Legal name: Enrique Martín Morales
Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin has released many Spanish and English-language singles. In 1984, thirteen-year-old Martin became a member of the Puerto Rican boy band Menudo. After recording eleven albums with the group, he left Menudo in 1989, hoping to rest and evaluate his career path. In 1990, he was signed to Sony Discos, the Sony Music Entertainment's Latin imprint. Martin released his debut solo album, the Spanish-language Ricky Martin, in November 1991. It included hit singles: "Fuego Contra Fuego," "El Amor de Mi Vida" and "Vuelo." His second Spanish-language solo album, Me Amarás (1993) featured further successful singles: "Me Amarás," a Spanish-language cover of the Laura Branigan song "Self Control," titled "Que Dia Es Hoy," and "Entre el Amor y los Halagos."