Jhay Cortez's 'No Me Conoce' With J Balvin & Bad Bunny Hits Top 10 On Hot Latin Songs Chart

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Jhay Cortez

Plus, chart moves for La Arrolladora Banda El Limón, Sean Paul and Tainy.

In its fifth week on the Hot Latin Songs chart, dated June 29, Jhay Cortez’s debut chart hit “No Me Conoce,” with J Balvin and Bad Bunny, climbs 13-10 -- powered almost entirely by streaming activity.

In the week ending June 20, the song collected 7.9 million streams (up 7%) and 1,000 downloads (up 14%), while its airplay audience dropped 15% to 1.8 million in the frame ending June 23, according to Nielsen Music.

While “No Me Conoce” earns Cortez his first top 10 on the tally, J Balvin and Bad Bunny score their 18th and 15th top 10, respectively.

“No Me Conoce” is the first single from Famouz, Cortez’s sophomore album released via Universal Music Latino on May 24. The set debuted and peaked at No. 14 on the Top Latin Albums chart-dated June 8 and rose to a No. 10 high on the Latin Rhythm Albums chart-dated June 15.

Meanwhile, La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de Rene Camacho claims its 13th No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Songs airplay chart, as “Tiene Razón La Lógica” rises 2-1 (8.7 million in audience, up less than 1%).

With the move, the act ties Calibre 50 for the list’s fourth-most No. 1s, which date back to June 2007 when the band secured its first No. 1 with “De Ti Exclusivo” where it remained for eight nonconsecutive weeks.

Elsewhere on the Latin Airplay chart, Sean Paul and J Balvin’s “Contra La Pared” vaults 15-8 to become Paul’s third top 10 and Balvin’s 18th. The song scores a sizable bump in audience impressions, rising 31% to 9 million for the week. “Contra” concurrently rises to a new No. 4 high on Latin Pop Airplay (up 37% in plays).

Down below Latin Airplay, Bad Bunny and Tainy’s “Callaita” climbs 24-17 (6.5 million in audience; up 40%), while the track also jumps 13-9 in its second week on Latin Rhythm Airplay.

Only one other track has reached the top 10 as fast in 2019, Daddy Yankee’s “Con Calma,” featuring Snow, which rose 13-10 in its second week.

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