Ozuna’s fourth studio album ENOC arrives at No. 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart (dated Sept. 19). The set opens with 21,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Sept. 10, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It earns Ozuna his fourth straight No. 1.
“I am very happy with the incredible support that I have received with my fourth album ENOC,” Ozuna tells Billboard. “I thank my colleagues who participated in this project, by making it a varied one for the enjoyment of all fans around the world. As always, more than grateful to God for granting me so many blessings. We celebrate this No. 1 today with the premiere of the music video for my single ‘Un Get.’ Thank you to my fans, I love you!”
ENOC was released Sept. 4 via Aura/Sony Music Latin and includes Los Legendarios, Tainy, Yazid, Hi Music Hi Flow, Rio and Legazzy among the multiple producers of the 22-track effort.
The Top Latin Albums chart ranks the most popular Latin albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equivalent album units. Units comprise album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).
ENOC leads thanks to its streaming supremacy: the album logged 20,000 SEA units, which equates to 29 million on-demand streams in its first week; Ozuna’s second-biggest streaming week as Nibiru (Sept. 2018) opened with 40,000 SEA units (55 million on-demand streams).
ENOC likewise registered 1,000 album sales in its first tracking week.
ENOC follows Ozuna’s previous leaders Nibiru (Dec. 2019), Aura (Sept. 2018) and Odisea (Sept. 2017), all of which continue ranking on Top Latin Albums. The latter is tied with Bad Bunny’s X 100PRE for the second-most weeks at No. 1, both with 46, trailing only Gloria Estefan’s Mi Tierra which continues at the helm with 58.
Replete with a range of collaborators, ENOC also bows at No. 20 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart, marking Ozuna’s third top 40-charting effort.
Concurrently, ENOC sees seven of its tracks dot the Hot Latin Songs chart, including five debuts. Among those new entries is at No. 10 arrival for “Del Mar,” with Doja Cat and Sia. It grants Ozuna his 24th top 10, and Doja Cat and Sia their first.
The album was preceded by a pair of titles on Hot Latin Songs, which blends airplay, digital sales and streaming data: “Caramelo” (No. 3 peak, Aug 29-dated tally) and “Gistro Amarillo,” with Wisin, which peaks at No. 25 on the current chart.
Here is a full recap of ENOC titles on the current Hot Latin Songs list:
Ranking, Song Title, Artist (if other than Ozuna):
No. 4, “Caramelo”
No. 10, “Del Mar,” with Doja Cat and Sia (debut)
No. 17, “Enemigos Ocultos,” with Arcangel, Cosculluela, Wisin, Myke Towers and Juanka (debut)
No. 28, “Gistro Amarillo,” with Wisin
No. 33, “Despeinada,” with Camilo (debut)
No. 35, “No Se Da Cuenta,” with Daddy Yankee (debut)
No. 40, “Una Locura,” with J Balvin and Chencho Corleone (debut)
ENOC concurrently arrives at No. 1 on Latin Rhythm Albums chart, Ozuna straight four No. 1 there.