Marc Anthony Logs 30th No. 1 On Tropical Songs Airplay Chart

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Marc Anthony performs during his "Legacy" tour at SAP Center on Feb. 8, 2019 in San Jose, Calif. 

‘Tu Vida En La Mia’ is the act’s first leader as a solo act since 2014.

Marc Anthony earns his 30th No. 1 on the Tropical Songs airplay chart as his new single “Tu Vida En La Mía” bumps 2-1 in its fourth week, on the chart dated March 23.

It’s the fastest jump to the summit since Sept. 23, 2017, when Nacho’s “Bailame” sprinted to the top in just three weeks. 

“Tu Vida” earns the Greatest Gainer honor of the week and advances with a 30 percent increase in audience impressions in the week ending March 17 (rising to 4.51 million), according to Nielsen Music.

The song pads Marc Anthony’s lead as the artist with the most No. 1s (with 30) on the Tropical Songs airplay chart since its inception in 1994.

“Tu Vida” is also the Puerto Rican’s first chart leader, unaccompanied, in over four years. “Flor Pálida” rose to the summit on May 31, 2014, where it remained for two weeks. Since then, Marc Anthony has claimed a total of six No. 1s, five of which have been through collaborations or via featured roles.

He barely misses out on replacing himself at the top spot. His most recent pre-“Tu Vida” leader, “Adicto,” a collaboration with Prince Royce, completed its seven-week reign two weeks ago, on the ranking dated March 9. Between Marc’s rulers, Raymix’s “Oye Mujer” went back to the top for a week, after its previous 11-week run at No. 1 (April 21-June 30, 2018).

Here is a full rundown of Marc Anthony’s No. 1 collection on Tropical Songs:

Song, Peak Date, Weeks at No. 1

“Te Conozco Bien,” June 17, 1995, eight consecutive weeks

“Se Me Sigue Olvidando,” Sept. 9, 1995, five consecutive weeks (debut)

“Nadie Como Ella,” Dec. 23, 1995, three consecutive weeks

“Te Amaré,” Feb. 10, 1996, three consecutive weeks

“Llegaste a Mi,” April 27, 1996, two consecutive weeks

“Hasta Ayer,” Aug. 17, 1996, three consecutive weeks

“Por Amor Se Da Todo,” Nov. 2, 1996, one week

“Y Hubo Alguien,” Nov. 8, 1997, eight consecutive weeks

“Si Te Vas,” March 21, 1998, one week

“Contra La Corriente,” Sept. 26, 1998, four nonconsecutive weeks

“No Me Ames” with Jennifer Lopez, June 26, 1999, seven consecutive weeks

“Dímelo,” Oct. 9, 1999, three nonconsecutive weeks

“Muy Dentro De Mi,” June 24, 2000, five consecutive weeks

“Celos,” Nov. 7, 2001, 11 nonconsecutive weeks

“Viviendo,” June 29, 2002, four nonconsecutive weeks

“Ahora Quien,” June 12, 2004, nine consecutive weeks (debut)

“Tu Amor Me Hace Bien,” Feb. 25, 2006, two nonconsecutive weeks

“Que Precio Tiene El Cielo,” Aug. 26, 2006, 13 nonconsecutive weeks

“Mi Gente,” Aug. 11, 2007, six nonconsecutive weeks

“Rain Over Me” – Pitbull featuring Marc Anthony, one week

“Por Qué Les Mientes?” – Tito El Bambino + El Patrón featuring Marc Anthony, Dec. 15, 2012, four nonconsecutive weeks

“Vivir Mi Vida,” June 1, 2013, 11 consecutive weeks

“Cambio De Piel,” Jan. 25, 2014, five nonconsecutive weeks

“Flor Pálida,” May 31, 2014, two consecutive weeks

“Cuando Nos Volvamos a Encontrar” – Carlos Vives featuring Marc Anthony, Aug. 9, 2014, one week

“La Gozadera” – Gente De Zona featuring Marc Anthony, Aug. 29, 2015

“Traidora” – Gente De Zona featuring Marc Anthony, March 26, 2016, four nonconsecutive weeks

“Olvídame y Pega La Vuelta” with Jennifer Lopez, Dec. 31, 2016, two nonconsecutive weeks

“Adicto” with Prince Royce, Jan. 26, 2019, seven consecutive weeks.

“Tu Vida En La Mía,” March 23, 2019


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