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Remmy Valenzuela Debuts At No. 1 On Top Latin Albums Chart

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Remmy Valenzuela arrives at the 21st annual BMI Latin Awards at the Bellagio on March 11, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Remmy Valenzuela claims the No. 1 spot on Top Latin Albums with "De Alumno A Maestro," selling 3,000 first-week copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

The 23-year-old regional Mexican newcomer also bullets at its No. 6 peak to date on Regional Mexican Songs with "Te Toco Perder" (5.6 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen BDS). Last year, he reached No. 32 on the chart with "Te Olvidare," the title track from his debut album.

Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga enters Top Latin Albums at No. 2 with "No Me Pidas Perdon." The start marks the best chart peak for the regional Mexican group and second top 10; it last reached No. 8 with "Mi Razon de Ser" in 2012. On Regional Mexican Songs, the new set's title cut soars 33-18 (up 102 percent to 3.4 million). The group recently spent six weeks atop the tally with "Hermosa Experiencia."

Calibre 50 hops 2-1 on Regional Mexican Songs with "Tus Latidos," grasping its second chart-topper. The song rises by 12 percent to 8.6 million in audience. The track steps 11-10 on Hot Latin Songs, becoming the group's third top 10 on the list.


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