It’s the primary time in additional than two years that two albums by ladies bow within the prime 10 concurrently.
Thalia and Mon Laferte debut within the prime 10 of the Latin Pop Albums chart (dated Nov. 24) with their respective new albums, Valiente and Norma, at Nos. 1 and 9. It's the primary time in additional than two years that two albums by ladies have debuted within the prime 10 concurrently.
The final time two albums by ladies to debut within the prime 10 in the identical monitoring week got here on the June 25, 2016-dated chart. That week, Puerto Rican singer-songwriter iLe debuted at No. 5 with Inevitable and Mexican singer Anahi opened at No. 6 with Inesperado.
Thalia’s 14th studio album, Valiente, launched Sony Music Latin on Nov. 9, begins with a bit of over 2,000 equal album models earned within the week ending Nov. 15. Of that sum, 2,000 have been in conventional album gross sales, whereas the remaining will be attributed to streaming equal album models and monitor equal album models.
Valiente is Thalia’s seventh chart chief and her first in over two years. She's now tied with Shakira for essentially the most No. 1s on the Latin Pop Albums chart amongst ladies. Thalia final reigned atop the tally with Latina (May 28, 2016), which led for 2 consecutive weeks.
The set has yielded one charting title on the Hot Latin Songs tally, which blends airplay, digital gross sales, and streaming exercise: “No Me Acuerdo” with Natti Natasha ranked within the prime 20 for ten weeks (No. 14 peak, Sept. 22).
Concurrently, Valiente debuts at No. 7 on the Top Latin Albums and No. 1 on the Latin Album Sales charts.
Back on the Latin Pop Albums chart, Mon Laferte debuts at No. 9 with her sixth studio album, and second chart entry, Norma. The set, launched by Universal Music Latino, opens with 1,000 equal album models earned — practically all from album gross sales.
The No. 9 debut bests her earlier and first chart entry, La Trenza, which debuted at No. 13 in May 2017, later peaking at No. four.
Norma begins within the prime 25 of the Top Latin Albums chart, debuting at No. 24.