Conjunto Atardecer, one of Mexico's legendary musical groups, this week released its new album "Llegamos y nos quedamos", which immediately rocketed to the top of Billboard's Regional Mexican Albums list.

The band knocked the former No. 1 album - "Los Huevos Rancheros" by singer-songwriter Joan Sebastian - into second place.

"Drama y Luz", by Mexico's Mana, remained in the top spot of the Latin Pop Albums list after its debut six weeks ago, while "Euphoria", by Enrique Iglesias, the biggest prize-winning album ever released by the artist, climbed from third place into second.

Changing places with Iglesias's album was "Viva el Principe" by Mexico's Cristian Castro.

Mexican soft-rock group Camila remained in fourth place with their album "Dejarte de amar" and Shakira continued in fifth place with "Sale el Sol".

On the Tropical Songs list, Romeo Santos remained at the top with "You".

In second place on that list is reggaeton singer Don Omar, with "Danza Kuduro", a duet he performs with Lucenzo, while Daddy Yankee and Prince Royce are commencing their ascent up the list with "Ven conmigo", which this week rose from No.4 to No.3, trading places with his solo effort "Corazon sin cara".

In the No. 5 slot this week is Puerto Rican Tito El Bambino, who upticked from sixth place with "Llueve el amor".

Meanwhile, "Ven a Bailar", which Jennifer Lopez sings along with rapper Pitbull, vaulted up five rungs from 11th to sixth on the list.