Juanes' 'La Camisa Negra,' Selena's 'Dreaming of You' & More Latin Songs on the Hot 100

Juanes performs in 2015
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Juanes performs at Barclaycard Center on Dec. 11, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. 

Carlos Vives makes his Billboard Hot 100 debut this week with his & Shakira's "La Bicicleta."

Carlos Vives is celebrating a career milestone this week by debuting on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated July 30) with the track "La Bicicleta," his collab with Shakira, who made her debut on the chart in 2001 with her song "Whenever, Wherever."

Vives joins a long list of Latin superstars who have charted on the Hot 100, including Selena Quintanilla in 1995 with "Dreaming of You" and Enrique Iglesias in 1999 with "Bailamos," his first song on the Hot 100.

Although this is not the complete list -- and we're sure many more Latin artists are yet to make an appearance on the chart -- here are the songs that first got these 20 Latin superstars on the Hot 100. From Juanes to Jennifer Lopez and Marco Antonio Solís, check them out below in order of date.

1984: Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson, "To All the Girls I've Loved Before" / debuted at No. 79, peaked at No. 5

1985: Miami Sound Machine, "Conga" / debuted at No. 95, peaked at No. 10

1995: Selena, "Dreaming of You" / debuted at No. 38, peaked at No. 22

1996: Ricky Martin, "María" / debuted at No. 90, peaked at No. 88

1999: Marc Anthony, "I Need to Know" / debuted at No. 77, peaked at No. 3

1999: Enrique Iglesias, "Bailamos" / debuted at No. 63, peaked at No. 1

1999: Jennifer Lopez, "If You Had My Love" / debuted at No. 81, peaked at No. 1

2001: Shakira, "Whenever, Wherever" / debuted at No. 74, peaked at No. 6

2003: Thalía feat. Fat Joe, "I Want You" / debuted at No. 71, peaked at No. 22

2004: Pitbull feat. Lil Jon, "Culo" / debuted at No. 84, peaked at No. 32

2005: Juanes, "La camisa negra" / debuted at No. 97, peaked at No. 89

2005: Wisin y Yandel, "Rakata" / debuted at No. 97, peaked at No. 85

2005: Aventura & Don Omar, "Ella Y Yo" / debuted at No. 97, peaked at No. 97

2006: Maná, "Labios compartidos" / debuted at No. 82, peaked at No. 82

2011: Romeo Santos, "You" / debuted at No. 97, peaked at No. 97

2013: Prince Royce, "Darte un beso" / debuted at No. 78, peaked at No. 78

2014: Marco Antonio Solis & Enrique Iglesias, "El perdedor" / debuted at No. 85, peaked at No. 85

2015: Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias, "El perdón" / debuted at No. 66, peaked at No. 56

2015: J Balvin, "Ginza" / debuted at No. 98, peaked at No. 84

2016: Carlos Vives & Shakira, "La bicicleta" / debuted at No. 95, peaked at No. 95 (so far)


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