Anuel AA & Romeo Santos' 'Ella Quiere Beber' Hits Top 10 on Hot Latin Songs
The Santos-assisted remix version of Anuel’s “Quiere Beber” ascends 13-5.
Anuel AA and Romeo Santos’ “Ella Quiere Beber” jumps 13-5 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Nov. 17). It marks the third top 10 for Anuel (all have occurred in 2018) and 17th for Santos. The track, which is a remix of Anuel's "Quiere Beber," was released on Nov. 2 and impacts the chart after its first full week of tracking activity.
Both the original version of "Quiere" and its new remix are merged together for tracking and charting purposes, but the new version with Santos overwhelmingly powers the song's points on the chart, and thus it is credited to both acts on our lists. The original version of "Quiere" is included on Anuel's album Real Hasta La Muerte, which debuted at No. 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart dated July 28.
"Ella Quiere" collected 7.4 million in U.S. streams (a lofty 79 percent gain and rises 15-6 on Latin Streaming Songs) and 6,000 in digital sales (up 860 percent; up 23-2 on Latin Digital Song Sales), in the week ending Nov. 8, according to Nielsen Music.
Meanwhile, “Ella Quiere” ascends 23-18 on the Latin Airplay chart with 7.6 million in audience impressions, a 33 percent increase, in the week ending Nov. 11.
Daddy Yankee’s “Zum Zum” Hits No. 1: Also, on the Latin Airplay chart, Daddy Yankee’s “Zum Zum” with RKM & Ken-Y and Arcangel rockets to the top, soaring 19-1 after a remix of the song, which includes Plan B and Natti Natasha, was released on Oct. 19.
“Zum Zum” advances with a 68 percent gain in audience impressions (to 11.9 million) in the week ending Nov. 11.
The lift earns Yankee his 10th chart leader, while RKM & Ken-Y their third, and Arcangel his second. Concurrently, the song leads the Latin Rhythm airplay chart, vaulting 13-1.
El Fantasma’s Fifth Top 10 on Regional Mexican: Elsewhere on the Latin charts, Alexander García, better known as ‘El Fantasma,’ enters the Regional Mexican Songs airplay chart’s top tier as “Dolor y Amor” ascends 15-10. The song earns 3.8 million in audience (up 19 percent gain).
The banda singer-songwriter picks up his fifth top 10. Notably, out of El Fantasma’s six charted titles, five have ranked in the top 10.