Ozuna & Manuel Turizo's 'Vaina Loca' Hits No. 1 on Latin Airplay Chart
“Vaina” also lands atop the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart.
Ozuna logs his seventh No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart as “Vaina Loca,” with Manuel Turizo, rockets to the top, moving 7-1 in its sixth frame (chart dated Oct. 6). The song lifts thanks to a 22 percent boost in audience impressions in the week ending Sept. 30 (rising to 11.9 million), according to Nielsen Music. For Turizo, “Vaina” earns him his first No. 1 among four chart entries.
Notably, all of Ozuna’s chart leaders have arrived in a little over a year. He first crowned the chart through a featured role on Wisin’s “Escápate Conmigo,” which landed in the penthouse on the Sept. 9, 2017-dated chart.
Ozuna's remaining six No. 1s all came in 2018 -- the most of any act this year. “La Modelo," his collaboration with Cardi B, topped the list in March; his feature on Reik’s “Me Niego,” which also features Wisin, ruled for two weeks (May 26, June 23); his featured turn on Romeo Santo’s “Sobredosis” reigned for one week in July (July 21); “Unica” led for two weeks (July 28-Aug. 4); and Wisin's “Quisiera Alejarme,” featuring Ozuna, ruled the Aug. 18-dated chart.
Beyond its Latin Airplay triumph, “Vaina,” Ozuna and Turizo’s first collaboration, continues to grow on other radio rankings. It jumps 6-1 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart and ascends 24-16 on the Latin Pop Songs airplay chart.
“At 18 years old, I haven’t found a thing that makes me happier and feel alive than making music, and it’s a blessing that it gets to be heard by millions of people,” Turizo tells Billboard. “I have dreamt of this since I can remember, of collaborating with my brother Julian and with Ozuna. I’m glad that I get to thank the both of you for making us dream every day.”
“Vaina” is the third single of Ozuna’s sophomore album Aura, which continues to rule the Top Latin Albums chart for a fifth consecutive week.
CNCO’s Triple Top 10: Further down the Latin Airplay list, CNCO collect their fourth top 10, and first of the year, with “Se Vuelve Loca,” as it bolts 15-8. The song ascends with a 28 percent increase (to 8.7 million in audience).
“Se Vuelve” also lands in the top 10 of the Latin Pop Songs airplay and the Latin Rhythm Airplay charts, surging 11-2 and lifting 11-8, respectively.