La Última Promesa completes a trilogy of studio albums for Quiles. It follows La Promesa, which led Latin Rhythm Albums for three weeks beginning in August 2016, and 2019’s La Realidad.
On Top Latin Albums, La Promesa hit No. 2, La Realidad reached No. 30 and the new LP debuts at No. 12.
La Última Promesa earned 4,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Aug. 26, according to MRC Data, mostly from streaming activity, drawing 5.7 million on-demand streams of the set’s tracks in its opening week.
The 14-song set, released on Warner Latina, features a brew of collaborators, including Rauw Alejandro, Mariah Angeliq, Maluma and Sech.
Quiles boasts one other top 10 on Latin Rhythm Albums and Top Latin Albums: The digital-exclusive Imperio Nazza: Justin Quiles Edition opened at its No. 2 high on the former and No. 9 on the latter in February 2016.
La Última Promesa was preceded by three of its tracks on the Hot Latin Songs chart, which blends airplay, sales and streaming data: “Pam,” with Daddy Yankee and El Alfa (No. 14 peak, September 2020); “Jeans” (No. 34, November 2020); and “Loco,” with Chimabala and Zion & Lennox, which holds at its No. 13 high on the latest list. Quiles has ranked higher only as part of “Porfa,” with Feid, J Balvin, Maluma, Nicky Jam and Sech (No. 11, August 2020).
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