Wisin collects his 16th leader with his 35th try. He logged his personal best through his featured role in Enrique Iglesias’ “Duele El Corazón,” which took possession of the Latin Airplay’s crown for 11 nonconsecutive weeks starting in May 2016.
As “Gistro Amarillo” vaults at No. 1, it becomes the eighth male co-billed duet to lead Latin Airplay in 2020. Let’s take a look at when each male dual pairing hit No. 1:
Date, Song, Artist
Feb. 29, “Que Pena,” Maluma x J Balvin
April 4, “Muevelo, “ Nicky Jam & Daddy Yankee
May 23, “Sigues Con El,” Arcangel x Sech
May 30, “Definitivamente,” Daddy Yankee & Sech
Aug. 8, “Futbol & Rumba, Anuel AA & Enrique Iglesias
Sept. 5, “Agua,” Tainy x J Balvin
Sept. 12, “Tattoo,” Rauw Alejandro x Camilo
Nov. 21, “Gistro Amarillo,” Ozuna X Wisin
Notably, there has been only one female co-billed song that has claimed the Latin Airplay crown this year: Karol G and Nicki Minaj’s “Tusa” ruled for five nonconsecutive weeks starting on the Feb. 15-dated list; the most weeks at No. 1 for both female acts.
“Gistro Amarillo” concurrently hits No. 1 on Latin Rhythm Airplay, where Ozuna logs his 20th No. 1 (extending his third-most place behind Daddy Yankee’s and J Balvin’s 29 and 27 leaders, respectively) and Wisin his 14th.