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Mexican band Alacranes Musical has fought off competition to stay at the top of the Billboard Latin Album chart for the second week running.
The band kept the number one spot with their latest release Ahora Y Siempre. Elsewhere, Ranchero star Vicente Fernandez remains at number two with Historia De Un Idolo, while Marco Antonio Solis moves up one spot to third place.
Former number one Luny Tunes + Tainy have slipped one place to fourth, while Aventura rounds out the top five with their album K.O.B.: Live.
Meanwhile, Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias holds on to the top of the singles chart with Dimelo, and Chayanne moves up one spot to number two.
They are closely followed by Daddy Yankee featuring Fergie, R.K.M. + Ken-Y and Marco Antonio Solis.
Mexican band Alacranes Musical have toppled Luny Tunes + TAINY from the top of the Billboard Latin Album chart, with their new release Ahora Y Siempre.
The LP shot straight to the top spot, leaving ranchero star Vicente Fernandez trailing in second. Luny Tunes + Tainy slipped to third place, ahead of Marco Antonio Solis and Jenni Rivera.
The singles chart remained virtually unchanged from last week, with the top five spots occupied by Enrique Iglesias; Daddy Yankee Featuring Fergie; Chayanne, Mana and R.K.M + Ken-Y.