Perhaps Son by Four should amend the title of their sophomore album from Son by Four to Son by Four Do More.
Not only does the album top the Billboard Latin 50 albums chart for the seventh straight week, but Son by Four is also at #3 this week in Colombia and at #5 in Mexico.
And the salsa/R&B quartet's "A Puro Dolor" (RealAudio excerpt), despite falling to #2 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks survey, is the #1 single in Venezuela and Ecuador, #2 in Guatemala and #4 in Nicaragua.
Son by Four will perform "A Puro Dolor" on Sept. 13 at the first Latin Grammy Awards, where they'll duet with *NSync on the fellow boy band's bilingual song, "This I Promise You/Yo Te Voy a Amar."
Dethroning Son by Four Stateside is Puerto Rico-born, Florida-based Luis Fonsi, the young singer whose "Imaginame Sin Ti (Imagine Me Without You)" tops the tracks chart. Fonsi should receive an additional boost Sept. 12 when pop superstar Christina Aguilera, whose "Por Siempre Tú (I Turn to You)" (RealAudio excerpt) is at #9 this week, releases her first Spanish-language album, Mi Reflejo (My Reflection) which includes a duet with Fonsi.
The norteño band Los Huracanes del Norte remains at #3 on the Latin 50 chart with En Que Trabaja El Muchacho, which includes the waltz-friendly title track (RealAudio excerpt), while Mexico pop singer Thalía moves up a notch to #4 with Arrasando and salsero Tito Rojas advances two positions to #5 with Rompiendo Noches.
Rounding out the top 10 are: Omara Portuondo, Buena Vista Social Club Presents Omara Portuondo, falling to #6 from #4; Marc Anthony, Desde un Principio From the Beginning at #7; Julio Iglesias, Noche de Cuatro Lunes at #8; Alejandro Fernández, Entre Tus Brazos at #9; and Joan Sebastian, Secreto de Amor at #10.