Photo: Draco Rosa Album "Vida" Rises to Top of Latin Albums List
Puerto Rican singer and songwriter Draco Rosa debuts this week in the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums list with “Vida,” knocking Julion Alvarez and his Norteño Band down to fourth place.
Meanwhile, the late Jenni Rivera remains in second place for the second consecutive week with “Joyas prestadas: Pop,” while another of her numbers - “La misma gran señora” - continues in third place, also for the second week in a row.
Julion Alvarez and the Norteño Banda’s number “Tu amigo nada mas” is in the fourth spot this week.
Rivera is also in fifth place on the Billboard list with “Joyas prestadas: Banda,” although she slipped one notch from where the song was ranked last week.
The most listened-to song on Hispanic radio, according to the Latin Airplay list, is “Zumba” by Don Omar, which continues in the top spot for the second consecutive week.
In the No. 2 position is the Mexican regional group Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga and their number “La mejor de todas,” from their album “Romances,” which climbed from fifth position this week.