After ceding the top spot to Melendi last week, Bad Bunny regains his throne in Spain and takes his ‘nobody knows what’s going to happen tomorrow’ to the top of the album chart. The artist continues to triumph with his new album and, although its success is much lower than that of his previous ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’, it is still enough to be the most listened to in our country. The rest of the top 5 is completed by Aitana with ‘alpha’, Melendi and hers ’20 Años Sin Noticias’, Taylor Swift with her ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ and Quevedo with ‘Where I Want to Be’.
Another of the great protagonists of the list is Laura Pausini, who has the album with the greatest increase in consumption this week: ‘Almas Paralelas’. After debuting in fifth position, the album was about to leave the chart after falling to number 82; However, the Latin Grammy honorary award has boosted it again in its fourth week and has raised it to 24th place.
The strongest entry is for Ozuna, who debuts ‘Cosmo’ in seventh position and places some of the album’s songs within the top 100 most listened to singles of the week. It is not, however, the only entry that goes directly to the top 10 on the list: Coque Malla debuts with his album ‘Although Estemos Muertos’ at number 9.
As for the rest of the entries, Hard Gz debuts with ‘Lacosta’ at number 35 and Enhypen puts ‘Orange Blood’ at number 62. In addition, The National enters the list with their most recent album, ‘Laugh Track’, where collaborations stand out with Bon Iver or Pheobe Bridgers.
The last entries of the week are starred by Els Catarres and his ‘Invencibles’ at number 75, Bob Dylan with his album of live songs ‘Another Budokán 1978’, Evanescence thanks to ‘Fallen’ with the special edition of its 20th anniversary in 97th place, and Sfera Ebbasta with ‘X2VR’ in 98th place.