Prince Royce in the video for "Moneda"

Prince Royce's 'Moneda' Featuring Gerardo Ortiz Tops Tropical Songs Chart

Prince Royce earns his 14th No. 1 on the Tropical Songs airplay chart (dated Jan. 28) as “Moneda,” featuring Gerardo Ortiz, hops 3-1 in its fifth charting frame. The collaboration, from Royce’s forthcoming Spanish-language album Five, sees a 20 percent gain at the radio format, to 7.8 million audience impressions in the tracking week ending Jan. 15.
Prince Royce in the video for "Moneda"

Prince Royce's 'Moneda' Featuring Gerardo Ortiz Tops Tropical Songs Chart

Prince Royce earns his 14th No. 1 on the Tropical Songs airplay chart (dated Jan. 28) as “Moneda,” featuring Gerardo Ortiz, hops 3-1 in its fifth charting frame. The collaboration, from Royce’s forthcoming Spanish-language album Five, sees a 20 percent gain at the radio format, to 7.8 million audience impressions in the tracking week ending Jan. 15.
El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico

Fonseca, El Gran Combo Highlight Revamped Tropical Songs Chart

The first Tropical Songs chart under the new processing sees the inclusion of eight debuting tracks, with two arriving in the top 10. Colombian singer-songwriter Fonseca earns the highest debut with "Vine a Buscarte," entering at No. 5. Legendary salsa orchestra El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico earns its 32nd career chart hit with "Arepa Con Bacalao" (No. 17), from the group's latest release Alunizando (released Aug. 26).
Shakira in the video for Chantaje

Shakira's 'Chantaje' Ties 'Hips Don't Lie' for Her Second-Longest No. 1 Run on Hot Latin Songs Chart

Shakira crowns Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Jan. 21) for an eighth (nonconsecutive) week with "Chantaje," featuring Maluma, matching the amount of weeks that she spent atop the chart with her 2006 smash "Hips Don't Lie," featuring Wyclef Jean. Both songs are now tied for her second-longest command of the chart; the Colombian star's "La Tortura," featuring Alejandro Sanz, spent 25 weeks at the top beginning in June 2005.
Shakira in the video for Chantaje

Shakira's 'Chantaje' Ties 'Hips Don't Lie' for Her Second-Longest No. 1 Run on Hot Latin Songs Chart

Shakira crowns Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Jan. 21) for an eighth (nonconsecutive) week with "Chantaje," featuring Maluma, matching the amount of weeks that she spent atop the chart with her 2006 smash "Hips Don't Lie," featuring Wyclef Jean. Both songs are now tied for her second-longest command of the chart; the Colombian star's "La Tortura," featuring Alejandro Sanz, spent 25 weeks at the top beginning in June 2005.

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