He has also had nine #1 songs on Billboard’s Dance charts, more than any other single male artist. On July 12, 1995, Iglesias released his first album titled Enrique Iglesias, a collection of light rock ballads, including such mega-hits as “Si Tú Te Vas”, “Experiencia Religiosa”, and others. Five singles released from this album, such as “Por Amarte”, “No Llores Por Mí”, and “Tcista” topped the Latin charts. in 1997, Iglesias’ star continued to rise with the release of Vivir (To Live), which put him up with other English language music superstars in sales for that year. The song “Nunca te Olvidaré” was also used as the theme music for a Spanish soap opera of the same name and he sang the song himself on the last episode of the series. The singles “Escape” and “Don’t Turn Off The Lights” became radio staples, fairing well and placing highly or topping various charts both in North America and elsewhere. Iglesias capitalized on the album’s success with his “One-Night Stand World Tour” consisting of 50 sold-out shows in 16 countries. The video to the song “Quizás” was the first Spanish language music video to be added to the selection on one of MTV’s popular show Total Request Live.