Miami – Prince Royce returned to the top spot on Billboard's list of best-selling Latin Albums with the self-titled CD that spawned the hit singles "Stand By Me" and "Corazon sin cara."
Luis Fonsi's "Tierra Firme" was bumped to second place.
Mexican rockers Mana held on to the No. 3 spot with their latest, "Drama y Luz," while Aventura's "14 + 14" climbed from sixth to fourth.
Making an even bigger jump, Italian trio Il Volo vaulted from No. 11 to No. 5 with "Il Volo: Edicion en español."
"Give Me Everything," by Pitbull with Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer, retained the top spot on Billboard Latin Songs chart, where rankings are based on radio airplay.
The Cuban American rapper is also featured on Jennifer Lopez's "Ven a bailar," which advanced from fourth to second place.
Don Omar's "Taboo," dropped one notch from No. 2, knocking Mana's "Amor clandestino" down to the fourth spot. "Gritar," the first single from Fonsi's "Tierra Firme," was in fifth position.