"Pa'lla Voy" becomes Anthony's 52nd top 10.
Marc Anthony achieves his 52nd top 10 on Billboard's Tropical Airplay chart as "Pa'lla Voy" bows at No. 6 on the Sept. 4-dated survey. It's his highest debut since 2012, when -- as featured on Tito El Bambino's "Por Qué Les Mientes?" with El Patrón -- he arrived at No. 5.
"Pa'lla Voy" is a reworking of Senegalese band Africando's "Yay Boy," originally sung in the Wolof language by late lead singer Pape Seck and released in 1994 on the act's Tierra Traditional, Vol. 2 album. The update adopts New York's instrumental-leaning salsa gorda style popularized in the '80s. It was produced by Marc Anthony's collaborator Sergio George, and embodies a sound that they have long incorporated over their three-decade partnership.