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Quizás
Studio album by Enrique Iglesias
Released September 17, 2002
Genre Pop
Length 45:47
Label Universal Music Latino
Producer Enrique Iglesias, Andres Restrepo
Professional reviews
Enrique Iglesias chronology
Escape
(2001)
Quizas
(2002)
7
(2003)
Singles from Quizás
  1. "Mentiroso"
    Released: July 22, 2002
  2. "La Chica de Ayer"
    Released: July, 2002
  3. "Quizás (song)"
    Released: November, 2002
  4. "Para Qué La Vida"
    Released: March, 2003

Quizás is an Enrique Iglesias album recorded in Spanish in 2002. The singer won a Latin Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Album for this recording in 2003.

Making of Quizás

Enrique Iglesias wrote or co-wrote every track on the album and co-produced several of the tracks with the exception of "Tres Palabras" and the cover version of "La Chica de Ayer" originally recorded by Nacha Pop. Enrique was the executive producer of the album alongside best friend Andres Restrepo. The title track of the album talks about Enrique's strained relationship with his father. The album was released on September 17, 2002.

Chart success

Quizas topped the Billboard Latin Chart debuting at #1 and reached number 12 on the Billboard 200 album chart, the highest position for a Spanish album at the time and fastest selling Spanish album in five years. All three singles released from the album ("Mentiroso", "Quizás" and "Para Qué La Vida") topped Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks Chart. In Spain however the first single "Mentiroso" was not released. In its place the song "La Chica de Ayer" was released and topped their singles chart as well as the album. The album also entered at 200 on the UK album charts, the highest entry for a Spanish album that year as well as performing well across Latin America going platinum in counties like Mexico and Argentina.

Track listing

  1. Tres Palabras (Gerardo "Cachorro" López/Sandra Baylac/Sebastian Schon) — 4:23
  2. Para Qué La Vida (Chein García-Alonso/Lester Mendez/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:05
  3. La Chica de Ayer (Antonio Vega) — 3:58
  4. Mentiroso (Chein García-Alonso/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:55
  5. Quizás (Lester Mendez/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:11
  6. Pienso en Ti (Rafael Pérez-Botija/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:18
  7. Marta (Rafael Pérez-Botija/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:23
  8. Suéltame las Riendas (Chein García-Alonso/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:55
  9. Mamacita (Chein García-Alonso/Lester Mendez/Enrique Iglesias) — 4:52
  10. Mentiroso [Mariachi] (Chein García-Alonso/Enrique Iglesias) — 3:51
  11. No Apagues La Luz (Kara DioGuardi/Enrique Iglesias/Steve Morales/David Siegel) — 3:49
Preceded by
Revolución de Amor by Maná
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
October 5, 2002 - October 26, 2002
Succeeded by
Hijas del Tomate by Las Ketchup

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