Ozuna and Anuel AA’s ‘Los Dioses’ Album Takes the Top Spot from Bad Bunny
Ozuna and Anuel AA’s collaborative effort Los Dioses is the No. 1 Latin album in the U.S. this week. The guys are also the first album of 2021 to topple fellow Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny from the top spot.
Bad Bunny held onto the top spot of the chart for weeks.
Billboard revealed on Feb. 2 that Ozuna and Anuel AA’s highly-anticipated Los Dioses debuted at No. 1 on the Hot Latin Albums chart. To Bad Bunny’s credit, his latest album El Último Tour Del Mundo was holding onto the top spot since last December. There’s also the fact that Benito achieved the first all-Spanish album to top the all-genre Billboard 200 chart.
While hitting the top of the Hot Latin Albums chart, Ozuna and Anuel AA’s Los Dioses also impressively peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album moved 29,000 total sales and streaming units in its first week out.
“This is the third album I’ve released in my life and working with Ozu has been so much fun, a perfect flow,” Anuel told Billboard. “We produced the album exactly for that, to debut at No. 1. When you put so much effort and dedication into something, the end result is always big.”
Los Dioses del Trap also breaks through the Hot 100 songs chart.
Los Dioses is shorthand for “Los Dioses del Trap,” a title that Ozuna and Anuel give themselves. The guys first hinted at the possibility of this collaborative album in 2018, so it was in the works for a while.
The biggest song from Los Dioses is “Antes,” which opens at No. 5 on the Hot Latin Songs chart. The reggaeton banger also breaks through the all-genre Hot 100 songs chart this week at No. 100.
Next up, the Boricua duo will perform at this year’s Premio Lo Nuestro awards. They will perform their song “Los Dioses” for the first time. Premio Lo Nuestro will air live on Univision on Feb. 18.
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