Bad Bunny, the Puerto Rican singer, rapper and streaming megastar, has set an trade milestone along with his newest album, “El Último Tour del Mundo”: It’s the first LP solely in Spanish to high the Billboard 200 album chart.
“El Último Tour” had the equal of 116,000 gross sales in the US, based on Nielsen Music, together with 146 million streams and 12,000 copies bought as a whole bundle. It’s Dangerous Bunny’s first No. 1 — his final album, “YHLQMDLG,” stalled at No. 2 in March.
In line with Billboard, two albums “mostly” in Spanish have taken the highest spot earlier than: Il Divo’s “Ancora” (2006) and Selena’s “Dreaming of You” (1995), however Dangerous Bunny is the primary to achieve No. 1 with lyrics solely in Spanish. Streaming has been key to Dangerous Bunny’s success: he’s in style all over the world, and final week Spotify introduced that he was the service’s most-streamed act up to now in 2020, with 8.three billion clicks of his songs.
Final week, one other language barrier on the charts was damaged when the Ok-pop stars BTS had the first Korean-language No. 1 single, with “Life Goes On.”
Additionally on this week’s album chart, Miley Cyrus opened at No. 2 along with her rock reinvention “Plastic Hearts,” her highest chart place since 2013, when “Bangerz” went to No. 1.
BTS’s album “Be,” final week’s high vendor, fell to No. three in its second week out. Ariana Grande’s “Positions” is No. four and Pop Smoke’s “Shoot for the Stars Intention for the Moon” is in fifth place. Michael Bublé’s “Christmas,” a seasonal hit annually because it was launched in 2011, climbed seven spots to No. 6.