Enrique Iglesias Readies New Album

Musician Enrique Iglesias performs at a private party for Russian-Israeli billionaire Arkady Gaydamak at the Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel Dec. 22, 2006 in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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Enrique Iglesias is gearing up for the June 12 release of "Insomniac," his first album in three years.

Iglesias wrote all the songs on the bilingual album, which includes collaborations with Sean Garret, Max Martin, John Shanks among others.

The first single, "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)" in English and "Dimelo" in Spanish will be released to radio next week and will be followed by a video to be filmed in Los Angeles. As the name implies, the song starts out with the rhythm of a ping pong ball hitting a table.

The album also includes the song "Push" featuring rapper Lil' Wayne's first time collaborating on a pop track.

Iglesias' promotional blitz includes an appearance on "Two and a Half Men" on May 7, "Dancing with the Stars" on May 15, the "Today Show" summer concert series on June 15, and "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on a date to be announced.


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The Grammy winner will also perform at the "Live Earth" concert on July 7.

Iglesias has sold over 40 million albums worldwide. His last album, "7" sold 394,000 copies in the U.S. according to Billboard/Nielsen SoundScan.

A sneak peak of Iglesias' new single is available at his My Space page.