Which Latin Artist Will Hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 With a Spanish-Language Album First? Vote!

Bad Bunny
Ramona Rosales

Bad Bunny photographed on Jan. 26, 2019 at El Cortez Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Bad Bunny set a new chart record for a Latin artist this week, with his new album YHLQMDLG debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. Amid the current explosion of Latin music on the charts, that's officially the all-time peak for a Spanish-language project in the history of the Billboard chart.

In the wake of Bad Bunny's history-making accomplishment, Billboard wants to know: Which Latin artist will become the first ever with a No. 1 Spanish-language album?

Could it be an established megastar who already has an English-language No. 1 under his or her belt, like Jennifer Lopez (2001's J.Lo) or Ricky Martin (1999's Ricky Martin)? Or will it be a rising star from Latin music's new guard like Rosalía, Karol G or CNCO?

Perhaps you're hoping it will be an artist with massive crossover appeal like Shakira or Enrique Iglesias, both of whom have numerous top 10 albums in their discography but have never hit No. 1 on the chart.

Vote in Billboard's poll below for who you predict will be the first to reach the top!

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