Every Marco Antonio Solis Song That Topped Billboard's Hot Latin Songs Chart

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Marco Antonio Solis performs onstage at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina presented by Sprint at American Airlines Arena on Nov. 7, 2015 in Miami.

In honor of Marco Antonio Solís receiving this year's lifetime achievement award at the 2016 Billboard Latin Music Awards, we're celebrating the Mexican icon with all his songs that reached No. 1 on the Hot Latin Songs chart over the years.

Marco Antonio Solis to Receive Billboard's Lifetime Achievement Award

From "O Me Voy O Te Vas" to "Qué Pena Me Das," the singer/songwriter boasts of nine singles to reach the No. 1 position throughout his career of 40 years.

Check out his No. 1 Hot Latin Songs below:  

May 15, 2004, "Más Que Tu Amigo" 

July 12, 2003, "Tu Amor O Tu Desprecio" 

September 29, 2001, "O Me Voy O Te Vas" 

March 13, 1999, "Si Te Pudiera Mentir" 

October 11, 1997, "La Venia Bendita" 

January 11, 1997, "Así Como Te Conocí" 

October 12, 1996, "Recuerdos, Tristeza y Soledad" 

July 27, 1996, "Qué Pena Me Das" 

July 7, 2007, "Ojalá" 

The Billboard Latin Awards ceremony will take place April 28 at the BankUnited Center in Miami. Solís will also take part in the "Legends Session" panel on April 26 during the Billboard Latin Music Conference. 

"Marco Antonio Solís has written some of the most enduring songs in Latin music," said Leila Cobo, Billboard's Executive Director of Content and Programming for Latin Music. "As one of the greats in music, he has been looked up to, and covered by, an array of artists iconic in their own right from Maná to Los Tigres dle Norte. We are honored and excited for his participation in our 'Legends Session'." 

The Billboard Latin Music Conference takes place April 25-28. To register, please visit http://www.billboardevents.com/latin

Billboard Latin Music Awards 2016


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