Natti Natasha & Romeo Santos Hit Hot Latin Songs Top 10 With 'La Mejor Versión De Mi'

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Natti Natasha & Romeo Santos, "La Mejor Versión De Mi (Remix)"

Natti Natasha and Romeo Santos bound into the top 10 on the Hot Latin Songs chart as “La Mejor Versión De Mi” re-enters at No. 10 on the Oct. 19-dated ranking, after six months off the chart.

Originally a solo Natti track, the cut returns thanks largely to a new version of the song -- a remixed bachata duet with Santos (in turn, he now gets chart credit).

All versions of “Versión” combined for 4.2 million streams in the week ending Oct. 10 (up 1,146%) according to Nielsen Music, which puts its Latin Streaming Songs chart debut at No. 18. Meanwhile, airplay soared 3,687% to 6.1 million audience impressions in the week ending Oct. 13, roaring No. 48 to No. 18 on the Latin Airplay chart in just its second week.

It’s Natti’s fourth Hot Latin Songs top 10, and first in nearly a year as she last claimed a spot in the top tier alongside Becky G with “Sin Pijama," which wrapped its top 10 run in November 2018. Santos, who first scored a top 10 in 2011 with seven-week leader “You,” ups his career count to 19 top 10s.

“Versión” also makes progress on other Latin charts as it re-enters atop the Latin Digital Song Sales having reached a No. 10 high in March.

A Curious Trio: Elsewhere, Luis Fonsi, Sebastian Yatra and Nicky Jam unite atop the Latin Airplay chart as their first collaboration, “Date La Vuelta,” surges 7-1 in its 22nd frame.

The Andres Torres and Mauricio Rengifo-produced tune (the producers behind the smash “Despacito”) vaults to No. 1 thanks to a 51% boost in audience impressions (to 13.4 million) earned in the week ending Oct. 13.

Fonsi ups his No. 1 count to 11, Yatra to five, and Jam now ties with Yandel for the seventh-most No. 1s with 12.

“Date” concurrently lands at No. 1 on Latin Pop Airplay (4-1).

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