Bad Bunny's 'MIA' Feat. Drake Tops Hot Latin Songs Chart
Their first collaboration soars 9-1 in its second week.
Bad Bunny’s “MIA” featuring Drake reaches the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Oct. 27) as the song zooms 9-1 after its first full tracking week of activity. The all-Spanish-language track premiered on the list a week ago, from one day of sales and streaming activity (and four days of airplay), as the single was released on Oct. 11.
With 36 million U.S. streams tallied in the week ending Oct. 18, “MIA” scores the highest streaming week of the year for a Latin song and the highest streaming week since Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito,” featuring Justin Bieber, collected 44.5 million streams on the Sept. 9, 2017-dated chart.
“MIA” takes the Greatest Gainer/Streaming honor of the week, debuting at No. 1 on the Latin Streaming Songs chart.
Concurrently, “MIA” sold 26,000 downloads in the week ending Oct. 18 (up 292 percent from the 7,000 it sold), jumping 2-1 on Latin Digital Song Sales and debuting at No. 4 on the all-genre Digital Song Sales tally.
It also debuts at No. 33 on the Latin Airplay chart, collecting 4 million in audience (up 189 percent) in the week ending Oct. 21, taking the week’s Greatest Gainer trophy.
Notably, it is both acts’ second No. 1. While Bad Bunny has collected a total of 33 charted titles on Hot Latin Songs -- which blends airplay, digital sales and streaming data -- "MIA" is just his second No. 1 following his collaborative effort “Te Boté” (with Casper Magico, Darell, Nio Garcia, Nicky Jam and Ozuna) which remained in the penthouse for 14 weeks.
Meanwhile, for Drake, “MIA’s” reign is his second in over four years, following his featuring role in Romeo Santos’ “Odio,” which led the chart for 13 consecutive weeks in 2014.
Over on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart, “MIA” debuts at No. 5. It’s Bad Bunny’s highest debut on the list and second top 10. He previously earned his first top 10 -- and No. 1 -- as part of Cardi B’s “I Like It” with J Balvin. For Drake, he extends his record for the most top 10s among solo male artists, with 32.