The Spanish singer is launching a new album at the end of March, will include a new song, "Donde estás corazón"

Por People Staff
Updated Enero 18, 2008

After getting good reviews for his album Insomniac, Enrique Iglesias is coming out with a greatest hits disc called Grandes Éxitos de Enrique Iglesias, which will hit stores in the States on Mar. 25. The Spanish singer's latest project will include songs spanning more than 15 years of his career.

The production will also feature a new song, “Donde estás corazón,” which was penned by Argentinean singer Coti. The song will be transmitted on U.S. radio stations starting this week. As for old favorites, the album includes hits like “Experiencia religiosa,” “Enamorado por primera vez,” “Mentiroso,” “Héroe” and “Dímelo,” among many more.

The album will be available in two formats: a 14-song CD or, if you're a diehard Enrique fan, a CD/DVD that includes 19 songs, eight videos and an exclusive interview with the artist.