Not only is the album his first chart-topper, but is also the first all-Spanish language project to hit No. 1 in the chart’s 64-year history. El Ultimo Tour del Mundo debuts with 116,000 equivalent album units including 103,000 streaming equivalent units (145.94 million on-demand streams of the songs), 12,000 in album sales and 1,000 in track equivalent album units.
El Ultimo Tour del Mundo is only one of four all-Spanish albums to have ever entered the chart’s top five. It follows his own YHLQMDLG at No. 2 earlier this year, Mana’s Amar es Combatir at No. 4 in 2006 and Shakira’s Fijación Oral: Vol. 1 at No. 4 in 2005.
Other new entries in this week’s top 10 are Miley Cyrus’ Plastic Hearts at No. 2, earning a total of 60,000 equivalent album units, and Michael Bublé’s Christmas at No. 6 — signifying the entry of the holiday season.
Elsewhere on the chart, BTS steps down to No. 3 followed by Ariana Grande and the late Pop Smoke at Nos. 4 and 5. The bottom half of the top 10 includes Megan Thee Stallion at No. 7, Taylor Swift at No. 8, Carrie Underwood at No. 9 and the late Juice WRLD at No. 10.
Elsewhere in music, Chance The Rapper is facing a lawsuit filed by his former manager Pat Corcoran.