Enrique Iglesias Lands 30th No. 1 on Latin Airplay Chart With 'El Bano' Feat. Bad Bunny

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Enrique Iglesias performs at the 103.5 KTU's KTUphoria 2016 Show at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on June 4, 2016 in Wantagh, N.Y.

Plus, La Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas notches its fifth chart leader.

Enrique Iglesias extends his record for the most No. 1s in the 23-year history of the Latin Airplay chart, as “El Baño,” featuring Bad Bunny, hops 6-1 (on the March 31-dated list) to mark Iglesias’ 30th leader.

The track collected 17.1 million in audience impressions in the week ending March 25, according to Nielsen Music, up 46 percent. 

In second place with the most No. 1s is Ricky Martin, with 16. Shakira, Romeo Santos and Carlos Vives tie for the third-most with 13.

“El Baño” also returns to the top 10 on Hot Latin Songs (11-10), and skips 4-1 on Latin Airplay and 5-1 on Latin Rhythm Airplay. It's Iglesias' third song to rule all three of those charts concurrently, following "Cuando Me Enamora," featuring Juan Luis Guerra (2010), and "El Perdón," with Nicky Jam (2015).

Over on Hot Latin Songs -- which combines airplay, sales and streams -- “El Baño” is back in the top 10 after eight weeks, climbing 11-10. Despite an 11 percent decline in download sales in the week ending March 22, the track is up 13 percent in streams, rising to 3.9 million for the week. The song previously spent one week in the top 10, when it debuted and peaked at No. 8 (Jan. 27). 

La Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas Picks Up New No. 1: Elsewhere on the airplay charts, La Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas notches its fifth Regional Mexican Songs leader with “Esta Es Tu Canción.” The song ascends 4-1 in its 16th week on the list -- up 15 percent in audience to 8.5 million for the week.

“Esta” is the second No. 1 from La Adictiva’s latest studio album Durmiendo En El Lugar Equivocado. Previously, the album's title track topped the list for one week (June 17, 2017).


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