He may have a storied and successful career, but Marc Anthony is still capable of firsts…
The 44-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter could land his first Spanish-language album on the Billboard 200 chart.
While Selena Gomez’s Stars Dance heads for No. 1 on the chart, Anthony’s latest album, 3.0, could log the second-highest debut on the charts with 30,000 copies sold in its first week.
Anthony’s last album, Iconos, started with 24,000 at No. 11 in 2010.
If “3.0” starts in the top 10, it will be his first Spanish-language top 10 set, and his first top 10 overall since 2002’s Mended debuted and peaked at No. 3.
3.0 may also net his largest sales week since 2004, when Amar Sin Mentiras opened with 35,000 at No. 26.