Elvis Crespo's Top 10 Hot Latin Songs: Vote for Your Favorite!

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Elvis Crespo performs with Grupo Mania during Mega 97.9 Megaton Concert at Madison Square Garden on Oct. 28, 2015 in New York City. 

Merengue star Elvis Crespo just notched his 10th top 10 on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart, thanks to the party anthem "Bailar." 

The Grammy winner's collab with Mexican-American DJ Deorro peaks at No. 10 on this week's chart (dated Oct. 22). "Working with Deorro for me has been such a gratifying experience, very comfortable and there is great chemistry between him and I and it has allowed me to reach a different audience than mine," Crespo told Billboard in a previous interview. "This is an audience that continues to crave that electronic sound that is on trend and so popular. This collaboration has reinvented my sound and giving my career an 'update' of sorts!"

And while "Bailar" does give the Puerto Rican singer's career an "update," let's not forget the 10 oldies-but-goodies that landed in the top 10 before. From "Suavemente" to "Píntame," check out the list below and vote for you favorite chart-topper: 

"Suavemente" peaked at No. 1 for six weeks (chart date May 16, 1998)

"Tu sonrisa" peaked at No. 1 for two weeks (chart date Aug. 29, 1998)

"Yo no soy un monstruo" ft. Ilegales peaked at No. 2 (chart date Aug. 26, 2012)

"Píntame" peaked at No. 2 (chart date May 8, 1999)

"Para darte mi vida" with Milly Quezada peaked at No. 4 (chart date Oct. 31, 1998)

"El cuerpo me pide" with Victor Manuelle peaked at No. 4 (chart date Jan. 9, 1999)

"Pegaíto suavecito" ft. Fito Blanko peaked at No. 6 (chart date Feb. 2, 2013)

"Tiemblo" peaked at No. 10 (chart date Sept. 25, 1999)

"Wow flash" peaked at No. 10 (chart date Jan. 6, 2001)

Deorro ft. Crespo "Bailar" peaked at No. 10 (chart date Oct. 22, 2016)


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