Singer/songwriter Marco Antonio Solís' No. 1 debut this week on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart makes him the artist with most No. 1s -- a whooping 10 -- on the history of the chart.

Solís' "En Total Plenitud" (Fonovisa) moved more than 10,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan, easily bumping Vicente Fernández, whose No. 1 debut last week, "El Hombre que Más te Amó" (Sony), moved to No. 3. Enrique Iglesias' "Euphoria" (Universal) remains solidly at No. 2 on the chart after it's longstanding reign at the top spot.

Beyond the historic No. 1 ranking, Solis' performance this week is remarkable because 10% of sales derived from digital album sales, a rarity for an artist whose core fan base is regional Mexican. Solis, who was Billboard's Latin Artist of the decade, stands out as one of the few acts who has been able to thrive on both regional Mexican and pop circuits. "En Total Plenitud" is a pop album with touches of traditional Mexican sounds and rhythm.

On the Hot Latin Tracks chart, Solis' performance is more subdued, with first single "A dónde vamos a parar" rising from 19 to 18. The major chart movement this week was seen by urban music, with Don Omar's "Danza Kuduro" (Universal) vaulting from No. 8 to No. 4 and with Pitbull's "Bon Bon" (mr305/sony) entering the chart at No. 14. "Bon Bon" samples from "We No Speak Americano" by Yolanda Be Cool & D-Cup, which in turn, rises from No. 25 to No. 21.