Enrique Iglesias’ ‘Final, Vol. 2’ Debuts in Top 10 on Latin Pop Albums Chart

Enrique Iglesias is back on the top 10 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart as his 12th studio album, Final, Vol. 2, debuts at No. 6 on the April 13-dated ranking.

The album, released March 29, via Sony Music Latin, marks the global pop singer’s final album, as reported, and brings together a diverse display of collaborators and genres, flexing through his classic pop, reggae-pop, bachata, and even a pop English-language collab with country singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert.

Final, Vol. 2 starts at No. 6 on Latin Pop Albums with 3,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. during the March 29-April 4 tracking week, according to Luminate.

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Of Final, Vol. 2’s first-week sum, streaming activity provides 2,000 units, which equates to 2.47million official on-demand U.S. audio and video streams of the album’s songs. Traditional album sales contribute 1,000 units, with the remaining balance owed to a negligible amount of track-equivalent album units.

On Latin Pop Albums (as well as Top Latin Albums) one unit equals to 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.

With Final, Vol. 2, Iglesias scores his 13th top 10 and first since the set’s prequel, Final (Vol. 1) which took him to a No. 2 debut in 2021. In total, nine out of those top 10 albums hit No. 1 on Latin Pop Albums, including the 33-week champ Sex and Love in 2014.The latter ties with Juan Gabriel’s Los Duo 2 for the sixth-most weeks atop Latin Pop Albums since the tally launched in 1985.

Elsewhere, Final, Vol. 2 opens at No. 47 on Top Latin Albums, his 13th career entry there.

Final, Vol. 2 was preceded by three songs across Billboard’s charts, starting with the bachata “Así Es La Vida,” with Maria Becerra, which topped Tropical Airplay for eight consecutive weeks and earned Iglesias a first champ since “Bailando” in 2014.

Further, with “Fría,” with Youtuel, Iglesias earned his highest start on Latin Pop Airplay, with a No. 5 peak (March 16-dated ranking), since “Me Pasé,” featuring Farruko, for one week on top in 2021.

Lastly, thanks to “Space In My Heart,” Iglesias’ first team-up with country singer-songwriter, Miranda Lambert, the Spaniard re-enters the Adult Top 40 Airplay tally after 10 years, where the song peaked at No. 21 in March 2024.