Two idols of Latin music, Ozuna and Maluma, once again show their strength in Spain as leaders of the two main music charts in the country thanks to the album ENOC the first and the theme Hawaii from the Colombian, who has just surpassed the double platinum category.

Thanks to the data provided by Promusicae and corresponding to the week of September 25 to October 1, the Puerto Rican regains the first place and is ahead of the kings of the previous classification, Van Gogh’s ear, who hold up well the hangover from the premiere of A whisper in the storm and they cling to second place. The podium completes it Emmanuel by Anuel AA.

With the exception of Fine Line from british Harry Styles, who remains in sixth place, Latin power extends to the following gaps in the table, especially after knowing the Reggaeton dominance in Latin Grammy nominations announced on September 29. So, YHLQMDLG Bad Bunny is fourth, Papi Juancho of Maluma fifth and Colors of J Balvin, the leader in candidacies, seventh.

Very few surprises in the rest of the top 10, as much certain ascent of other artists nominated for those awards, as is the case of Prism from Beret, who rises to eighth place, Spoiler from Aitana, who makes it to the ninth, and #ELDISCO by Alejandro Sanz, which closes in the tenth.

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There are no first-place debuts and you have to go up to the fourteenth step to find OHMS of Deftones, or the twenty-first, where it appears Love of the flamingos Israel Fernandez Y Diego del Morao, one above the third inning of the week, ULTRA MONO of the british IDLES.

As for the singles list, repeat one more week Hawai from Maluma, which is already double platinum, despite (or perhaps more encouraged by) the feminist version of her theme that Beatriz Luengo recently made.

Repeat position too (the second) Relationship (Remix), the song that Rosalía performed alone in the Fendi fashion show for Rihanna and in which Sech, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin and Farruko are also credited. By last, complete the podium Spilled by Ozuna and Camilo, which sneaks into third place.