Larry Hernandez Scores Eighth Top 10 on Latin Albums Chart

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Larry Hernandez performs in Indianapolis on Feb. 1, 2012. 

Also, Mana scores 30th Hot Latin Songs hit.

American Regional Mexican singer-songwriter Larry Hernandez takes the No. 2 spot on Top Latin Albums as Vete Acostumbrando arrives with 3,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen Music. The sales entrance is his best since 2010, when Larrymania debuted at No. 2 (5,000 units). Hernandez produced the set, which includes a range of styles within the genre, from banda to corridos. He is currently filming the fourth season of his reality show Larrymania, set to premiere June 14 on NBC Universo.

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Hernandez has visited the top 10 seven times previously, stretching back to 2009's 16 Narco Corridos, which peaked at No. 4. He's yet to earn a No. 1 set, though he's earned a trio of No. 2-peaking albums (including the new Vete Acostumbrando).

Mana’s 30th Hot Latin Songs Hit: Mana lands its 30th Hot Latin Songs hit with “La Prision,” which enters the chart at No. 41. It’s the second charted song from the group’s Cama Incendiada album, following “Mi Verdad,” featuring Shakira, which debuted at No. 1 on the chart dated Feb. 28 and ranks at No. 16 in its 16th chart week. The band first landed on the list in 1994 when “La Chula” reached No. 9 and has since notched 10 No. 1 titles. Those top 10 efforts include three No. 1 debuts -- the most among any act in the 29-year history of the chart.

Sanz Soars: Alejandro Sanz’s “Un Zombie a la Intemperie” vaults 13-5 on Latin Airplay, with Greatest Gainer honors, climbing 37 percent (to 8.9 million audience impressions) in its 13th week on the chart. “Zombie” becomes the singer’s ninth top five charting track on this tally, and first since “No Me Compares” crowned the list for two weeks in 2012.