Colunga starred as protagonists, while Alma Muriel, Alejandra Procuna, Eugenia Cauduro and Humberto Elizondo starred as antagonists and the singer himself performed the track on an episode. The video for "Nunca Te Olvidaré" was directed by Guillermo del Bosque.

Chart performance[edit]

The track debuted on the United States Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart at number 34 on 16 January 1999[1] and peaked at number 1 for one week from 6 March 1999.[2] The song spent 11 weeks inside the top ten and 25 non-consecutive weeks in the top 40.

On the Billboard Latin Pop Airplay chart, the track also peaked at number 1 for one week[3] but charted from 23 January 1999 to 5 February 2000, spending 34 non-consecutive weeks in the chart.

Chart (1999) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks[4] 1
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay[5] 1
U.S. Billboard Latin Regional Mexican Airplay[6] 16
U.S. Billboard Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay[7] 7

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". 16 January 1999. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  2. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". 13 March 1999. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  3. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". 6 February 1999. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  4. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". 13 March 1999. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  5. ^ ""Hot Latin Tracks" on Billboard.com". 6 February 1999. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  6. ^ ""Latin Regional Mexican Airplay" on Billboard.com". 6 February 1999. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]
  7. ^ ""Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay" on Billboard.com". 23 January 1999. Retrieved 3 December 2007.[dead link]

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