We have no doubt that Selena Quintanilla's talent could still rival some of today's most celebrated stars. The recent ranking of her album "Ones" on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart is all the proof we need.

15 years after its release, the compilation album climbed back to the number two spot on the overall chart for the week of April 15.

The album has also been sitting at the top of the Billboard Latin Pop Albums chart since the week of February 25.

This puts her right in between Nicky Jam and Prince Royce, two of the biggest Latin music stars on the planet, in the midst of mourning the 22nd anniversary of her death — and on the eve of what would've been her 46th birthday.

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This is yet another huge testament to the power of her fans and their dedication to keeping her legacy alive.

Her sister Suzette Quintanilla celebrated the accomplishment and expressed her gratitude on Instagram.

"Still representing Tejano music among the top artists of today. #Gracias #22yearslater #2 #themusiclivesforever," she wrote.

There is a quote in a book by author Chuck Palahniuk, which is often credited to Selena by fans, that sounds so right during moments like this.

"The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will.”

I think we can all agree that she certainly has.