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Eladio Carrión’s ‘Sen2 Kbrn Vol. 2’ Debuts in Top 5 on Top Latin Albums Chart

The 10-track set was released Nov. 18.

Eladio Carrión secures his third top 10 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart as Sen2 Kbrn, Vol. 2 debuts at No. 4 on the Dec. 3-dated list. The album is the follow-up to Sen2 Kbrn, Vol. 1 which debuted and peaked at No. 20 in July 2021.

Sen2 Kbrn, Vol. 2 was released Nov. 18 via Rimas Entertainment. The set debuts in the top five on Top Latin Albums and Latin Rhythm Albums with 10,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. after its first tracking week ending Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, according to Luminate. Vol. 2 also launches at No. 121 on the overall Billboard 200, the only one of the Sen2 Kbrn volumes to score an entry there.


On the multi-metric Top Latin Albums chart, each unit equals one album sale, or 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid/subscription on-demand official audio and video streams generated by songs from an album.

The majority of Vol. 2’s opening sum derives from streaming equivalent album units which equates to 15 million on-demand official streams for the album’s songs.

As mentioned, with the new entry, Carrión earns his third straight top 10, after another volume 2 album. Sauce Boyz 2 gave the Puerto Rican rapper his highest mark on the tally to date: a No. 2 debut and peak in December 2021. Previously, Carrión achieved his first entry and top 10 through the No. 8 high Sauce Boyz in 2020.

Meanwhile, Sen2 Kbrn, Vol. 2 gives Carrión his fourth straight top 10 on Latin Rhythm Albums, including the No. 8-peaking Monarca in January 2021.

As Vol. 2 arrives, two songs from the album debut on the Hot Latin Songs chart. “Mbappe,” the track dedicated to French soccer player Kylian Mbappé, leads the new recruits, debuting at No. 21, largely from its streaming activity, with 17.7 million official streams logged in the week ending Nov. 24. It also grants Carrión his highest charting title on the multi-metric tally.

Meanwhile, “Gladiador” follows at No. 39, likely from its streaming activity (1.5 million official streams). Hot Latin Songs blends airplay, streaming activity, and digital sales.