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Singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias released his eleventh studio album entitled "Final." It will include collaborations with several artists and will occur in Volume 1 and Volume 2 and "Final" is expected to be the last album of Iglesias's career. The Spanish singer explained to Elvis Duran and the Morning Show in the Mercedes-Benz Interview Lounge, why he decided to make this his last album, “I made this decision a few years ago. Like the album title says ‘Final,’ it is final…. A lot of times when it comes to albums, you have to write a lot of songs. Nowadays I feel like I'm going through this chapter in my life, I’ve been through it, I’ve done it, this is my 11th album and I wanted to move on. I wanted to be able to do it in a different way. Albums I write 40, 50, 60 songs and that can take a lot of time.” Although the father of three (who has been with former tennis star Anna Kournikova for over 20 years) clarified that he won’t ever officially get out of the industry. “I’m never going to stop making music and writing songs, I love it, but I’m going to do it another way, not necessarily packaged as an album,” said the Spanish native who calls Miami home. “It takes forever to make albums.” The album will be the follow-up to Iglesias' "Sex and Love," which he released in 2014. After releasing "Final Vol. 1" he will hit the road with Ricky Martin on their first-ever co-headlining North America arena tour, which kicks off Sept. 25 in Las Vegas at MGM Grand Garden Arena.