Women in Music 2019

Maluma's '11 PM' Hits No. 1 on the Latin Airplay Chart

Ruven Afanador
Maluma wears a Dolce & Gabbana shirt and jeans.

Plus, Los Tucanes de Tijuana nabs their 17th top 10 with 'Ranchero y Medio.'

Six months after Maluma’s “11 PM” was released, the song hits No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated Nov. 23) as it vaults 6-1 in 15th week on the list.

It’s Maluma’s 14th No. 1 on the list, now tying him with Shakira and Wisin & Yandel for the fourth-most No. 1s since the chart’s inception in 1994. (Enrique Iglesias has the most, with 30.)

“11 PM” advances with 7.98 million in audience impressions earned in the week ending Nov. 17, (a 20% gain). It concurrently, reaches a new peak-high on Latin Pop Airplay, sprinting 7-1 in 16th chart week.

“11 PM” is the second No. 1 on Latin Airplay in 2019 from the same album. The coronation follows the one-week reign of “HP” in June. Both songs are from the act’s fourth studio album 11:11 which debuted at No. 1 on Top Latin Albums and Latin Rhythm Albums (June 6 ranking). The set has earned 160,000 equivalent album units to date, according to Nielsen Music.

11:11 also landed a Grammy nomination for best Latin pop album as of Wednesday (Nov. 20).

Farther down Latin Airplay, Los Tucanes de Tijuana notch their 17th top 10 as “Ranchero y Medio” slides 13-10 with a 6% boost in audience (to 6 million).

The norteño group scores its first top 10 in over six years as they last placed a song in the top tier in 2013 when “Rehabilitado” peaked at No. 5. Since then the quintet has placed five songs on the list, none of which have broken the top 15 mark. 


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