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Back in May, the Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny released a new album, “Un Verano Sin Ti,” with just a few days’ notice (after teasing it for months). He is one of the world’s most popular performers on streaming services, so it was no surprise when “Un Verano Sin Ti” went straight to No. 1.

Two months later, Bad Bunny’s LP has quietly taken its place as the season’s most durable hit. Only the second album sung all in Spanish to reach the top of Billboard’s chart — the first was Bad Bunny’s last release, “El Último Tour del Mundo,” in late 2020 —  “Un Verano” has never dipped lower than No. 2. This week it notches its fourth time at No. 1, with the equivalent of 111,000 sales in the United States, including 154 million streams, according to the tracking service Luminate.

Over its nine weeks on sale, the numbers for “Un Verano” have gradually declined, but still remained steadily higher than almost anything else on the chart, and never fallen below 100,000 equivalent sales. Since its release, “Un Verano” has had the equivalent of 1.4 million sales and racked up 1.9 billion streams in the United States alone.

The highest-charting new release is “Planet Zero” by the Florida rock band Shinedown, which opens at No. 5 with the equivalent of 49,000 sales.

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