List of best-selling Latin music artists

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The following is an independently list of best-selling Latin music artists with claimed record sales of 15 million or more. The artists in the following tables are listed in order of their claimed sales. If two or more artists have the same claimed sales, they are then ranked by certified units. The claimed sales figure include sales of albums, singles, compilation-albums, music videos as well as downloads of singles and full-length albums. As of 2018, based on both sales claims, Julio Iglesias is considered the highest-selling individual artist.

Artists by reputed sales[edit]

75 million to 100 million[edit]

Artist Country / Market Period active Genre Claimed sales
Julio Iglesias Spain 1968–present[1] Latin Pop, ballad, adult contemporary 100 million[2]
Santana Mexico 1967–present[3] Latin Rock, Blues Rock, psychedelic rock, Acid Rock, Chicano Rock 100 million[4]
Roberto Carlos Brazil 1959–present[5] MPB, rock and roll, soul, bossa nova, rhythm and blues 80 million[6]
70 million[5]
Gloria Estefan Cuba
United States
1980–present[7] Latin Pop, pop, dance, Pop rock, Salsa, Adult contemporary 75 million[8]
Shakira Colombia 1991–present[9] Pop, Latin pop, Rock en Español, dance, folk, urban 75 million[10]
Nelson Gonçalves Brazil 1941–1998 Samba, samba-canção 75 million[11]

45 million to 74 million[edit]

Artist Country / Market Period active Genre Claimed sales
Enrique Iglesias Spain 1995–present[12] Pop, Latin pop, dance pop, adult contemporary, urban 70 million[13]
Ricky Martin Puerto Rico 1991–present[14] Pop, Latin Pop, Dance 70 million[15]
Andrea Bocelli Italy 1991–present Ópera, Classical Crossover, Latin Pop[16] 70 million[17]
Luis Miguel Mexico 1982–present[18] Mariachi, Bolero, Latin Pop, Ballad 65 million[19]
60 million[20]
Juan Gabriel Mexico 1971-2016[21] Ranchera, Ballad, Norteña, Cumbia 60 million[22]
Jennifer Lopez United States 1999–present[23] Pop, Dance, Hip Hop, R&B, Latin Pop, Urban 55 million[24]
50 million[25]
Camilo Sesto Spain 1964-2011 Ballad, Latin Pop[26] 50 million[27]
Raphael Spain 1966–present[28] Ballad, Latin pop[28] 50 million[29]
José Feliciano Puerto Rico 1964-2007[30] Pop rock, folk rock, soft rock, Latin pop[30] 50 million[31]
Xuxa Brazil 1980–present Children's music, dance, Latin pop[32] 50 million[33]
Vicente Fernández Mexico 1965-2013[34] Ranchera, mariachi, norteña, tejano[34] 50 million[35]
45 million[36]
Thalia Mexico 1981-present Pop, Dance, Latin pop 45 million[37]
Nelson Ned Brazil 1961-2013 Bolero 45 million[38]
Laura Pausini Italy 1993–present[39] Pop, Latin Pop, Eurodance[39] 45 million[40][41]

26 million to 44 million[edit]

Artist Country / Market Period active Genre Claimed sales
Leo Dan Argentina 1963–present[42] Tango, vallenato, cumbia, ballad 40 million[43]
José José Mexico 1965–2013[44] Mariachi, Latin pop,[44] bolero 40 million[45]
Eros Ramazzotti Italy 1981–present Pop, Latin pop, pop rock[46] 40 million[47]
Rocio Durcal Spain 1954-2006[48] Ranchera, Ballad, Bolero, Flamenco, Chera 40 million[49]
30 million[50]
Selena United States 1980–1995[51] Tecnocumbia, Cumbia, Latin Pop, Musica Tejana[51] 40 million[52]
30 million[53]
J Balvin Colombia 2009–present Reggaeton, Latin pop, urbano, hip hop 35 million[54]
Los Tigres del Norte Mexico 1972–present Ranchera, norteña, tejano, corrido 32 million[55]
Juan Luis Guerra Dominican Republic 1985–present Salsa, bachata, gospel, merengue 30 million[56][57]
José Luis Perales Spain 1973–present Ballad, Latin pop[58] 30 million[59]
Amália Rodrigues Portugal 1940-1999 Fado 30 million[60]
Marco Antonio Solís Mexico 1973–present Norteño, tejano, ballad[61] 30 million[62]
25 million[63]
Maria Bethânia Brazil 1965–present Bossa nova, MPB, samba 26 million[64]

15 million to 25 million[edit]

Artist Country / Market Period active Genre Claimed sales
Pedro Infante Mexico 1939–1967 Mariachi, bolero, rancheras 25,3 million[65]
Antonio Aguilar Mexico 1950–2005 Regional Mexican 25 million[66]
Maná Mexico 1986–present Pop rock, Latin pop, rock en español 25 million[67]
22 million[68]
Alejandro Sanz Spain 1989–present Latin Pop, Latin ballad, flamenco, pop rock, Latin rock 25 million[69]
22 million[70]
Ricardo Montaner Argentina
Venezuela
1976–present Latin ballad, Latin pop 25 million[71]
22 million[72]
Daddy Yankee Puerto Rico 1991–present Reggaeton, Latin pop 25 million[73]
20 million[74]
Mecano Spain 1981–1992, 1998 Pop, synthpop, new wave, pop rock 25 million[75]
20 million[76]
Miguel Bosé Spain 1967–present Latin pop 25 million[77]
20 million[78]
Banda Calypso Brazil 1999–2015 Calipso, cumbia, lambada, zouk, merengtheue, carimbó 22 million[79]
Amado Batista Brazil 1975–present Brega 22 million[80]
Luis Fonsi Puerto Rico 1991–present Reggaeton, Latin pop 20 million[81]
Menudo Puerto Rico 1977–1997, 2007-2009 Latin Pop, Pop Rock 20 million[82]
Alejandro Fernández Mexico 1988–present Mariachi, Mexican pop 20 million[83]
Ana Gabriel Mexico 1974–present Mexican pop, Mariachi 20 million[84]
Lucero Mexico 1980–present Mexican pop, Latin pop 20 million[85]
Lupita D'Alessio Mexico 1971–present Bolero, Latin ballad 20 million[86]
Ricardo Arjona Guatemala 1985–present Latin pop, Latin ballad, folk, a capella 20 million[87]
Los Temerarios Mexico 1983–present[88] Ballad, Romantic 20 million[89]
18 million[90]
Pimpinela Argentina 1981–present Canción melódica 20 million[91]
18 million[92]
Los Chichos Spain 1973–2008 Rumba flamenca 20 million[93]
17 million[94]
Daniela Mercury Brazil 1981–present Latin pop, axé, samba reggae, MPB 20 million[95]
Zezé di Camargo & Luciano Brazil 1990–present Sertanejo, country 20 million[96]
Sandy & Junior Brazil 1989–2007, 2019 Latin Pop 20 million[97]
Maluma Colombia 2010–present Reggaeton, Latin trap, Latin pop 18 million[98]
Soda Stereo Argentina 1982–1997 Alternative rock, new wave, pop rock 17 million[99]
Rocio Jurado Spain 1960-2006 Ballad, Latin Pop, Flamenco, copla 17 million[100]
16 million[101]
Daniela Romo Mexico 1979–present Latin pop 17 million[102]
15 million[103]
Diomedes Díaz Colombia 1976–2013 Vallenato 16 million[104]
15 million[105]
Paulina Rubio Mexico 1992–present Latin Pop, Pop Rock, Dance 15 million[106]
Los del Río Spain 1973–2008 Latin pop, sevillanas 15 million[107]
Ozuna Puerto Rico 2012–present Reggaeton, Latin Trap, Urbano 15 million[108]
Chayanne Puerto Rico 1984–present[109] Ballad, Latin pop, salsa, dance pop[109] 15 million[110]
Juanes Colombia 2000–present Rock en Español, Latin Pop, Cumbia 15 million[111]
Jon Secada Cuba
United States
1984–present Latin Pop 15 million[112]
Raúl di Blasio Argentina 1983–present Latin Easy listening 15 million[113]
José Luis Rodríguez Venezuela 1961–present Canción melódica, bolero, Latin pop 15 million[114]
Palito Ortega Argentina 1962–2017 Rock en español 15 million[115]
RBD Mexico 2004–2009 Latin Pop, pop rock, pop, dance pop 15 million[116]
Gloria Trevi Mexico 1989–present Pop rock 15 million[117]
Alejandra Guzmán Mexico 1988–present Pop rock, Rock en español 15 million[118]
Jenni Rivera Mexico 1992–2012 Regional Mexican, Latin pop 15 million[119]
Gipsy Kings France 1978–present Catalan rumba, flamenco 15 million[120]

15 million or more copies but with others lower claims[edit]

Artist Country / Market Period active Genre Claimed sales
Fey Mexico 1979–present Latin pop 20 million[121]
12 million[122]
10 million[123]
Julieta Venegas Mexico
United States
1992–present Pop rock, indie pop, alternative music, folk rock 20 million[124]
12 million[125]
10 million[126]
Carlos Vives Colombia 1978–present Vallenato, cumbia, Latin pop 20 million[127]
14 million[128]
10 million[129]
Franco De Vita Venezuela 1982–present Latin pop 20 million[130]
12 million[131]
Joan Sebastian Mexico 1975–2015 Regional Mexican 20 million[132]
12 million[133]
Sandro Argentina 1959–2010 Rock and roll, Latin pop, canción melódica 20 million[134]
10 million[135]
8 million[136]
Cristian Castro Mexico 1991–present Latin pop, bolero, mariachi 20 million[137]
10 million[138]
Manuel Mijares Mexico 1985–present Mexican pop, folk, mariachi 17 million[139]
10 million[140]
Emmanuel Mexico 1976–present Latin ballad, Latin pop 17 million[139]
10 million[141]
Pepe Aguilar Mexico 1981–present Regional Mexican, Latin ballad 15 million[142]
13 million[143]
12 million[144]
Valeria Lynch Argentina 1969–present Balada 15 million[145]
10 million[146]

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