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Rauw Alejandro's 'Todo de Ti' Arrives in Top 10 on Hot Latin Songs Chart

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Rauw Alejandro

Rauw Alejandro adds a fifth top 10 to his roster on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart as “Todo De Ti” bounds in at No. 9 on the list dated June 5.

The debut of “Todo De Ti" is largely powered by streaming activity, as it starts with 3.8 million U.S. streams earned in the week ending May 27, according to MRC Data, enough to open at No. 10 on Latin Streaming Songs -- his second top 10 there following “Baila Conmigo,” with Selena Gomez (No. 3 debut and peak, Feb. 13-dated list).

“Todo” was teased via Rauw’s Instagram account on May 16 arousing his followers’ interest as he sat behind a drum set, stepping away from his usual reggaeton and urban aesthetic, playing to the rhythm of the beat of a song that echoes the vibe of Bruno Mars and was produced by Mr. Naisgai.

In addition, “Todo” earned 4 million in audience impressions in the week ending May 30, yielding a No. 31 start on the all-Latin-genre Latin Airplay chart. The single concurrently sold 500 downloads, securing a No. 7 start on Latin Digital Song Sales.

Beyond its Hot Latin Songs top 10 debut, “Todo,” which was released May 21, also races up Latin Pop Airplay with a 21-7 hike after its first full tracking week. The song bowed at No. 21 (chart dated May 29) with only three days of airplay.

Back on Hot Latin Songs, Rauw also sees progress with a second track: “2/Catorce,” his latest collaboration with Mr. Naisgai, pushes 46-26 in its second week.

As explained above, “Todo” earns Rauw his fifth top 10 on Hot Latin Songs, all which have arrived in less than a year, dating back to his first: “Tattoo,” with Camilo, (No. 7 peak, Sept 2020). “Todo” is his first without an accompanied act. Let’s look at the bunch:

Song, Artist, Peak Position
“Tattoo,” with Camilo, No. 7 peak (Sept 2020)
“La Nota,” with Manuel Turizo & Myke Towers, No. 5 (Jan. 23)
“Reloj,” with Anuel AA, No. 10 (May 1)
“Baila Conmigo,” with Selena Gómez, No. 3 (Feb. 13)
“Todo De Ti,” No. 7 (June 6)