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José José Scores Fifth Latin Pop Albums No. 1 Following His Death

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It’s the Mexican singer-songwriter’s first leader since 1988.

Reactions to the death of José José on Sept. 28 sends the Príncipe de La Canción (Prince of Song) back atop the Latin Pop Albums chart as Serie Platino 20 Exitos, Vol. 2 opens at No. 1 on the Oct. 12-dated chart.

Serie Platino logged 3,000 in equivalent album units earned in the week ending Oct. 3 (up 803%), according to Nielsen Music. The 1997 album earns José his first No. 1 in over 31 years as he last took the crown in 1988 with the nine-week ruler Soy Así.

The romantic balladeer claimed his first crown, however, when Reflexiones, his 20th studio album, landed at the summit in 1985 where it remained for eight consecutive weeks.

Three other José sets arrive on Latin Pop Albums: El Principe de La Canción at No. 6, Secretos at No. 7 and 20 Triunfadoras de José José at No. 11. With the four new albums visiting the tally for the first time, the Mexican artist now holds the record for the most chart entries with 32 (Juan Gabriel follows with 31).

The Latin Pop Albums chart ranks the most popular Latin pop albums of the week in the U.S. based on multi-metric consumption as measured in equivalent album units. Units are comprised of traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

Concurrently, Serie Platino, El Principe and Secretos debut on the Top Latin Albums chart at No. 13, No. 30 and No. 34, respectively; he’s had 18 total charted titles since his first entry in 1994.

In the week ending Oct. 3, the singer-songwriter’s catalog of albums earned 8,000 equivalent album units (up 930%) and sold 2,000 copies (up from a negligible figure previously). Meanwhile, his songs logged 68 million total on-demand streams (up 1,318%).

As Serie Platino arrives, two of the greatest-hits album’s 20 tracks enter the Latin Digital Song Sales chart: “El Triste” at No. 16 and “Amar y Querer” at No. 25. It’s José’s first visit to the chart, which began on January 2010.

José José died at 71 of pancreatic cancer in Homestead, Fla.





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Blake Shelton Picks a Fight With Girlfriend Gwen Stefani Over ‚Voice‘ Contestant Destiny Rayn

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The battle rounds of The Voice on Tuesday (Oct. 15) brought a bit of friendly competition into Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s relationship, as they fought to steal Destiny Rayne.

The songstress, who was originally on John Legend’s team, faced off against teammate Katie Kadan to perform Elton John’s „Tiny Dancer.“ While Kadan’s deeply rich vocals were „magic“ in Legend’s eyes, Rayne’s pitch and emotional delivery certainly held its own.

„Katie, whoo, Lord Jesus, your voice just sounds like magic,“ the „All of Me“ crooner told Kadan upon choosing her as the winner of the round. „You belong making records, people need to see you and hear you.“

As Destiny walked away after thanking Legend for being her coach, Shelton slammed on his button to steal her for his own team. Just as the two embraced for a hug, Stefani snuck in and hit her button too.

„I was trying to be a hero,“ the country singer hilariously shouted at Stefani, before turning to Destiny to add, „I don’t want to fight with my girlfriend but I’m willing to for you.“

Unfortunately Shelton’s efforts were unavailing, as Destiny ended up choosing Stefani as her new coach. Watch it all go down below.





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N.Flying’s ‚Good Bam‘ Music Video: Watch

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K-pop boy band N.Flying returned Tuesday (Oct. 15) with their new single „Good Bam,“ the lead track from their just-released Yaho album.

Their third Korean single of 2019, following breakout hit „Rooftop“ and Spring Memories,“ „Good Bam“ is a groovy, airy pop-rock tune from the quartet.

According to the description on the YouTube page for the music video, the album “shows [the] free-spirited N.Flying of the night, escaping from the tedious routine of the day.” The single, which is a play on the term “good night” as “bam (밤)” in Korean means “night,” “represents the fluttering hearts of young people who can’t fall asleep easily in refreshing autumn nights. It is described as a tune deserving to be the ‚Song to Invent Romantic Memory.’”

The music video features the band members spending their day and a “Good Night” together. Littered throughout are references to past music videos, such as them singing “Rooftop” at karaoke.

Watch N.Flying’s “Good Bam” video below. 





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