Women in Music 2019

Chino Y Nacho, Thalía, Enrique Iglesias & More Latin Artists Hit YouTube's Top 100 Global Music Tracks

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Chino Y Nacho perform at American Airlines Arena on April 10, 2014 in Miami.

Latin superstars like Chino Y Nacho, Thalía, Maluma, Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias, Nicky Jam and J Balvin are among the most popular musicians on YouTube, appearing in the top 100 of YouTube's Global Music Charts

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According to data YouTube shared with Billboard, 16 Latin artists land coveted spots in the chart alongside Rihanna, who takes the No. 1 spot, Ed SheeranColdplay and Maroon 5.

Here's a taste of the chart's top ranking Latin artists, followed by the full chart:

Nicky Jam's video "Hasta el amanecer" lands position No. 10. 

Coming in at No. 20 is Chino Y Nacho's clip for single "Andas en mi cabeza."

Thalía's seductive video "Desde esa noche" feat. Maluma takes No. 38 on the chart.

These numbers, based on video views, reflect last week's (April 29 - May 5) Global Top 100 Music Charts. 

Here is the complete list of Latin artists on the YouTube Top 100 Tracks:

Artist/songWeeks on chartThis weeks rank
Nicky Jam "Hasta el amanecer"1110
Chino Y Nacho ft. Daddy Yankee "Andas en mi cabeza"320
Joey Montana "Picky" 1124
Enrique Iglesias ft. Wisin "Duele el corazón" 226
Maluma "Borro cassette"1127
Maluma "El perdedor" 229
Thalía ft. Maluma "Desde esa noche" 738
Yandel "Encantadora" 553
Cali Y El Dandee "Por fin te encontré" 1154
J Balvin "Ginza" 1164
De La Ghetto "La ocasión" 567
Romeo Santos "Propuesta indecente" 1174
Farruko "Obsesionado" 675
J Balvin "Ay vamos" 1179
Romeo Santos "Eres mía" 482
Enrique Iglesias ft. Gente de Zona "Bailando" 1184
Nicky Jam ft. Enrique Iglesias "El perdón" 1185
Ricky Martin "La mordidita" 386
Gente de Zona ft. Marc Anthony "La gozadera" 392
Cosculluela "Te busco" 1197
Banda MS "Solo con verte" 198
 
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