Laura Pausini's 'Hazte Sentir' Debuts In Top Five on Latin Pop Albums Chart

Julian Hargreaves
Laura Pausini

Plus, new Top 10s for Olga Tañon and Sebastian Yatra.

On the Latin Pop Albums chart (dated March 31) Laura Pausini debuts at No. 5 with her new effort Hazte Sentir. The set earned 1,000 equivalent album units in the week ending March 22, most of which are in traditional album sales, according to Nielsen Music.

Hazte Sentir — released on March 16 via Gente Edizioni/Warner Latina — is Pausini’s 14th studio album, and sixth top five-charting effort on the Latin Pop Albums chart. In total, she’s collected 14 chart entries, of which 12 reached the top 10. The album follows Pausini’s Similares, which debuted and peaked at No. 3 in 2015.

On the Top Latin Albums chart, the new album is her 14th chart entry, bowing at No. 35.

Hazte Sentir was preceded by its lead single “Nadie ha Dicho,” which dips one spot to No. 22, down from its No. 21 peak a week earlier. 

Over on the World Albums chart, the Italian-language version of Hazte Sentir, named Fatti Sentire, bows at No. 12. It’s her fifth entry on the tally.

Olga Tañon Picks Up Her 28th Top 10 on Tropical Songs: Meanwhile, on the Tropical Songs airplay chart, Olga Tañon logs her 28th top 10 as “Como En Las Vegas,” with Chyno Miranda, glides 14-10 in its ninth week on the list. Tañon extends her record as the woman with the most top 10 hits in the 23-year history of the list. (In second place is Shakira, with 19.)

Among all acts, Tañon trails only Victor Manuelle (54), Marc Anthony (45), Daddy Yankee and Gilberto Santa Rosa (both with 33), Elvis Crespo (31) and Jerry Rivera (29).

Tañon’s tune — which she performed with Miranda on Univision’s Teletón USA 2018 on March 24 — lifts with an 8 percent rise in audience earned in the week ending March 25 (1.7 million for the week).

Sebastian Yatra Logs Second Top 10 on Latin Airplay Chart: Finally, over on the Latin Airplay chart, Sebastian Yatra collects his second top 10 with “Sutra,” featuring Dalmata. The song climbs 11-8, despite its 3 percent decline in audience (down to 9.3 million).

“Sutra” is the third single from Yatra’s recently announced album, Mantra, due out in May. The song follows “Robarte Un Beso,” his duet with Carlos Vives, which gave Yatra his first No. 1 on the list.