Juan Gabriel's star-studded album has helped the Mexican singer score his first chart-topping record in nearly two decades.

The veteran crooner released Los Duo (The Two) last month (Feb15), and the all-duets album hit number one on both the U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums charts.

The feat marks Gabriel's first chart-topping record in 18 years, as he last claimed a number one spot in the U.S. 1997 with Juntos Otra Vez, which was another collaborative effort with Spanish singer Rocio Durcal.

For Los Duo, Gabriel recruited some of the biggest names in both Latin and world music, including Juanes, Marco Antonio Solis, Espinoza Paz, David Bisbal, Luis Fonsi, Italian pop star Laura Pausini, and American girl group Fifth Harmony.