Enrique Iglesias realizes it's easy for his English-speaking supporters to forget about his Spanish-language albums, including last fall's Quizás.
That's why the Madrid, Spain-born, Miami-raised singer is calling his latest release Seven, to remind his fans just how many records he's made.
Enrique's third primarily English album is due November 25 and includes the recently released single "Addicted" along with the Spanish version, "Adicto."
Iglesias wrote the ballad in the former East Germany in the midst of 2002's 100-date world tour. "The weather was bad and depressing, so I set up a little studio and started writing," he said in a statement. "It's dark. I've never written a song like that, but I thought it was cool."
Enrique wrote or co-wrote and co-produced every song on Seven. Longtime collaborator Mark Taylor (Cher, Nick Carter) worked on many of the songs, including "Addicted" and more rocking tracks "California Calling," "Free," "Be Yourself," "Wish You Were Here (With Me)" and "You Rock Me."
Paul Barry (Ricky Martin), Kara DioGuardi (Celine Dion), Alex Ander (Michelle Branch) and Rob Davis (Kylie Minogue) also penned songs with Iglesias, while Steve Morales (Clay Aiken) and former New Radicals singer Greg Alexander contributed production.
The sound is said to be rawer than previous Iglesias work, with several first-take vocals included on the album.
A track list is not yet finalized, but other song titles include "Say It," "Live It Up Tonight," "The Way You Touch Me," "Break Me, Shake Me (You Can't Make Me)" and "Not in Love."
Enrique will promote Seven with several high-profile appearances, which includes a trip to "TRL" on November 14. He'll also pop up on November 15 for CBS' "Home for the Holidays" special and on November 25 for a performance on NBC's "The Today Show," which will be simulcast on Latin broadcasting network Telemundo.
In the meantime, a steamy video for "Addicted" starring "The O.C." star Mischa Barton, just debuted at video outlets.