Gloria Trevi's 'El Amor' Tops Latin Albums Chart

Gloria Trevi 2015
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Gloria Trevi announces her worldwide tour 'El Amor' during the press conference held at The Greek Theatre on Aug. 18, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Mexican singer Gloria Trevi debuts at No. 1 on Top Latin Albums, with her latest set El Amor, earning her second chart-topping trip.

The pop diva’s eighth charted album arrives with 3,000 copies sold in the week ending Aug. 27, according to Nielsen Music.

Trevi first crowned the chart in 2011, when Gloria entered at No. 1 (8,000 sold). She has reached the top 10 five times since first landing on list in 1994 (Mas Turbada Que Nunca, No. 43 peak). (The Top Latin Albums chart launched in July 1993.)

Meanwhile, Trevi's latest single “Como Yo te Amo” reaches a new peak on Latin Pop Airplay, hopping 25-20 in its ninth charting week.

Wisin’s Airplay No. 1: Wisin scores his fourth solo No. 1 on Latin Airplay, and 14th career chart-topper as half of Wisin & Yandel, as “Si Lo Hacemos Bien” leaps 8-1 (up 53 percent, to 11.6 million audience impressions). Over on Hot Latin Songs, the track bounds 25-12.

Following the recent leak of his third solo studio album, Los Vaqueros: La Trilogia, Wisin announced via his Facebook and Instagram that the release was bumped up to Sept. 4 (it was originally slated for Sept. 11), with an iTunes preorder launched Sept. 1. 

J Balvin’s ‘Ginza’ Goes No. 1: J Balvin hops 3-1 on Latin Pop Airplay (up 4 percent in plays at the format) with his latest single “Ginza,” topping the chart for the second time. Earlier this year, Balvin spent three weeks at No. 1 with “Ay Vamos.” The spike in airplay nudges “Ginza” 3-2 on Hot Latin Songs, where it also takes Streaming Gainer honors (up 38 percent to 1.2 million weekly streams). The track sold 5,000 downloads during the week ending Aug. 28, causing it to climb 4-3 on Latin Digital Songs.


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