Ozuna makes history on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart, as his Odisea spends a 30th week atop the list (dated March 31). That's the most weeks at No. 1 for an album by a male artist in the 24-year history of the tally. The set was previously tied with Luis Miguel's Segundo Romance, with 29 weeks on top in 1995-96. (The Top Latin Albums chart launched on July 10, 1993.)
Further, with Odisea surpassing Segundo Romance, Odisea now has sole ownership of the third-most weeks atop the list among all albums. It trails only the all-time leader, Gloria Estefan's Mi Tierra (58 weeks in 1993-94), and Selena's Dreaming of You (44 weeks at No. 1 in 1995-97).
Reached via email, Ozuna tells Billboard: “I’m happy and thankful with God and the people, and with my team who works with me day and night. I worked on this album with all my heart and for the enjoyment of everybody. I never expected to break records nor for it to spend so many weeks at No. 1.”