Juanes Earns Fifth No. 1 on Top Latin Albums Chart With 'Mis Planes Son Amarte'

Juanes in 2017
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Juanes photographed at Perez Art Museum Miami on April 3, 2017 in Miami. 

Also: Shakira’s 20th Hot 100 hit, and Ulices Chaidez scores first No. 1.

Juanes collects his fifth No. 1 on Top Latin Albums (chart dated June 3), as his latest project, Mis Planes Son Amarte, arrives with 8,000 album equivalent units earned in the week ending May 18, according to Nielsen Music. Billed as a visual album, the set was accompanied by a film, also titled Mis Planes Son Amarte.

Meanwhile, album single “Hermosa Ingrata” spends a 16th week on the Latin Airplay chart (28-32), where it previously peaked at No. 7. It became the musician’s 20th top 10 (on the April 29 chart), tying him for seventh place of acts with the most top 10s on the 23-year-old tally.

The Colombian star first led the Top Latin Albums chart in 2003 with Un Dia Normal, which launched six hits on the Hot Latin Songs chart, including a five-week reign at No. 1 with “Fotografia.” The new set includes featured guests Kali Uchis (on “Un Ratico”) and Fonseca (“Alguna Vez”), plus Juanes’ first original English-language song, “Goodbye For Now.”

Shakira’s 20th Hot 100 Hit: Elsewhere on the charts, Shakira notches her 20th hit on the Billboard Hot 100 as “Me Enamore” debuts at No. 100. It concurrently soars 12-5 on Hot Latin Songs, becoming her 27th career top 10 on the tally, extending her record for most top 10s by a woman (Gloria Estefan follows, with 23).

The track’s climb is fueled by its music video release on May 12. The clip aids in a 171 percent increase in weekly U.S. streams, to 4 million (with 65 percent stemming from YouTube plays). The new single previews El Dorado, Shakira’s 11th studio album, out May 26.

Ulices Chaidez Climbs: Finally, Ulices Chaidez y Sus Plebes rise 2-1 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart with “Te Regalo” (up one percent in audience, to 9.7 million impressions in the week ending May 21). The lift gives the group, led by 17-year-old Chaidez, its first No. 1 on the chart.