It is Bad Bunny’s week. The artist has just released him’s fifth record work and is dominating the lists of successes. In Spain he has managed to put the 22 songs of the album in the Top 31, getting number 1 and dominating the top 10 with up to six songs. But he has done the same on the album list: ‘No one knows what is going to happen tomorrow’, our album of the week, debuts at number 1, while ‘A summer without you’ experiences a great climb to return to the top 10.
On the other hand, Troye Sivan also makes a great debut in our country with his new work, ‘Something To Give Each Other’. The album has entered directly at position 13, a great position for the singer. It is also number 10 in vinyl. ‘Submithing to Give Each Other’ has been number 4 in the United Kingdom and number 20 in the United States. His native Australia gives Troye Sivan number 1, but they are also faithful Holland (3), Germany (9) or Norway (position 9). Among the most hostile countries, Italy (top 55) or France (top 60).
Within the Top 20 it has also managed to enter the K-Pop Tomorrow X Together group, which has just launched its new record work, ‘The Name Chapter: Freefall’. He has done it in position 18.
As for the rest of the entries, Soge Culebra puts his new album, ‘Storm’, in position 58. Rick Astley does the same with ‘Are we there yet?’ in 77. Closing the list, Marwan debuts in 80 with ‘Songs for an urgency’, Diana Navarro gets ‘De la piquer a la navarro’ to enter the 90th position and the live version of ‘El honor y la gloria’ ‘ by Los Rebeldes at 100. The ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ soundtrack sneaks in at 95.