Siblings Jenni and Lupillo Rivera Make Top 10 Debuts With New Albums
Photograph Courtesy of Fonovisa Records/UMLE

Also: Romeo Santos scores his eighth No. 1 on Tropical Airplay with "Eres Mia"

On Top Latin Albums, Jenni Rivera debuts at No. 1 with "1969-Siempre — En Vivo Desde Monterrey: Parte 2," selling 10,000 copies in the week ending July 6, according to Nielsen SoundSCan. Rivera also debuts atop Regional Mexican Albums, tying with Selena for most No. 1s by a female.

"1969-Siempre: Parte 2" is the second volume of her final live concert in Monterrey, Mexico -- recorded the night before she died on Dec. 9, 2012. The first volume of the two-part set leaps 22-10 on Top Latin Albums, the album has sold 84,000 copies to date.

Meanwhile, Jenni's brother Lupillo Rivera nabs a No. 9 debut on Regional Mexican Albums with "El Rey De Los Borrachos," moving nearly 1,000 units.  The entrance grants Rivera his 12th top 10 on the chart. Lupillo Rivera made unfortunate headlines this week as three people were killed in a stampede at a show outside of Mexico City on July 5, where he was playing alongside La Arrolladora Banda El Limoon and Banda La Trakalosa.

On Latin Airplay, Jenni Rivera's “Resulta” earns the greatest gainer award, jumping 12-5, to become the songstress’ fourth top 10 on the chart. The track saw a 45 percent rise, to 8.7 million audience impressions during the tracking week, according to Nielsen BDS. Over on Hot Latin Songs, “Resulta” hops 18-14.

Finally, on Tropical Airplay, Romeo Santos gets his eighth No. 1 as “Eres Mia” hops 3-1 in its seventh week. The song saw an 11 percent rise, to 574 spins at the format. Santos makes history this week as he headlines New York’s Yankee Stadium on July 11 and 12, becoming the first Latin artist in over 40 years to do so (Fania All Stars headlined in 1973).