Photo: Mana and Prince Royce
“El verdadero amor perdona,” a joint effort by Mexican rockers Mana and bachatero Prince Royce, climbed from second to first this week on Billboard’s Latin Songs chart.
Rising from the fourth spot to No. 2 was “Te quiero a morir,” by Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga, as “Promise,” Romeo Santos’ duet with R&B icon Usher, slipped from second to third.
Prince Royce’s “Las cosas pequeñas,” a single from his forthcoming album, made its debut at No. 4 on Latin Songs, where the rankings are determined on the basis of radio airplay.
“We Found Love”, by Rihanna with an assist from Calvin Harris, fell from third to fifth position on the chart.
Billboard’s list of best-selling Latin Pop Albums was led by “Mi amigo El Principe: La historia,” part of Cristian Castro’s tribute to Jose Jose. Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona, now preparing for a U.S. tour next month, moved up from fourth to No. 2 with “Independiente.”
Mana’s “Drama y luz” maintained its grip on third place, while “Il Volo: Edicion es español,” by Italian trio Il Volo, dropped from No. 1 to No. 4, followed in fifth by Camila with “Dejarte de amar.”