La Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas' 'El Amor De Mi Vida' Hits No. 1 on Regional Mexican Songs Airplay Chart

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La Adictiva performs during a Cri-Cri el Grillito Cantor 80th Anniversary Homage Concert organized by Ke Buena radio at Zocalo on Aug. 13, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico. 

Plus, Elvis Crespo logs his 33rd top 10 on the Tropical Songs airplay chart.

La Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas’ “El Amor De Mi Vida” shoots to the top of the Regional Mexican Songs airplay chart with a 3-1 rise on the July 6-dated chart.

The song traces its jump to an 8% increase in audience impressions (to 8 million) logged in the week ending June 30, according to Nielsen Music.

“We are beyond happy and grateful with our audience for making this happen,” Guillermo Garza, lead vocalist of the band, tells Billboard. “Every time we release a single, it becomes a new dream with the objective of reaching the top and for our listeners to learn to love it. When that happens, well, it fills us with great satisfaction!”

“El Amor” becomes La Adictiva’s eighth No. 1 overall (and fifth straight crown) dating back to May 2011 when “Te Amo y Te Amo” arrived at the top in its 16th week and reigned for nine nonconsecutive weeks; its longest charting title at No. 1.

“El Amor” is the third single off their upcoming album and follows “Con Todo Lo Incluido,” a former No. 1 (March 30-dated tally).

The new ballad, written by Horacio Placencia, also secures a top 10 spot on the Latin Airplay list, climbing 12-8. La Adictiva collects its eighth top 10 there.

Elvis Crespo’s 33rd Top 10: Over on the Tropical Songs airplay chart, Elvis Crespo logs his 33rd top 10 as “Abracadabra” moves 11-10. “Abracadabra” advances despite a 2% decline in audience (to 2 million).

Crespo ties with Daddy Yankee for the fourth-most top 10s on the list. They trail Victor Manuelle, who continues to lead with 58 top 10s, Marc Anthony (48), and Gilberto Santa Rosa (35).