The new No. 1 follows two chart-topping duets sets, Los Duo 2 (No. 1 for seven weeks in 2016) and Los Duo (No. 1 for seven weeks in 2015), and a greatest-hits compilation Mis Numero 1… 40 Aniversario (No. 1 for one week in 2015).
Vestido consists of a selection of Gabriel’s hits re-recorded and re-arranged with a symphonic orchestra by composer and musical director Eduardo Magallanes. The longtime collaborator of Gabriel signed the superstar to RCA Victor in 1971.
J Balvin’s ‘Safari’ Treks: On Hot Latin Songs, J Balvin's “Safari” re-enters at No. 22 following the release of the track’s music video, featuring Pharrell Williams, BIA and Sky. The clip bowed on Aug. 12 through Apple Music and spurs a 864 percent increase in downloads of the song (to 5,000). The track returns to the Latin Digital Songs chart at No. 3, where it previously peaked at No. 2 after its original June 17 release. The video will remain exclusive to Apple Music until September 2, when it will get a wide release.
Sanluis Shines: Venezuelan brother duo Sanluis (Luigi and Santiago Castillo) leap 5-1 on Tropical Airplay with “Se Acabo,” featuring Chino & Nacho. The track is the act’s first chart hit, and is up 57 percent in spins at the format in the week ending Aug. 21. WLZL, Washington DC championed the track with 74 spins in the tracking week ending Aug. 21 (up from 69 plays in the prior week), aiding in its No. 1 rise.
A music video for the track boasts over 96 million views on YouTube since being released in February. It’s the pair’s most watched clip, followed the lyric video for the track with over 10 million views.