Marc Anthony commands the Tropical Airplay chart, as "Flor Palida" steps 2-1, marking the salsa star's record-rewriting 24th No. 1. With the coronation, he breaks out of a tie with Victor Manuelle (23), with the singers having traded the record back-and-forth in recent years. Manuelle earned his 23rd No. 1 on March 29 when "Una Vez Mas," featuring Reik, reached the top. On Tropical Digital Songs, "Flor" climbs 21-17, selling 1,000 downloads (up 12 percent).
Enrique Iglesias widens his lead for the most No. 1s (26) on the Latin Airplay chart, as "Bailando," featuring Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona, skips 3-1. Iglesias has held the record since Dec. 7, 1996, when "Trapecista" reached the top, becoming his fifth chart-topper, surpassing Selena, who had notched four No. 1s at the time. Since then, no one has been able to play catch up with Iglesias. (Impressively, Iglesias' first five chart-toppers were from his self-titled debut album, a feat only recently matched by Romeo Santos when "La Diabla" (2012) became the fifth No. 1 from the Bachata star's debut solo set "Formula, Vol. 1.") Ricky Martin ranks second with 16 Latin Airplay No. 1s.
On Regional Mexican Airplay, Los Huracanes del Norte claim their third No. 1 as "Cero a La Izquierda" hops 3-1. The group had last led in 2007 with "Vole Muy Alto." "Cero" grows by 5 percent to 8.3 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen BDS. On the airplay/sales/streaming-based Hot Latin Songs chart, "Cero" holds at its No. 16 peak.