Golden also earns the biggest sales week for a Latin album in more than two years -- since Ricky Martin's A Quien Quiera Escuchar launched with a handful of copies more (but still a rounded 25,000 sold).
Santos' previous release, his former Latin Albums chart-topper Formula: Vol. 2, concurrently holds its position at No. 5 on the Top Latin Albums chart with 2,000 units (up 10 percent). The album holds the record for most weeks spent in the top 10 of the chart, with 115. Selena’s Amor Prohibido is second with 111.
Santos also makes a dent on the Hot Latin Songs chart. The singer debuts four songs on the tally, while the new album’s lead single “Imitadora” climbs 7-5. The single also enters the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 91, following “Heroe Favorito” as the second single from the album to hit the chart.
Santos’ other hits to debut on the Hot Latin Songs chart include “Bella y Sensual,” featuring Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee, at No. 19; “Sobredosis,” featuring Ozuna, at No. 27; “Tuyo” at No. 36; and “Perjurio” at No. 47.