Feid’s ‘Ferxxocalipsis’ Debuts in Top 10 on Top Latin Albums Chart

Just two months after Feid’s Mor, No Le Temas a La Oscuridad debuted at No. 4 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart, the Colombian returns to the top tier with Ferxxocalipsis arriving at No. 9 on the Dec. 16-dated list.

The 10-track set was a surprise release announced Nov. 29 on his Instagram account, a day ahead of its Dec. 1 drop via Universal Music Latino/UMLE.

Ferxxocalipsis starts with 11,000 equivalent album units, earned in the U.S. in the week ending Dec. 7, according to Luminate. As with most of Feid’s album releases, streaming contributes the majority of the 10-track album’s first week total. That sum equals to 15 million official on-demand streams of the album’s songs.

With Ferxxocalipsis’ new top 10 debut, Feid scores his third top 10 chart visit. His first top 10, Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo: Te Pirateamos El Álbum, launched at No. 6 with 3,000 units in September 2022. Plus, as mentioned, Mor started at No. 4 with 20,000 units last October.

The new achievement cements Ferxxo as the new urban fighter with at least three top 10 sets on Top Latin Albums this decade; a list with Karol G as the only female representation. Let’s review the list of winners:

Artist, Top 10s:

  • Bad Bunny, 8
  • Ozuna, 7
  • Rauw Alejandro, 6
  • Anuel AA, 4
  • Arcangel, 4
  • Mora, 4
  • Myke Towers, 4
  • J Balvin, 3
  • Feid, 3
  • Karol G, 3

It’s not rare for Ferxxo to duplicate releases in a year. Since Ferxxo: Vol. 1 M.O.R. (2020), he’s secured two entries on Top Latin Albums in 2020, 2022 and now 2023, with Inter Shibuya: La Mafia the only effort to debut on the tally in 2021.

Elsewhere, Ferxxocalipsis debuts at No. 5 on Latin Rhythm Albums, matching Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo’s No. 5 peak (October 2022).

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