Ozuna & Romeo Santos' 'El Farsante' Flies Up Streaming Songs Chart
The song becomes both artists’ highest charting effort following the release of its music video.
The song reaches a new peak in U.S. streams, earning 14.1 million overall in the week ending Feb. 8, according to Nielsen Music – a 79 percent gain over the previous tracking week and 187 percent more than the week before (which was the final full tracking week before the video’s release).
The release of the video assists “El Farsante” on other charts, too. Though it doesn’t make the On-Demand Streaming Songs chart, which measures streams from on-demand audio services only, it jumps 63 percent in on-demand audio streams, garnering 4.3 million overall.
“El Farsante” was initially released Santos-less last July as part of Ozuna’s debut full-length album Odisea.