Ozuna’s ‘OzuTochi’ Launches at No. 5 on Top Latin Albums Chart – Billboard


Ozuna collects his sixth prime 10 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart as his newest full-length, OzuTochi, debuts at No. 5 on the checklist dated Oct. 22. The set concurrently opens at No. 4 on Latin Rhythm Albums.

OzuTochi begins with 8,000 equal album items earned within the U.S. within the week ending Oct. 13, in keeping with Luminate. Whereas a lot of the album’s first-week whole derives from streaming-equivalent album items, 500 stem from conventional gross sales and track-equivalent items mixed.

On the multimetric High Latin Albums chart as measured in equal album items, every unit equals one album sale, or 10 particular person tracks offered from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid/subscription on-demand official audio and video streams generated by songs from an album.

The songs on OzuTochi logged 11 million on-demand official streams in its opening week. The 18-track set was launched Oct. 7 by way of Aura/Sony Music Latin and is billed as Ozuna’s fifth studio album as a soloist. The set follows a collaborative launch with Anuel AA: Los Dioses, which earned Ozuna his fifth No. 1 on the all-Latin albums tally (February 2021).

Ozuna’s debut effort, Odisea, bowed at No. 1 in September 2017. It held sturdy on the summit for 46 weeks, tying with Dangerous Bunny’s X100PRE for the third-most amongst all acts since High Latin Albums launched in 1993 (behind Benito’s 70 weeks atop with YHLQMDLG and Gloria Estefan’s Mi Tierra, a complete of 58).

In whole, of Ozuna’s seven charting efforts on High Latin Albums, 5 have reached No. 1 (Odisea, Aura, Nibiru, Enoc and his collaborative set with Anuel AA, Los Dioses).

Again to OzuTochi, as talked about, the set additionally begins at No. 4 on Latin Rhythm Albums. Because it sends X100PRE to No. 5, it ceases Dangerous Bunny’s domination of the highest 4, a feat his endured for 13 consecutive rankings (because the July 23-dated rating).

OzuTochi was preceded by “Somos Iguales,” a collaborative music with Tokischa, that includes Louchie Lou and Michie One. It hits a brand new peak of No. 34 on the present multi-metric Sizzling Latin Songs chart. The pair’s first joint observe samples Louchie Lou and Michie One’s 1993 tune “Wealthy Woman.” The brand new Caribbean-rhythmic model was produced by DJ Luian, Mambo Kingz, Jowny, and Hydro. (“Wealthy Woman” was later refreshed by Gwen Stefani’s 2004 music of the identical title, that includes Eve. Each variations of “Wealthy Woman,” and “Somos Iguales,” all name again to the music “If I Have been a Wealthy Man,” from the stage musical Fiddler on the Roof.)

“Somos Iguales” additionally pounces to the No. 1 rank on the all-genre Latin Airplay chart, because it rallies 13-1 with 9 million in viewers impressions, up 55%, earned within the U.S. within the week ending Oct. 16. It’s a twenty ninth win for Ozuna. In the meantime, Tokischa, Louchie Lou and Michie One, all prime the checklist with their first chart entry.

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