CNCO’s ‘Deja Vu’ Debuts Top 5 on Latin Pop Albums Chart

Dee Yonker

Of its starting up whole, Déjà Vu breaks down as follows: 2,000 models occur from regular album sales, and the bulk of the remaining 1,000 derive from streaming (translating to 2.04 million U.S. on-need streams of the album’s songs). “We place a great deal of tension on ourselves on this project since […]

Of its starting up whole, Déjà Vu breaks down as follows: 2,000 models occur from regular album sales, and the bulk of the remaining 1,000 derive from streaming (translating to 2.04 million U.S. on-need streams of the album’s songs).

“We place a great deal of tension on ourselves on this project since we needed to give these music the suitable homage that they are worthy of,” the group continues. “We’ve in fact experienced a whole lot of great opinions from many of the initial artists considering the fact that we’ve set it out!”

Déjà Vu is CNCO’s initially showing on Latin Pop Albums in almost a yr and a 50 percent, considering that Quienes Somos (EP) debuted at No. 1 (Oct. 2019).

In addition to its sophomore debut on Latin Pop Albums, the undertaking normally takes a top rated 20 get started on the all-style Best Latin Albums chart, launching at No. 19.

As Déjà Vu comes, its first slice “Tan Enamorados,” hits best 10 on Latin Pop Airplay chart, the group’s first prime 10 exhibiting without an unaccompanied act considering that the No. 1 peak “Se Vuelve Loca” in October 2018.

“It’s super enjoyable!” the band provides. “We like that the lovers are seriously making the most of this tune and we were ready to convey it a new daily life.” The song, at first titled “Per Noi Innamorati” and penned by Gianni Togni and Guido Mora (1983), was adapted to Spanish by Ricardo Montaner its consequence earned him his first leading 10 on Scorching Latin Music in 1988.

Let’s consider a glimpse at Déjà Vu’s tracklisting, its unique performers and greatest rankings:

Title, Artist, Place, Calendar year

“Tan Enamorados,” Ricardo Montaner, No. 9, 1988 (Hot Latin Music)

“Amor Narcótico,” Chichi Peralta, No. 4, 1997 (Tropical Airplay)

“Dejaría Todo,” Chayanne, No. 1, 1998 (Incredibly hot Latin Tracks)

“Entra En Mi Vida,” Sin Bandera, No. 1, 2002 (Very hot Latin Tracks)

“Hero,” Enrique Iglesias, No. 1, 2001 (Sizzling Latin Music)

“Imagíname Sin Ti,” Luis Fonsi, No. 1, 2000 (Incredibly hot Latin Music)

“Un Beso,” Aventura, No. 6, 2006 (Very hot Latin Tracks)

“Mis Ojos Lloran Por Ti,” Massive Boy, No. 18, 1997 (Latin Pop Airplay)

“La Quiero A Morir,” DLG, No. 6, 1997 (Hot Latin Music)

“Sólo Importas Tú,” Franco de Vita, No. 8, 1987 (Sizzling Latin Music)

“El Amor De Mi Vida,” Ricky Martin, No. 8, 199 (Sizzling Latin Music)

“Por Amarte Así,” Cristian Castro, No. 2 (Latin Pop Airplay)

“25 Horas,” Proyecto Uno, 2014 (no charting heritage)

Déjà Vu was created by Andres Torres, Mauricio Rengifo, Alejandro Ramírez “Sky”, Nicolás Jaña “Tayko,” Slow and The Rude Boyz with Jean Rodriguez as vocal producer.

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