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Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga Notches New Regional Mexican Songs Airplay Chart No. 1

Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga
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Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga attend Univision's 29th Edition of Premio Lo Nuestro A La Musica Latina at the American Airlines Arena on Feb. 23, 2017 in Miami. 

“Mejor Me Alejo” becomes the band’s 10th total topper.

Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga leads the Regional Mexican Songs airplay for a 10th time, as their new single “Mejor Me Alejo” jumps 4-1 on the chart dated Oct. 6. The song ascends to the top thanks to a 30 percent lift in audience (to 8.3 million) in the week ending Sept. 30, according to Nielsen Music.

The lead single from Con Todas Las Fuerzas, written by Espinoza Paz, is the band’s 10th No. 1, dating back to 2014’s “Hermosa Experience,” which topped the list for six weeks.

“Mejor” likewise ascends on the overall Latin Airplay chart, zooming up the tally 17-9 and securing the band’s 13th top 10.

Los Huracanes del Norte Notch 19th Top 10: Going down the Regional Mexican Songs airplay list, Los Huracanes del Norte pick up their 19th top 10 with “Con El Alma Bohemia.” The song moves 13-9 logging 3.7 million in audience (up 12 percent).

Lenin Ramirez and T3r Elemento Score First Top 10: Finally, both Lenin Ramirez and T3r Elemento earn their first top 10 on Regional Mexican Songs airplay as “Rolling One,” featuring T3r Elemento, hops 18-10 thanks to a 12 percent increase in audience (to 3.6 million).

The song is their first collaboration. While all of Ramirez’s chart entries have been collaborations, “Rolling” is T3r Elemento’s first hit on the list as a featured act. He boasts a second song on the chart, “En Menos De Un Minuto,” ranking at No. 17.