'Amor a Primera Vista' Hits Top 10 on Regional Mexican Songs Airplay Chart

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Los Ángeles Azules

The Angeles Azules, Belinda and Lalo Ebratt collaboration, featuring Horacio Palencia, surges 11-4.

“Amor a Primera Vista” by Los Angeles Azules, Belinda and Lalo Ebratt, featuring Horacio Palencia, speeds up the Regional Mexican Airplay chart with a 11-4 sprint on the Aug. 17 dated chart. The song hits the top 10 with a 21% gain in audience impressions (to 7 million) in the week ending Aug. 11, according to Nielsen Music.  

“Amor,” which was released July 14, earn Los Angeles Azules their eighth top 10, while Mexican Belinda and Colombian Lalo Ebrattsee see their first top 10 and first chart visit, and Horacio Palencia has his first top 10 and fourth chart entry.  

Los Angeles Azules notched their first top 10 back in 1997 when “Como Te Voy a Olvidar,” the group’s first chart entry, peaked at No. 5. In addition to these two top 10s, the cumbia sonidera group has posted six other top 10s, including two chart toppers, since the Regional Mexican Songs airplay chart began in 1994.  

Here’s a look at the group’s top 10 collection on Regional Mexican Airplay:  

Title, Artist (If Other Than Los Angeles Azules), Peak Position, Peak Date

“Como Te Voy a Olvidar,” No. 5, Jan. 25, 1997

“Me Haces Falta Tú,” No. 3, April 18, 1998

“Quiero Ser,” No. 7, Nov. 21, 1998

“El Listón de Tu Pelo,” No. 1 (seven weeks), Feb. 5, 2000

“Sin Ti No Sé Vivir,” Sept. 16, 2000

“Ni Contigo Ni Sin Ti,” featuring Pepe Aguilar, No. 5, Aug. 4, 2018

“Nunca Es Suficiente,” featuring Natalia Lafourcade, No. 1 (three weeks), Jan. 26, 2019

“Amor A Primera Vista” with Belinda and Lalo Ebratt, featuring Horacio Palencia, No. 4, Aug. 17, 2019

Elsewhere, “Amor” rises to No. 17 on the Latin Airplay chart, a seven-rank lift in its sixth week on the survey. “Amor” is Los Angeles Azules’ tenth entry on the chart and third charting collaboration.

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