Bad Bunny’s ‘YHLQMDLG’ Is Highest-Charting Spanish-Language Album Debut Ever

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Bad Bunny’s latest album, YHLQMDLG has been out for a little over one week, and of course, it has already broken records by becoming the highest-charting all-Spanish Latin album on the Billboard all-genre chart ever, coming in at No. 2, and by accumulating over 200 million streams in its first week.

The album, which was released on February 29th, broke Mana’s 2006 record for No. 4 on the charts with Amar es Combatir. It also vastly decimated the previous record for most first-week streams for a Latin music album, clocking in at 201.4 million streams, while the previous record, Ozuna’s Aura clocked in at 53.2 million streams.

This is just more welcome news for Bad Bunny, who has been making the media rounds as of late showing off a more confident and happy Conejo Malo than we’ve seen in previous years. Benito doing “whatever he feels like” is certainly paying off, and we are here for it.