Prince Royce Rules Latin Airplay Chart

Prince Royce and Pepsi gets fans Hyped for Halftime with #PEPCITY performance at Bryant Park on January 30, 2014 in New York City.

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The Bachata star scores his eighth No. 1 and seventh in a row. Plus, 3BallMTY, Conjunto Primavera and Camila make moves

Prince Royce races 4-1 on Billboard's Latin Airplay chart with "Te Robaré," capturing his eighth No. 1 and seventh consecutive leader on the list. In terms of successive No. 1s, the Bachata singer ranks second only to Enrique Iglesias, who started his chart career with eight straight trips to the summit (1995-97).

"Te Robaré" rises with 14.6 million audience impressions (up 33 percent), according to Nielsen BDS. Royce will perform live on Telemundo's broadcast of the 2014 Billboard Latin Music Awards on April 24. He's a 16-time finalist in 15 categories, including artist of the year.

On Top Latin Albums, 3BallMTY debuts its newest set, "Globall," which enters at No. 4 with 2,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The Mexican trio, known for blending tribal-guachera with electronic sounds, also climbs 22-18 on the sales/airplay/streaming-based Hot Latin Songs chart with "La Noche Es Tuya," featuring America Sierra and Gerardo Ortiz.

Regional Mexican group Conjunto Primavera also arrives on Top Latin Albums, as "Amor Amor" opens at No. 13 (1,000 sold). It's the 41st charted album for the group, dating to 1997, when "Me Nacio Del Alma" reached No. 35. The band boasts 18 top 10s, including four No. 1s. The new set's title cut first single steps 17-16 on Hot Latin Songs.

Mexican pop group Camila is back with new single "Decidiste Dejarme." Formerly a trio, the duo enters Hot Latin Songs at No. 31 with the first track from its forthcoming album, due in June. The cut debuts at No. 13 on Latin Digital Songs, moving 2,000 downloads in its opening week. The group had last charted with "De Que Me Sirve La Vida," which reached No. 24 on Hot Latin Songs in April 2012.