Los Tigres del Norte's "La Granja" debuts at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Regional Mexican Albums chart, making that the 21st time the group reached the top of the chart, a record. Los Temerarios holds the second most with 14 chart-toppers.

Twelve of Los Tigres' 21 No. 1's were albums that debuted in that position. Los Temerarios and Intocable follow with the highest number of No. 1 debuts-tying for eight in total.

In other chart news, Shakira's "Loba" hit No. 1 on the Tropical songs airplay chart, her second No. 1 in the format. Prior to this, her single "La Tortura" topped that chart in 2005.

And pianist Arthur Hanlon debuts at No. 44 on the Hot Latin Songs chart with "Ya Te Olvidé," featuring Ricardo Montaner on vocals. Hanlon had been on the charts before with 2005's "La Gorda Linda," which peaked at No. 39 and at No. 1 on the Tropical Airplay chart. Prior to that, the last pianist on Hot Latin songs was Raul Di Blasio in 1998.

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