Metallica and Ñengo Flow, entries of the week at Discos España

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Metallica and Ñengo Flow, entries of the week at Discos España

Normality has returned to the lists of best-selling albums of the week in Spain. And you know that normality has returned because Bad Bunny regains leadership thanks to ‘nobody knows what’s going to happen tomorrow’, his most recent album. In this way, last week’s top 3 drops one position: El Último de la Fila (#2), Robe (#3) and Aitana (#4).

Close to entering the top 10 is Neñgo Flow, who has just released an album with up to 21 songs that debuts directly at position 15. It is titled ‘RealG4Life Vol. 4’ and features collaborations from well-known names in the industry such as Myke Towers , Anuel AA or Bad Bunny.

The phenomenon that Operación Triunfo is causing is also reflected in the top 100 most listened to albums of the week. In fact, Gala 5’s album is the second highest entry, reaching position 20. The 5 albums published so far are on the list: Gala 1 (#55), Gala 2 (#81), Gala 3 (#34), gala 4 (#35) and the already named gala 5 (#20).

The last entries of the week go to Israel B with their ‘Galerias Deva’ (#62) and the group Hakuna thanks to ‘Capricho’ (#89). In addition, Metallica enters with their old album ‘Master of Puppets’ (#100), which is already their second on the list after ’72 Seasons’ (#74).

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