Bad Bunny and Drake's 'MIA' Debuts in Top 10 On Hot Latin Songs Chart
“MIA” by Bad Bunny featuring Drake is an instant success on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Oct. 20) as the track debuts at No. 9 after its Oct. 11 release. The tune bounds onto the tally from just one day of sales and streaming activity, and four days of airplay.
It starts at No. 2 on Latin Digital Songs with 7,000 downloads sold and notched 3.1 million in streams, both in the week ending Oct. 11, according to Nielsen Music. It also logged 1.4 million in Latin audience (week ending Oct. 14).
“MIA” -- which is Bad Bunny and Drake’s first collaborative effort -- is a likely contender for the No. 1 slot on the Oct. 27-dated list.
The entrance of the song follows nine other top 10s for Bad Bunny, who has only crowned the chart once with “Te Boté” as part of the all-star sextet with Casper Mágico, Darell, Nio Garcia, Nicky Jam and Ozuna. Drake, meanwhile, records his second top 10, and highest chart debut.
The music video for the song has earned over 49 million YouTube views in only seven days:
Reik Notches Second Latin Rhythm Top 10: Elsewhere on the Latin charts, Reik picks up its second top 10 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay charts with “Amigos Con Derechos.” The song, which features Maluma and is their first collaboration, lifts 12-10 thanks to a 16 percent boost in audience (to 8 million).
“Amigos” is Reik’s second song inside the tally’s top tier. “Me Niego,” featuring Ozuna and Wisin, a former No. 1, is back at No. 5 (6-5). For Maluma, the move earns him his 12th top 10.
Diego Torres and Carlos Vives Log New Top 10s: Lastly, another pair appear in the top ranks of the Latin airplay charts. Diego Torres and Carlos Vives’ “Un Poquito” rises 11-9 on the Tropical Songs airplay chart with an 11 percent increase in audience (to 2 million).
It’s Torres' first top 10 in over eight years, who last notched a top 10 with “Guapa,” peaking at No. 5 on May 29, 2010.
Meanwhile, Vives ups his career count to 17 top 10s. “Un Poquito” is also his third top 10 of the year. He previously landed at No. 8 with “El Arrepentido” with Melendi and topped the chart with “Hoy Tengo Tiempo (Pinta Sensual)” for six consecutive weeks. The track holds at No. 3 for a second week.