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Fuerza Regida ‘Dolido Pero No Arrepentido

Fuerza Regida ‘Dolido Pero No Arrepentido
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Fuerza Regida earns its sixth top 10 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart as Dolido Pero No Arrepentido – EP debuts at No. 7 on the list dated Feb. 24. The romantic six-track set also starts at No. 3 on Regional Mexican Albums.

“We feel like we work so hard that there’s just no way for this not to work, you know,” Jesús Ortiz Paz, better known as JOP and Regida’s lead vocalist tells Billboard. “We always say hard work beats talent and we work hard on this side so it feels good to see it all paying off.”

According to Luminate, Dolido Pero No Arrepentido, released Feb. 9 via StreetMob/Rancho Humilde/Sony Music Latin, starts with 14,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Feb. 15.

One unit equals to one album sale, 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid/subscription on-demand official audio and video streams for a song on the album.

Most of the album’s opening sum derives from SEA units, which equates to 18.44 million official on-demand U.S. clicks of the album’s songs in its first week.

As the EP arrives, Fuerza Regida captures its sixth top 10 on Top Latin Albums and its ninth on Regional Mexican Albums. Here’s a look at the San Bernardino, Calif.-based group’s six visits to the upper region on the overall Latin albums tally:

Peak, Title, Peak Date
No. 8, Del Barrio Hasta Aquí, July 20, 2019
No. 4, Adicto, April 25, 2020
No. 2, Sigan Hablando.: II, Jan. 28, 2023
No. 3, Pa Que Hablen.: I., April 15, 2023
No. 2, Pa Las Baby’s Y Belikeada, Nov. 4, 2023
No. 7, Dolido Pero No Arrepentido – EP, Feb. 24

Further, as Dolido debuts on Top Latin Albums, it joins another Regida album in the top tier: Pa Las Baby’s Y Belikeada, which holds strong at its No. 2 debut for a third week.

Regida also stirs up things on the multi-metric Hot Latin Songs ranking, as the complete new EP debuts. In total, the five-member group scores 37 chart visits, the most for a regional Mexican ensemble this decade. Only one other regional Mexican act has collected more in the ‘20s: Peso Pluma, with 44 total entries.

Dolido’s six new tracks join seven other Regida songs. When I started writing ‘Tú Name’ I just knew it was going to be different,” JOP adds about the highest debut of the new recruits. “It felt like it would be the one and the team felt it too. Thank God we were right.”

Here’s the countdown on Hot Latin Songs which blends radio airplay, streaming data, and downloads:

No. 4, “Harley Quinn,” with Marshmello
No. 9, “Que Onda,” with Calle 24 and Chino Pacas
No. 14, “Tú Name” (debut)
No. 18, “Brillarosa” (debut)
No. 20, “Excesos”
No. 22, “Crazyz”
No. 24, “Barbiez”
No. 26, “Enculada” (debut)
No. 27, “Una Cerveza,” with Manuel Turizo
No. 30, “Tacata (Remix), with Tiagz & El Alfa
No. 32, “Falsa” (debut)
No. 35, “Oye” (debut)
No. 44, “PXTXS” (debut)

In addition to its top 10 premieres on Top Latin Albums and Regional Mexican Albums, Dolido begins at No. 69 on the all-genre Billboard 200, Regida’s second-highest debut among four entries, after the No. 14 debut and peak by Pa Las Baby’s Y Belikeada last Nov.

The new Feb. 24, 2024-dated chart will be posted in full on Billboard‘s website on Feb. 21, one day later than usual, owed to the Presidents’ Day holiday in the U.S. on Feb. 19.



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