Bad Bunny’s ‘Las Que No Iban a Salir’ Takes Over Hot Latin Songs Chart

Bad Bunny
Alejandro Pedrosa

Bad Bunny

With 10 debuts, he extends his record for the most career entries on the survey, with 93.

Bad Bunny’s Las Que No Iban a Salir takes over the Hot Latin Songs chart, as all 10 tracks debut on the May 23 survey. With the 10 debuts, his total number of career hits on the list now climbs to 93. Daddy Yankee remains in second place with 75.

The 10 debuts joins 10 holdover titles from Bad Bunny on Hot Latin Songs chart, the fourth time Bad Bunny has claimed 20 concurrent hits on the list -- and all four have occurred in 2020. (Only Ozuna has ever placed more songs on the chart at one time, with 21 on the Sept. 8, 2018-dated chart.)

The Hot Latin Songs chart blends airplay, digital sales, and streaming data. Bad Bunny’s 10 debuts were mostly on the strength of streaming activity as he collected 46 million on-demand audio streams for the album’s songs.

Of the 20 songs he places, 10 are debuts from the new album and 10 are holdovers from his own YHLQMDLG. “Bye, Me Fui,” the new album’s third track, leads the pack, opening at No. 6. The only other new track arriving in the chart’s top 10 is “Como Se Siente” (Remix)” with Jhay Cortez, landing at No. 10. Originally a Cortez solo song which appeared on his Famouz Reloaded album released Jan. 24, the remix, with Bad Bunny, was released May 10.

Meanwhile, “Yo Perreo Sola,” one of YHLQMDLG’s singles, continues solidly at No. 2 in its seventh consecutive week.

Beyond his Hot Latin Songs takeover, Bad Bunny also commands the Latin Streaming Songs chart placing a total of 20 songs in the 25-deep chart, nine off Las Que No Iban a Salir.

Notably, Bad Bunny’s 93 career entries date back to only 2016 through his collaboration on Mambo Kingz & DJ Luan’s “Tú No Vive Así,” which also features Arcangel.

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