Bad Bunny Maintains Perfect Run of No. 1s on Top Latin Albums With ‘Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana’


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Bad Bunny does it again. The Puerto Rican collects his eighth total and consecutive No. 1, in as many tries, on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart as Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana debuts at No. 1 on the Oct. 28-dated ranking. Benito’s fifth studio album concurrently debuts at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 –where it becomes the fourth all-Spanish-language set to lead the chart– and Latin Rhythm Albums charts.

A return to Bad Bunny’s trap origins, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana starts with 184,000 equivalent album units logged in the U.S. during the Oct.13-19 tracking week. That’s the second-largest opening sum, in terms of units, for a Latin album since the chart began measuring by units, after his own Un Verano Sin Ti (237,000 units in its first week, May 2022). The 22-track set dropped Oct. 13 via Rimas Entertainment.


Second-largest Streaming Week: In true Bad Bunny fashion, Nadie Sabe attributes its No. 1 start mostly to streaming activity. Streaming equivalent album units comprise 176,000, equating 239.56 million on-demand official streams of the set’s songs. That sum yields the second-biggest debut streaming week for a Latin album ever, after Benito’s own Un Verano which launched with 356.55 million streams.

Sales too, contribute to Nadie Sabe’s high start, with 7,500 sold (available to purchase only as a digital download album), while the remainder 500 derive from track-equivalent units.

Breaks No. 1 record among Latin Rhythm acts: With Nadie Sabe launching at No. 1, Bad Bunny maintains his perfect run of eight No. 1s on Top Latin Albums among eight chart appearances, dating back to the arrival of X 100pre in 2019, the most for any urban act since the tally launched in 1994. Among all acts, Marco Antonio Solis continues to hold the record with 12 leaders. Here’s a recap of all of Benito’s No. 1s on the list:

Peak, Title, Weeks at No. 1
Jan. 5, 2019, X 100pre, 46
July 13, 2019, Oasis, with J Balvin, eight
March 14, 2020, YHLQMDLG, 70
May 23, 2020, Las Que No Iban A Salir, one
Dec. 12, 2020, El Último Tour Del Mundo, 27
Jan. 15, 2022, Anniversary Trilogy, one
May 21, 2022, Un Verano Sin Ti, 53
Oct 28, 2023, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana

Beyond his Top Latin Albums coronation, Bad Bunny captures his seventh leader on Latin Rhythm Albums, tying with Don Omar and Wisin & Yandel for the second-most No. 1s, trailing only Daddy Yankee’s eight rulers.

Hot Latin Songs Takeover, Replaces himself at No. 1: In the songs’ realm, Benito monopolizes the Hot Latin Songs chart as Nadie Sabe arrives. With 19 new debuts plus two other tracks previously on the multi-metric ranking, 21 songs from the new album fill the chart. Further, Bad Bunny posts 23 simultaneous tracks this week, the third-most in the history of the 37-year-old tally, after Peso Pluma’s 25 career-record (July 8-dated list) and his own 24 concurrent songs (May 21, 2022).

“Mónaco” leads the new recruits, as the title debuts at No. 1 on Hot Latin Songs with 26 million streams, enough for a No. 2 start on the overall Streaming Songs and a No. 1 on Latin Streaming Songs. Sales, meanwhile, comprise 1,000 downloads in its first week which yields a No 1 start on Latin Digital Song Sales.

As “Mónaco” debuts at the summit, Bad Bunny replaces himself at No. 1. The song sends Drake’s “Gently,” where he is featured, to No. 12; down 58% in streams, to 10.3 million. That drop creates space for nine other songs from Nadie Sabe to dominate the ranking’s top 10. Here’s the list of the new top 10s:

No. 1, “Monaco” (debut)
No. 2, “Fina,” with Young Miko (debut)
No. 3, “Perro Negro,” with Feid (debut)
No. 4, “Nadie Sabe” (debut)
No. 5, “Hibiki,” with Mora (debut)
No. 6, “Mr. October” (debut)
No. 7, “Cybertruck” (debut)
No. 8, “Teléfono Nuevo,” with Luar La L (debut)
No. 9, “Baby Nueva” (debut)
No. 10, “Seda,” with Bryant Meyers (debut)

Benito’s new monster week achievements follow two noteworthy events: the announcement of his Most Wanted Tour 2024, plus his appearance on Saturday Night Live on Oct. 21, where he hosted and performed two Nadie Sabe cuts, the No. 1 hit “Mónaco” and “Preview.”

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