CNCO's 'Se Vuelve Loca' Hits No. 1 on Latin Pop Songs Chart

Jessica Xie
CNCO photographed on Aug. 28, 2018 in New York City.

It's the group’s second leader in almost two years.

CNCO controls the top of the Latin Pop Songs airplay chart as their “Se Vuelve Loca” jumps 2-1 in its 10th week (up 10 percent in plays). in the week ending Oct. 14, according to Nielsen Music.

Their second No. 1 comes more than a year-and-a-half after their first leader, “Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos)” (Feb. 25, 2017). Since then, the act clocked a trio of top-15 hits with “Hey DJ,” with Yandel (No. 3), “Mamita” (No. 15) and “Solo Yo” (No. 15).

“Se Vuelve” also blasts 6-2 on the overall Latin Airplay chart, CNCO’s highest charting song since their debut hit, “Tan Fácil,” topped the list on May 14, 2016.

Silvestre Dangond & Natti Natasha Collect New Top 10s:  Further down the Latin Airplay chart, Silvestre Dangond and Natti Natasha’s “Justicia” enters the top 10 with a 14-9 hike. The song climbs to the top tier with 8.8 million in audience impressions (up 6 percent) in week ending Oct. 14. 

The track is Dangond’s second career top 10 after “Cásate Conmigo,” with Nicky Jam, topped the list (Feb. 24-dated chart).

For Natti the “Justicia” move earns her a fourth top 10 and her second highest charting song this year. She topped the list on Aug. 11 for one week with “Sin Pijama,” with Becky G. The song currently holds at No. 8.

Sebastian Yatra + Mau & Ricky: Moving back to the Latin Pop Songs airplay tally, friends Sebastian Yatra and Venezuelan duo, Mau & Ricky’s “Ya No Tiene Novio,” jumps 14-9. The track ascends with an 8 percent boost in spins. 

Their first collaboration, “Ya No Tiene Novio” earns Yatra his third top 10, while brothers, Mau & Ricky, whose only other chart entry is also a collaboration — “Mi Mala” with Karol G — notch their first.

Christian Nodal & Duelo’s New Regional Mexican Songs Top 10s: Meanwhile, on the Regional Mexican Songs airplay list, Christian Nodal and Duelo both log their fifth top 10.

Nodal’s “No Te Contaron Mal” lifts 11-6 in its fourth week with a lofty 37 percent increase in audience (to 5 million impressions). Ahead of the track at Nos. 1-4 are four titles that have all previously topped the list.

Duelo’s “Para Crear Un Sonador” ascends to the top 10 after 13 weeks with a 14-9 jump (up 6 percent, 4 million in audience).

El Fantasma Debuts: Finally, over on the Regional Mexican Albums chart, El Fantasma, the stage name for Mexican singer-songwriter Alexander García, makes his fourth consecutive top 10 debut. Dolor y Amor -released Oct. 5 via Afinarte- opens at No. 2 with 2,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Oct. 11, mostly attributed to streaming activity.

Notably, out El Fantasma’s four charted albums on the tally, three debuted on the list in 2018. The album’s title track stands at No. 21 on the Regional Mexican Songs airplay list.