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Peso Pluma’s ‘Éxodo’ Rules Top Latin Albums & Regional Mexican Albums Charts

Just three months after Peso Pluma’s Génesis clocked its 28th week (and so far final week) at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums, the Mexican singer is back atop the 50-album ranking with Éxodo, his fourth studio set which rises 41-1 on the July 6-dated list. The set also launches at No. 5 on the overall Billboard 200 list.

Éxodo debuted at No. 41 on Top Latin Albums (June 22-dated ranking) with only one day of activity, as the album was released June 20 via Double P, the last day of the tracking week. According to Luminate, the 24-song set (21 of which are collaborations), generated 64,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. during the 21-27 tracking week.

Streaming units comprise essentially all Éxodo’s second week of activity, with a little over 63,000 units deriving from that consumption method. That sum equates to 87.5 million on-demand official streams of the album’s 24 songs. Traditional album sales and track sales, meanwhile, supply the remaining 1,000. One unit equals one album sale, 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid/subscription on-demand official audio and video streams for a song on the album.

Éxodo becomes just the second album by a regional Mexican act to land at the summit on Top Latin Albums in 2024, following Fuerza Régida’s Pa Las Baby’s y Belikeada, which led for three weeks between April and May.

Beyond its coronation on Top Latin Albums, Éxodo likewise rallies 19-1 on Regional Mexican Albums, where Peso replaces himself at No. 1. The new set sends Génesis to No. 2 with a 4% dip in overall units, to 17,000.

The last act to swap No. 1 positions on the chart was Eslabon Armado, whose album Tu Veneno Mortal, Vol. 2 ceded the throne after three weeks to Armado’s Corta Venas, rebounding to the summit on the chart dated July 31, 2021, for its 18th week atop then. (The latter ruled for a total of 54 weeks, the third-most since the list’s inception in 1985.)

Éxodo was preceded by four songs on the multi-metric Hot Latin Songs chart, starting with “La Durango,” with Junior H and Eslabón Armado, which rallies 20-9 with the Greatest Gainer honors, awarded weekly to the song with the largest increase in audience.

“La People II” with Tito Double P and Joel De La P, travels 23-18. “Rompe La Dompe,” with Junior H and Oscar Maydon, re-enters at No. 27 after its No. 12 debut and peak (Jan. 13-dated list). “Peso Completo,” with Arcángel reached its No. 42 debut high, while “Teka,” with DJ Snake, climbs 36-45.

“Reloj,” with Iván Cornejo, leads 17 debuts on Hot Latin Songs, which combines airplay, digital sales and streaming data, where it opens at No. 3. It was the most streamed song during the debut week, with 7.7. million official U.S. streams in the tracking period.

With the 17 new recruits, plus two songs already on the list and a re-entry, Peso Pulma places 20 total simultaneous titles on the current chart, the most in 2024.

Here’s the full recap of Peso Pluma’s Éxodo on the Hot Latin Songs chart:

No. 3, “Reloj,” with Iván Cornejo
No. 5, “Vino Tinto,” with Natanael Cano & Gabito Ballesteros
No. 6, “La Patrulla,” with Neton Vega
No.9, “La Durango,” with Junior H & Eslabon Armado
No. 11, “Hollywood,” with Estevan Plazola
No. 16, “Mami,” with Chino Pacas
No. 17, “Put Em In The Fridge,” with Cardi B
No. 18, “La People II,” with Tito Double P & Joel de La P
No. 19, “Santal 33,” with Oscar Maydon
No. 20, “Me Activo,” with Jasiel Nuñez
No. 21, “Bruce Wayne,” with Tito Double P
No. 22, “Sr. Smith,” with Luis R Conriquez
No. 24, “Belanova,” with Tito Double P
No. 27, “Rompe La Dompe,” with Junior H & Oscar Maydon
No. 28, “Ice”
No. 29, “Solicitado”
No. 31, “14 – 14”
No. 37, “Pa No Pensar,” with Quavo
No. 40, “Tommy & Pamela,” with Kenia Os
No. 50, “Mala,” with Ryan Castro

Peso Pluma also reaches global success with three new songs on the Billboard Global 200: “Vino Tinto,” with Natanael Cano and Gabito Ballesteros, at No. 94, with 18.8 million global streams. “Reloj,” with Iván Cornejo, at No. 130 with 15 million universal clicks, and “La Patrulla,” with Neton Vega, at No. 164, with 13.9 million streams worldwide. “Vino Tinto” likewise launches at No. 109 on the Global Excl. U.S. ranking with 12.8 million streams outside the U.S.

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