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Ricky Martin Rockets to Top 10 After Latin Grammys

Ricky Martin
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Ricky Martin performs onstage during the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina festival presented by Sprint at The Forum on November 22, 2014 in Inglewood, California. 

Ricky Martin scores his 24th top 10 as "Adios" jumps 16-9 on Hot Latin Songs. The rise is fueled by Martin's performance of the uptempo song on the 15th annual Latin Grammy Awards, which aired on Univision on Nov. 20. The performance boosted the tune's digital sales 151 percent (to 3,000 downloads) in the week ending Nov. 23, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The rise in sales also drives the track 15-4 on Latin Digital Songs.

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"Adios" pushes Martin ahead of Gloria Estefan on the list of acts with the most top 10 hits on Hot Latin Songs. Luis Miguel leads all artists, with 39 top 10s, followed by Enrique Iglesias (34), Chayanne (29), Cristian Castro (29), Marco Antonio Solis (25), Martin (24) and Estefan (23).

In addition to his solo turn on the awards, Martin also performed with Mexican duo Camila, singing their track "Perdon." It also enjoyed a post-show jump in sales (130 percent, to over 2,000 downloads), rising 21-9 on Latin Digital Songs. On the Latin Grammy Awards' red carpet, Martin announced that his upcoming studio album will be released early next year. 

Thalia's 3rd Chart Topper: Meanwhile, Thalia crowns Top Latin Albums with her latest set Amore Mio, shifting 3,000 copies in its first week according to Nielsen SoundScan. It's the third No. 1 for the Mexican pop star, and is the follow-up studio album to Habitame Siempre, which arrived at the top in 2012 (6,000 copies). Thalia also debuts at No. 50 on Hot Latin Songs with album track "Por Lo Que Reste De Mi Vida," her 24th charting song on the list. 

Calibre 50 Hits No. 1: Regional Mexican Airplay receives a new No. 1 as Calibre 50 steps 2-1 with "Javier El de Los Llanos," in its 13th week on the chart. The song reached 9.3 million audience impressions at the format (a 2 percent rise), according to Nielsen BDS. It dips slightly on Hot Latin Songs (12-14), while "Que Tiene de Malo," featuring El Komander, jumps 29-21 receiving Airplay Gainer honors. "Malo" climbs 34-21 on Regional Mexican Airplay with a 75 percent gain.