Thalia’s “Valiente” Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums Chart

It’s Lucky No. 7 for Thalia

The 47-year-old Mexican singer’s latest album Valiente debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart.


Thalia’s 14th studio album, Valiente, released via Sony Music Latin on November 9, starts with a little over 2,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending November 15. Of that sum, 2,000 were in traditional album sales, while the remaining can be attributed to streaming equivalent album units and track equivalent album units.

Valiente is Thalia’s seventh chart leader and her first in more than two years. She’s now tied with Shakira for the most No. 1s on the Latin Pop Albums chart among women.

Thalia last reigned atop the tally with Latina (May 28, 2016), which led for two consecutive weeks.

The set has yielded one charting title on the Hot Latin Songs tally, which blends airplay, digital sales, and streaming activity: “No Me Acuerdo” with Natti Natasha ranked in the top 20 for ten weeks (No. 14 peak, September 22).

Concurrently, Valiente debuts at No. 7 on the Top Latin Albums and No. 1 on the Latin Album Sales charts.


Thalia Releases New Single “Me Oyen, Me Escuchan” Based on Her Recent Facebook Live Hit Phrase

Thalia is making viral music…

No one would have thought that a regular Facebook Live session would spark a viral sensation to the point that it’s become a song. But that’s the case for the 47-year-old Mexican singer, who has released her new single “Me Oyen, Me Escuchan.


Thalia has become the latest hit on the Internet thanks to a live video she did on Facebook thanking her fans for helping “No Me Acuerdo” reach 200 million views on YouTube.

During the video, Thalia, wearing a pink-fringed bodysuit and gold hoops, asks her fans in Spanish: “Are you there, my loves? Can you hear me? Can you feel me?”

Her phrase became an immediate hit on social media, sparking the #ThaliaChallenge. In the midst of the phenomenon, a musician named Chuy Nuñezturned the video into a catchy pop song, which is being released as Thalia’s newest single.

“Me Oyen, Me Escuchan,” was released on Friday, August 31 on all digital platforms under Sony Music Latin.

Thalia Rules Billboard’s Top Facebook Live Videos Chart in June 2018

Thalia is the Facebook Live Queen…

The 46-year-old Mexican singer rules Billboard’s Top Facebook Live Videos chart for June 2018 thanks to a video in which she celebrated hitting 50 million YouTube views on her music video for “No Me Acuerdo.”


The chart, whose latest edition recaps June 2018 activity, is a monthly look at the widest-reaching and most-reacted-to videos posted by musicians on Facebook Live, as tracked by media analytics company Shareablee. Rankings are determined by a formula that blends reactions, comments, shares and first-seven-days views.

The June 21 video thanked fans for helping “No Me Acuerdo,” Thalia’s song with Natti Natasha, reach 50 million views following its June 1 release on YouTube. The clip has since reached nearly 170 million global views as of July 25.

Thalia’s thank-you video leads June’s chart in two metrics: reactions and comments. It received 66,000 reactions and 25,000 comments, according to Shareablee, as well as 3,000 shares and 811,000 views in its first seven days.

Thalia Releasing New Single “No Me Acuerdo,” Featuring Natti Natasha

Thalía is returning to the scene with new music…

Two years after releasing her album Latina, the 46-year-old Mexican singer/actress is getting ready to release her latest track called, “No Me Acuerdo,” featuring Natti Natasha.


The forthcoming single and music video, slated to premiere on Friday, fuses the best of both worlds: Thalía’s distinctive pop sound with Natti’s catchy reggaeton vibe.

“No Me Acuerdo” tells the story of a woman who goes out partying and, the next morning, can’t remember what she did the night before. Her boyfriend accuses her of fooling around, but she says, “I can’t remember, so it didn’t happen.”

Thalia & Natti Natasha

“The song is very relatable,” says Thalia. “There’s no one, I believe, who hasn’t had a blackout. We’ve all been through it.”

The lyrics, she says, carry an empowering message for women. “This song is a form of embracing yourself, respecting yourself, and not letting anyone make you feel bad for what you did or didn’t do.”

“The moment I heard the song I couldn’t believe it,” she continued. “I went inside my home studio and recorded it. The more I heard it when it was finished, the more I was convinced that I had to record it with a strong woman who says things as they are, and the only person who came to mind was Natti.”