Yuridia Earns Her First Prime 10 on Regional Mexican Albums Chart – Billboard


After practically a five-year break, Yuridia returns to a Billboard albums chart as her newest full-length, Pa’ Luego Es Tarde, debuts at No. 7 on the Regional Mexican Albums chart (dated Nov. 5). It’s her first entry and first go to to the higher area there.

“The reality is I didn’t anticipate to obtain this information,” Yuridia tells Billboard. “I’m very excited to have the ability to enter the highest 10 on a Billboard chart, and clearly I’m going to have fun the information by toasting with an enormous chilly ‘caguama’ (loggerhead), hahaha.”

Pa’ Luego Es Tarde was launched Oct. 20 through Sony Music Latin. The Eden Muñoz-produced effort is the primary style of the Hermosillo-born artist throughout the regional Mexican style. The 14-track set begins with 2,000 equal album items earned within the U.S. within the week ending Oct. 27, in accordance with Luminate. Many of the album’s opening sum derives from streaming equal album items. That equates to three.8 million on-demand official U.S. streams generated for the songs on the album.

“Eden and I clicked from the get-go,” Yuridia provides. “We drank beer, performed and sung songs by means of the night time; tunes that aren’t on the album however which might be a part of the soundtrack of our lives and that’s how we grew to become the perfect of pals. It’s one thing I’ll always remember.”

Pa’ Luego, Yuridia’s seventh studio album, marks her comeback to a Billboard albums chart; Primera Fila debuted and peaked at No. 12 on Latin Pop Albums in 2017. Pa’ Luego was preceded by six different units, all of which have secured an entry on Prime Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums. On the latter, the six albums reached prime 10, courting again to La Voz de Un Ángel, a No. 8 excessive in 2006.

Elsewhere, Pa’ Luego debuts on Prime Latin Albums at No. 39, changing into Yuridia’s return since 6 debuted and peaked at No. 7 in 2015.

Two Pa’ Luego album cuts preceded the set on Regional Mexican Airplay: “Y Tú, ¿Qué Ganas?” peaked at No. 32in July, whereas ¿Y Qué Tal Si Funciona?,” with Banda MS, peaked at No. 11 on the Oct. 29-dated rating.

In regards to the songs Yuridia provides: “I actually like all of them, however proper now I’m very excited to have the ability to sing reside on tour for the primary time a track I composed with Eden Muñoz referred to as ‘Brujería’ as a result of we’re going to dance so much to it.”

Yuridia’s Pa’ Luego Es Tarde U.S. Tour kicks off this Friday, Nov. 4 in Laredo, Texas. The 24-date (so far) tour will conclude at Rancho Mirage in California on Feb. 25.

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