On Top Latin Albums, four albums (Historia de Un Idolo, Vol. I; Historia de Un Idolo, Vol. II; Para Siempre and Live legend) re-entered at Numbers 2, 11, 15 and 24 respectively. On Mexico Region Albums, the same four titles re-enter at Numbers 1, 2, 4 and 7. All four albums were originally released. between 2000 and 2007. On Top Latin Albums, all four made the top 10 for the first time (with Idol, Vol. I and Para Siempre both peaked at #1 – the latter for 18 weeks) and on the Mexico Region Albums all peaked at #2 Live legend reached number 1.
In total in the Top Latin Albums, Fernandez has earned six career #1s, while in the Mexico Albums region, he has scored 17 (the most of any solo artist).
The Top Latin Albums and Regional Mexican Albums chart ranks the most popular Latin American and regional Mexican albums of the week in the United States based on variety sales measured in equivalent album units. Units include album sales, track equivalent album (TEA) and streaming album equivalent (SEA). Each unit is equivalent to one album sale or 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported official video and audio streams or 1,250 subscriptions/paid on-demand generated by songs on the album.
On the New Top Latin Albums chart, Historia de Un idolo, Vol. I returned to No. 2 with 13,000 album-equivalent units earned for the week ending December 16, according to MRC Data. The majority of the album’s total money comes from streaming (equal to 17.5 million on-demand streams of the series’ 17 songs), an achievement for El Chente as most of his albums are released in the days prior to streaming. The remaining 1,000 units include album sales and TEA units.
The album’s successor, Historia de Un Idolo, Vol. II, ranked second, re-appearing at number 11 on Top Latin Albums with 7,000 equivalent album units. Of that total, the SEA unit includes 6,000 units, while the album sales and TEA unit covers the remaining 1,000 units. Two other resurfacing sets include Para Siempre at number 15 (6,000 album equivalent units) and Live legend in 24th place (3,000).
All four sets simultaneously entered the top 10 regional Mexican Albums, including Para Siempre at number 4. The album spent 18 weeks at number 1 on the list from 2007-09. It was the week topping the album survey by a Mexican male solo artist in the region, behind Christian Nodal’s. Me Deje Llevar (73 weeks at #1), Natanael Cano’s Corridos Tumbados (31 weeks at the top), and by Joan Sebastian The Tambora (In charge of 23 weeks).
Here is a summary of Fernandez’s re-entries on the Regional Mexico Albums:
No.1, Historia de Un idolo, Vol. I (debuted at No.1 in 2000)
No. 2, Historia de Un idolo, Vol. II (debuted at #2 in 2002)
4, Para Siempre (debuted at #1 in 2007)
Number 7 Live legend (debuted at #2 in 2006)
In addition to the four album re-entry entries, several of Fernandez’s songs have received strong reception from fans. Was the year his classics debuted across all stats Hot Latin songs On the chart, Fernández extends his record for the most career attendances of all Mexican soloists in the region, with a total of 65, just one title short of Los’s 66. Tigres del Norte.
With “Volver, Volver” coming in at number 13, Ranchera’s El Rey secures the top spot since first appearing on the chart in 1987. It is also his highest charting since debuting in 1987. “El Último Beso” topped the 2009 chart. “Volver” reached 2.72 million streams in the week ending December 16, enough to peak at number 24 on Latin Streaming Songs. and was the best-selling song out of five, with 2,000 downloads during the same period. Check out his performance of Hot Latin Songs:
Number 13, “Volver, Volver”
Number 14, “Acá Entre Nos”
Number 16, “Por Tu Maldito Amor”
Number 17, “El Rey” (re-entered)
Number 18, “Mujeres Divinas”
Back to Fernández’s album track record, on the Billboard 200 of all genres, Historia de Un Idolo, Vol. I starting at 95th to secure the best position of his career since Necesito de Ti’s Number 58 was released in 2009.
https://www.billboard.com/pro/vicente-fernandez-returns-top-latin-albums-regional-mexican-albums-charts-death/ Vicente Fernández returns to the Billboard charts after his death – Billboard