Karol G's 'Mi Cama' Hits Top 25 on Hot Latin Songs Chart

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Karol G

Plus, Thalia and Natti Natasha debut with 'No Me Acuerdo' and Voz de Mando logs a new top 10 on Regional Mexican Songs.

Karol G’s “Mi Cama” re-enters the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated June 16) at a new high of No. 21 with gains in all monitored metrics (airplay, sales, and streams). The track gives the singer her second-highest charting song yet out of six entries.

The song is powered mostly by streams, as the cut garnered 2.3 million clicks in the week ending June 7 (up 15 percent), according to Nielsen Music. It also sees an increase in sales (up 14 percent to 1,000 sold).

"Mi Cama" is the 27-year-old’s third track to spend time in the top 40 on the list in 2018, following "Mi Mala" with Mau y Ricky (No. 38 peak) and "Ahora Me Llama" with Bad Bunny, which peaked at No. 10 last November. The song is now Karol G's second-highest charting song, second only to "Ahora.”

"Mi Cama" also zips 33-28 on Latin Airplay with a 28 percent bump in audience in the week ending June 10. Concurrently, the song lifts 19-17 on the Latin Rhythm Songs airplay chart.

Karol G is on tour in Latin America and will make her way to the U.S. in the coming months, with a slate of shows to be announced soon.

THALIA & NATTI NATASHA DEBUT: Elsewhere on Hot Latin Songs, Thalia and Natti Natasha debut at No. 32 with “No Me Acuerdo,” following the June 1 release of the song and its video. Their first collaboration is powered by streams, as the track collected 1.5 million clicks in the week ending June 7. 

Thalia last hit the chart in 2016 with “Desde Esa Noche” featuring Maluma. For Natti, however, “No Me Acuerdo” is her fourth chart entry in 2018.

Meanwhile, "No Me Acuerdo" debuts at No. 6 on the Latin Digital Song Sales with 2,000 sold.

VOZ DE MANDO NOTCHES NEW TOP 10: Lastly, Voz de Mando log their ninth Regional Mexican Songs top 10 with “El Que A Ti Te Gusta” as the song rises 11-10 despite a six percent decline in audience (week ending June 10). The new top 10 comes a little more than a year after their last top 10, when “Pa Que No Me Andean Contando” peaked at No. 7 on the March 18, 2017-dated list.


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