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Flex discography

Flex discography
Releases
Studio albums 3
EPs 1
Singles 10
Music videos 9
Featured singles 1

The discography of Panamian reggaeton singer Flex consists of three studio albums, eight solo singles, one featured single and one EP, collaborations are also included.

Flex released his Debut album Te Quiero: Romantic Style In Da World on 2007, with the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin No. 1 debut single "Te Quiero". It reached number No. 1 on many countries, making his first single to enter on U.S. Billboard Hot 100 on No. 86. A remix with Belinda was released later for the album's Fan edition. It was released with other two singles, "Escápate" and "Sin Tu Amor", back later Flex collaborated on Kumbia All Starz's song "Por Ti Baby". On 2009, Flex released his second album La Evolución Romantic Style with his second U.S. Billboard Hot Latin No. 1 single "Dime Si Te Vas Con Él" followed by "Te Amo Tanto".

On March, 2010 Flex released his third album Romantic Style Parte 3: Desde La Esencia. The album features the single "Besos de Amor" featuring Kumbia All Starz's member Ricky Rick.[1]

Albums

Year Album Chart positions Certifications
(sales threshold)
Sales
US
[2]
US
Latin

[2]
ARG
[3][4]
MEX
[5]
2007 Te Quiero: Romantic Style In Da World
70
1
15
1
  • Worldwide:
    1,200,000[7]
  • US:
    236,000[8]
2009 La Evolución Romantic Style
104
3
1
46
  • Worldwide:
    700,000[7]
2010 Romantic Style Parte 3: Desde La Esencia 20
"—" denotes the album failed to chart or not released

EPs

  • 2009: AOL Dejando Huellas EP

Singles

The following singles have been released commercially with their respective music videos; this section does not include promotional singles.

Year Title Chart positions[9][10] Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Album
US US
Latin
US
Rhythm
US
Trop
US
Latin
Pop
US
Reg
Mex
SPA
2007 "Te Quiero" 86 1 1 1 3 7 1
Te Quiero: Romantic Style In Da World
"Escápate" 15
2008 "Sin Tu Amor" (feat. Alex Pro)
"Te Quiero (Remix)" (feat. Belinda)
2009 "Te Dejaré"
La Evolución Romantic Style
"Dime Si Te Vas Con Él" (feat. Mr. Saik) 120 1 7 2 23 22
"Te Amo Tanto" 29 6 10 37
2010 "Besos de Amor" (feat. Ricky Rick) 36 7 26 40
Romantic Style Parte 3: Desde La Esencia
"Entre Mis Brazos"
"Si Tú Te Vas"
As featured artist
2008 "Por Ti Baby" (Kumbia All Starz feat. Flex) 23 6
Planeta Kumbia
"—" denotes the single failed to chart or not released

Collaborations

  • 2007 Vete (with Eddie Lover)
  • 2008 Luna (Remix) (with El Artista)
  • 2008 Bésame Otra Vez (with Filthy Rich)
  • 2008 Escúcheme Señora (with Alex Pro)
  • 2008 Amor Letra Por Letra (with Eiza González)
  • 2008 Por Ti Baby (with Kumbia All Starz)
  • 2008 Me Acuerdo (with Vico C) (El show de los sueños)
  • 2008 Sigue Bailando Mi Amor (Remix) (with El Roockie)
  • 2009 La Múcura (with Yuri)
  • 2009 Carita Bonita (Remix) (with Erre XI and Pee Wee)
  • 2011 Contestame El Telefono (with Alexis & Fido)
  • 2011 Si Decides Regresar (with Mach, Daddy & El Roockie)
  • 2011 En Silencio (Remix) (with Eddy Lover, Joey Montana, El Rockie, Mr Phillips, Mach And Daddy)


Music videos

Year Song Director(s)
2007 "Escápate" Lucho Espada[11]
"Te Quiero" Conrado Martínez[12]
"Sin Tu Amor" (with Alex Pro) Conrado Martínez[13]
2008 "Te Quiero" (Spanglish Version) (with Belinda) Billy Mann[14]
"Por Ti Baby" (with Kumbia All Starz) Lucuma[15]
2009 "Te Dejaré" Gabo Ximenez[16]
"Dime Si Te Vas Con Él" (with Mr. Saik) La Cuadra[17]
"Te Amo Tanto" Conrado Martínez[18]
2010 "Besos de Amor" (with Ricky Rick) Eduardo Duque & Andre Barren

References

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