The legendary singer-songwriter scores his highest debut following his death.
The set opens with 2,000 in equivalent album units earned in the week ending Sept. 12, mostly attributed to streaming activity. It’s the sixth top 10 effort for the late artist in total, and his highest charting since the No. 2-peaking A La Voluntad Del Cielo closed out a top 5 run in Jan. 1992. The set yielded Sesto’s only No. 1 on the Hot Latin Songs chart: “Amor Mio, Qué Me Has Hecho?” which reigned for nine consecutive weeks starting Nov. 23, 2991.
The Spanish vocalist last visited the top region of the Latin Pop Albums chart over seven years ago when 20 Grandes Éxitos, another greatest hits album, peaked at No. 7 (Sept. 15, 2012). Sesto secured his first and only Latin Pop Albums No. 1, however, in 1988 when Amor Libre ruled for three weeks starting Sept. 10.