Mexican crooner Luis Miguel debuted at No. 1 on Top Latin Albums with his new self-titled album, backed by a series of performances in Las Vegas commemorating the Mexican Bicentennial.

"Luis Miguel" (Warner Music Latina) moved close to 9,000 copies, nudging Enrique Iglesias' "Euphoria" down to No. 2. "Euphoria," however, continues to sell strongly, making it a real possibility that it may climb back to No. 1 in the near future for a tenth week on the top spot of the chart.

The big surprise of the week is Puerto Rican singer Juan Velez, who debuts at No. 3 on the chart with his sophomore album, "Te Tengo o Te Perdí." The EP, out on Universal Music Latino, sold over 4,000 copies in Puerto Rico alone, a major achievement for a developing act.

In the digital realm, Shakira's new single "Loca," a merengue of sorts featuring El Cata, debuts at No. 1 on the digital tropical charts with nearly 6,000 donwloads.