Saturno, launched Nov. 11 through Sony Music Latin, begins with 19,000 equal album models earned within the U.S. within the week ending Nov. 17, in accordance with Luminate. Many of the set’s opening sum includes streaming exercise, which equates to 25.63 million on-demand official streams of the album’s songs, whereas 500 models derive from album gross sales and track-equivalent album models.
On the multimetric High Latin Albums chart, every unit equals one album sale, or 10 particular person tracks bought 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 18-track Saturno is a left flip for Rauw, because the set includes rhythmic, dance and R&B-peppered tunes, as in comparison with its Latin entice predecessor, Lure Cake, Vol. 2. The latter reached No. 6 on High Latin Albums.
Along with his No. 2 on the High Latin Albums chart, Saturno additionally debuts at No. 25 on the all-genre Billboard 200. Beforehand, Vice Versa took him to a No. 17 excessive there. Elsewhere, Saturno concurrently launches at No. 2 on Latin Rhythm Albums.
The brand new album was preceded by two songs on the multimetric Hot Latin Songs chart, beginning with “Punto 40,” with Child Rasta, which peaks at No. 11 on the present rating because the Biggest Gainer/Streaming monitor of the week. “Lokera,” with Lyanno and Brray, in the meantime, holds at its No. 12 peak for a second week.
As Saturno arrives, 4 of the songs of the album debut on the airplay-, streaming data-, and digital sales-blended tally. Plus, “Dime Quién???” re-enters at a No. 36 excessive.
Right here’s the complete rundown of Rauw Alejandro’s appearances on Sizzling Latin Songs this week:
No. 11, “Punto 40,” with Child Rasta
No. 12, “Lokera,” with Lyanno and Brray
No. 15, “Lejos del Cielo” (debut)
No. 36, “Dime Quién???”
No. 38, “Dejau’,” with DJ Playero
No. 40, “Gatas,” with Chris Palace
No. 44, “Que Rico Chi**gamos”
Additional, one of many new seven recruits grants Rauw a sixth go to to the general Billboard Sizzling 100 record: “Lokera” at No. 99.