Ricky Martin singles discography

Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin has released eighty-one Spanish and English-language singles. Martin released his debut solo album, Ricky Martin, in November 1991. It included the hit single: "Fuego Contra Fuego". His second solo album, Me Amaras (1993) featured a further successful single: "Me Amaras". Martin's third Spanish-language album, A Medio Vivir (1995) included his international breakthrough single, "María". The song topped the chart in France for nine consecutive weeks in early 1997 and was certified Diamond after selling 1.4 million copies. "Vuelve", the lead single from the album of the same name released in 1998 became Martin's first track to top three Billboard charts: Hot Latin Songs, Latin Pop Airplay and Tropical Songs. "La Copa de la Vida" ("The Cup of Life"), released as the second single and the official song of the 1998 FIFA World Cup, became a worldwide hit.

Ricky Martin singles discography
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Ricky Martin makes at Westfield Parramatta, Sydney, Australia 2013.
Singles73
Promotional singles7
Other charted songs6
Featured singles7
Charity songs5

Martin's first English-language album, Ricky Martin, was released in 1999 and included his biggest hit and signature song, "Livin' la Vida Loca". It topped the Billboard Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks and was certified Platinum by the RIAA. "She Bangs" was the lead single from Martin's second English-language album Sound Loaded (2000), it topped the charts in Italy and Sweden, and also reached number one on the US Hot Latin Songs and Tropical Songs. The second single, "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" (duet with Christina Aguilera) was also successful reaching number one in New Zealand and the top ten in Australia and most European countries, including the UK. The lead single from the next Spanish-language album Almas del Silencio (2003), "Tal Vez" debuted at number one on the US Hot Latin Songs and spent eleven weeks at the top. Martin's 2006 Latin Grammy Award-winning album, MTV Unplugged included a hit song, "Tu Recuerdo" (featuring La Mari). It was a number one on Hot Latin Songs and Latin Pop Airplay in the US, number one on the Airplay chart in Spain (number two on the Downloads chart) and was also certified five-times Platinum in Spain and four-times Platinum in Mexico. In 2007, Martin recorded a duet with Eros Ramazzotti, "Non siamo soli", it topped the Italian chart for eleven consecutive weeks.

In 2010, Martin returned to the recording studio and released "The Best Thing About Me Is You" ("Lo Mejor de Mi Vida Eres Tú"), the first single from Música + Alma + Sexo (2011). The Spanish-language version of this song topped the US Hot Latin Songs and Latin Pop Airplay charts. "Vida", recorded for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, reached top ten in Spain and Mexico, and also on the US Hot Latin Songs. In 2014, "Adiós" was released as the first single from Martin's 2015 album, A Quien Quiera Escuchar. It was successful in Latin America, topping the charts in Colombia and Mexico, where it was also certified Gold. The most successful single from the album was "La Mordidita" it reached number one on the US Latin Airplay, Latin Pop Airplay and topped the charts Latin America.

In 2015, he released "Mr. Put It Down" (featuring Pitbull), which became Martin's first single to top the US Dance Club Songs chart. Martin earned sixteen number-one singles on the US Latin Airplay chart and is the second artist with most number-ones on this chart.[1] He also has twenty-seven top ten hits on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs and is the fourth artist with the most top tens in the history of Hot Latin Songs.[2] On Latin Pop Airplay in the US, Martin has a record for the most top twenty singles on this chart (forty-nine).[3]

SinglesEdit

As lead artistEdit

1990sEdit

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[4]
US Latin
[5]
US Latin Pop
[6]
AUS
[7]
FRA
[8]
GER
[9]
SPA
[10]
SWE
[11]
SWI
[12]
UK
[13]
1991 "Fuego Contra Fuego" 3 Ricky Martin
1992 "El Amor de Mi Vida" 8
"Vuelo" 11
"Dime Que Me Quieres"
"Susana"
1993 "Todo Es Vida" (with Jessica Cristina) 14 Aprendiendo a Querer
"Me Amaras" 6 Me Amaras
"Que Día Es Hoy" 26
1994 "Entre el Amor y los Halagos" 12
"No Me Pidas Mas"
1995 "Te Extraño, Te Olvido, Te Amo" 9 2 4 [A] 19 A Medio Vivir
"María" 88 6 2 1[B] 1 3 11 3 3 6
1996 "A Medio Vivir" 36 8 [C]
"Fuego de Noche, Nieve de Día" 12
"Como Decirte Adiós" 17
"Bombón de Azúcar" 12 [D]
"Diana" (with Paul Anka) 24 12 Amigos
1997 "Volveras" 6 2 48 [E] A Medio Vivir
"Nada es Imposible" 23 6
"No Importa la Distancia" 10 Hercules Soundtrack
"Corazón"[F] A Medio Vivir
1998 "Vuelve" 1 1 Vuelve
"La Copa de la Vida" / "The Cup of Life" 45 2 2 1[G] 1 1 1 1 1 29
"La Bomba" 27 11 27 45 90 5 31
"Perdido Sin Ti" 1 1 [H]
"Por Arriba, Por Abajo" 33 11 13
"Casi un Bolero" [I]
1999 "Livin' la Vida Loca" 1 1 1 4 7 6 2 4 3 1 Ricky Martin
"She's All I Ever Had" / "Bella" 2 1 1 28 18 [J] 21 34
"Shake Your Bon-Bon" 22 14 8 27 11 12
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

2000sEdit

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[4]
US Latin
[5]
US Latin Pop
[6]
AUS
[7]
FRA
[8]
GER
[9]
SPA
[10]
SWE
[11]
SWI
[12]
UK
[13]
2000 "Private Emotion" (featuring Meja) 67 28 59 11 21 [K] 8 9 9 Ricky Martin
"She Bangs" 12 1 2 3 36 34 2 1 7 3 Sound Loaded
2001 "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" (with Christina Aguilera) / "Sólo Quiero Amarte" 13 1 1 8 28 5 2 3 2 4
"Loaded" / "Dame Más" 97 66 74 18 14 87 19
"Amor" 82 The Best of Ricky Martin
2002 "Come to Me"[L]
2003 "Relight My Fire" (featuring Loleatta Holloway)[M] Non-album single
"Tal Vez" 74 1 1 Almas del Silencio
"Jaleo" [N] 1 2 23 45 1 10 22
"Asignatura Pendiente" 5 4
"Juramento" 92 11 57
"Y Todo Queda en Nada" [O] 1 2
2005 "I Don't Care" (featuring Fat Joe and Amerie) /
"Qué Mas Da" (featuring Fat Joe and Debi Nova)
65 7 11 25 16 21 31 20 11 Life
"Drop It on Me" (featuring Daddy Yankee) [P] 23
2006 "It's Alright" / "Déjate Llevar" 21 6 4 18
"Tu Recuerdo" (featuring La Mari) 89 1 1 2 MTV Unplugged
"Pégate" 11 9 13
  • AMPROFON: 4× Platinum[39]
2007 "Gracias por Pensar en Mi" 21
  • AMPROFON: 4× Platinum[39]
"Con Tu Nombre" 47 15
"Non siamo soli" (with Eros Ramazzotti)/
"No Estamos Solos" (with Eros Ramazzotti)
21 5 32 2 3
  • PROMUSICAE: 4× Platinum[41]
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

2010sEdit

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[4]
US Dance
[36]
US Latin
[5]
US Latin Pop
[6]
AUS
[7]
FRA
[8]
IT
[42]
MEX
[43]
SPA
[10]
SWI
[12]
2010 "Lo Mejor de Mi Vida Eres Tú" (featuring Natalia Jiménez) / "The Best Thing About Me Is You" (featuring Joss Stone) 74 1 1 8 25
  • AMPROFON: Platinum[39]
Música + Alma + Sexo
2011 "Más" / "Freak of Nature" 7 13 2 7 43
"Frío" (featuring Wisin & Yandel) 6 7
"Samba" (with Claudia Leitte)[Q] Música + Alma + Sexo (Fun Edition)
2013 "Come with Me" 4 [R] 5 3 92 19 9 Non-album single
2014 "Vida" 5 4 75 98 7 5 One Love, One Rhythm
"Adiós" 9 4 5 12
  • AMPROFON: Platinum+Gold[39]
  • PROMUSICAE: Gold[45]
A Quien Quiera Escuchar
2015 "Disparo al Corazón" 9 1 10 31
  • AMPROFON: Platinum[39]
"Mr. Put It Down" (featuring Pitbull) 1 91 Non-album single
"La Mordidita" (featuring Yotuel) 6 1 159 68 48 3
  • AMPROFON: 3× Platinum[39]
  • FIMI: Platinum[25]
  • PROMUSICAE: 2× Platinum[46]
A Quien Quiera Escuchar
2016 "Perdóname" 25 4 26
"Vente Pa' Ca" (featuring Maluma) [S] 4 1 164 65 1 2 72
  • AMPROFON: Diamond+Platinum[39]
  • FIMI: Platinum[25]
  • IFPI SWI: Platinum[19]
  • PROMUSICAE: 4× Platinum[47]
Non-album single
2018 "Fiebre" (featuring Wisin & Yandel) [T] 17 3 6 24 69
  • AMPROFON: Platinum[39]
  • PROMUSICAE: Gold[49]
  • RIAA: Platinum (Latin)[27]
Non-album single
2019 "Cántalo" (with Residente and Bad Bunny) 35 11
  • RIAA: Gold (Latin)[27]
Pausa
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

2020sEdit

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US Latin
[5]
US Latin Pop
[6]
US Latin Digital
[50]
ARG
[51]
ECU
[52]
MEX
[43]
PAN
[53]
PRI
[54]
PRY
[55]
URY
[56]
2020 "Tiburones" 34 9 7 57 6 11 3 1 5 4 Pausa
"Falta Amor" (with Sebastián Yatra) 19 7 48 4 47 [U] [V] [W] 16 Non-album single
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

As featured artistEdit

Year Single Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[4]
US Latin
[5]
US Latin Pop
[6]
US Latin Digital
[50]
ARG
[51]
FRA
[8]
MEX
[43]
SPA
[10]
SWI
[12]
UK
[13]
2012 "Sexy and I Know It" (Glee Cast featuring Ricky Martin) 81 Glee: The Music, The Complete Season Three
"La Isla Bonita" (Glee Cast featuring Ricky Martin) 99 152
2013 "Más y Más" (Draco Rosa featuring Ricky Martin) 27 9 24 Vida
2014 "Adrenalina" (Wisin featuring Ricky Martin and Jennifer Lopez) 94 2 2 1 122 4 3 57
  • AMPROFON: Platinum[39]
  • FIMI: Gold[25]
  • PROMUSICAE: 2× Platinum[60]
El Regreso del Sobreviviente
"Perdón" (Camila featuring Ricky Martin) Elypse
2015 "Que Se Sienta El Deseo" (Wisin featuring Ricky Martin) 15 4 12 [X] Los Vaqueros 3: La Trilogía
2019 "No Se Me Quita" (Maluma featuring Ricky Martin) 19 26 1
  • AMPROFON: 3× Platinum[39]
  • RIAA: Platinum (Latin)[27]
11:11
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

Promotional singlesEdit

List of promotional singles, showing year released, selected chart positions, certifications, and originating album
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US Latin
[5]
US Latin Pop
[6]
US Latin Pop Digital
[62]
PRI
[63]
HND Pop
[64]
"Juego de Ajedrez" 1992 Ricky Martin
"Ser Feliz" 1993
"Dónde Estarás" 1997 A Medio Vivir
"Corazonado" 1999 20 9 Vuelve
"Cambia la Piel" 2001 Sound Loaded
"Shine"[65] 2011 Música + Alma + Sexo
"Recuerdo"
(with Carla Morrison)
2020 12 15 9 12 Pausa
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Charity songsEdit

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US
[4]
US Latin
[5]
US Latin Pop
[6]
SPA
[10]
1996 "Puedes Llegar" (Voces Unidas) 2 3 Voces Unidas
1999 "We are the World" Pavarotti & Friends For Guatemala And Kosovo
2001 "El Ultimo Adios" (Various Artists) 30 El Ultimo Adios
2003 "What More Can I Give" (The All Stars) Non-album single
2010 "Somos El Mundo 25 Por Haiti" (Artists por Haiti) [Y] 31 Non-album single
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

Other charted songsEdit

List of songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Year Song Peak chart positions Album
SPA
[10]
US Pop Digital Song Sales
[67]
US Latin Digital Song Sales
[68]
US Latin Pop Digital Song Sales
[62]
US Latin Rhythm Airplay
[69]
2008 "Bambú" (Miguel Bosé featuring Ricky Martin) 15 Papito
2012 "Bamboleo / Hero" (Glee Cast featuring Ricky Martin) 49 Glee: The Music, The Complete Season Three
2014 "Quimera" (Pablo Alborán featuring Ricky Martin) 30 Terral
2015 "Isla Bella" 42 16 A Quien Quiera Escuchar
2016 "Haciendo Ruido" (Pitbull featuring Ricky Martin) 21 Dale
2020 "Simple" 11 Pausa
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

Other appearancesEdit

List of other appearances, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Que Hermoso Niño" 1994 None Navidad En Las Americas
"Ask for More / "Siempre Pide Más" 1999 Janet Jackson None
"Mamma" 1999 Luciano Pavarotti Pavarotti & Friends For Guatemala And Kosovo
"El Abrigo" 2012 Tommy Torres, Juanes, Alejandro Sanz 12 Historias

Songwriting creditsEdit

Song Year Artist(s) Album
"Caro" 2018 Bad Bunny X 100Pre

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Without physical release, "Te Extraño, Te Olvido, Te Amo" was ineligible to chart in Spain, but it peaked at number 2 on the Top 40 Radio chart.[14]
  2. ^ "María" charted as a double A-side single with "The Cup of Life" in Australia.
  3. ^ Without physical release, "A Medio Vivir" was ineligible to chart in Spain, but it peaked at number 34 on the Top 40 Radio chart.[14]
  4. ^ Without physical release, "Bombón de Azúcar" was ineligible to chart in Spain, but it peaked at number 16 on the Top 40 Radio chart.[14]
  5. ^ Without physical release, "Volveras" was ineligible to chart in Spain, but it peaked at number 20 on the Top 40 Radio chart.[14]
  6. ^ "Corazón" was released exclusively in Finlad, where it peaked at number 20.[21]
  7. ^ "The Cup of Life" charted as a double A-side single with "María" in Australia.
  8. ^ Without physical release, "Perdido Sin Ti" was ineligible to chart in Spain, but it peaked at number 18 on the Top 40 Radio chart.[14]
  9. ^ Without physical release, "Casi un Bolero" was ineligible to chart in Spain, but it peaked at number 7 on the Top 40 Radio chart.[14]
  10. ^ Without physical release, "Bella" was ineligible to chart in Spain, but it peaked at number 13 on the Top 40 Radio chart.[14]
  11. ^ Without physical release, "Private Emotion" was ineligible to chart in Spain, but it peaked at number 25 on the Top 40 Radio chart.[14]
  12. ^ "Come to Me" was released exclusively in the Netherlands, where it peaked at number 92.[35]
  13. ^ "Relight My Fire" was released exclusively to US clubs and peaked at number 5 on the US Dance Club Songs.[36]
  14. ^ "Jaleo" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 22 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[37]
  15. ^ "Y Todo Queda en Nada" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 9 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[37]
  16. ^ "Drop It on Me" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 20 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[37]
  17. ^ "Samba" was released exclusively in Brazil.
  18. ^ As an English song, "Come with Me" was ineligible to chart the Hot Latin Songs, but it peaked at number one on the Latin Airplay chart.[44]
  19. ^ "Vente Pa' Ca" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 25 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[37]
  20. ^ "Fiebre" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 47 on the Radio Songs chart.[48]
  21. ^ "Falta Amor" did not enter the Panama Top 20 General, but peaked at number 1 on the Panama Top 20 Pop chart.[57]
  22. ^ "Falta Amor" did not enter the Puerto Rico Top 20 General, but peaked at number 11 on the Puerto Rico Top 20 Pop chart.[58]
  23. ^ "Falta Amor" did not enter the Paraguay Top 20 General, but peaked at number 8 on the Paraguay Top 20 Pop chart.[59]
  24. ^ "Que Se Sienta El Deseo" did not enter the Mexico Airplay, but peaked at number 35 on the Mexico Espanol Airplay chart.[61]
  25. ^ "Somos El Mundo 25 Por Haiti" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 15 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[66]

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