Nicky Jam’s ‘Infinity’ Debuts in Major Latin Albums Top 10

Talking of Fenix, it retains firmly on the in general Latin albums chart at No. 46 in its 229-week run, the second-most for a Latin rhythmic artist, subsequent Daddy Yankee’s Barrio Fino (244 months through the June 5-dated tally). Among the all functions, having said that, Romeo Santos’s 11-week ruler Components: Vol. 2, a continuous major 25 rating title, endures at this time at No. 21 in its 336th week.

The Top Latin Albums chart ranks the most popular Latin albums of the 7 days in the U.S. centered on multi-metric intake as calculated in equivalent album units. Units comprise album sales, observe equal albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). Each unit equals one album sale, or 10 person tracks marketed from an album, or 3,750 advertisement-supported or 1,250 compensated/subscription on-desire formal audio and video streams generated by tracks from an album. Infinity, Nicky Jam’s sixth studio album, registered a little bit around 4,000 SEA models that equates to 6.2 million on-desire streams for the album’s tracks.

Five tracks preceded the 15-observe Infinity on Sizzling Latin Tracks, all collaborative titles, apart from for one particular: “Polvo,” with Myke Towers (No. 15 peak, June 2020) “Fan De Tus Fotos,” with Romeo Santos (No. 11 large, Feb. 27-dated record) “Pikete,” with El Alfa (No. 32, June 12-dated chart) “Miami” (No. 33 debut and peak on the  Aug. 14-dated tally) and “Magnum,” his to start with collaborative energy with Jhay Cortez, which bows at No. 41 on the current chart. Warm Latin Tracks blends airplay, streams, and digital product sales.

Infinity concurrently starts off at No. 7 on Latin Rhythm Albums. It is Nicky Jam’s sixth straight leading 10 there.