23 Years Later, Selena's Legacy Shines on Billboard's 2018 Year-End Charts

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Selena Quintanilla in the press room at the 1994 Grammy Awards in New York City. 

Selena Quintanilla continues to prove that she’s the Queen of Tejano as her timeless music ranks on the 2018 year-end charts.

Earlier this month, Billboard revealed its year-end charts, bringing to the forefront some of the biggest artists and songs of 2018. Even though Selena’s life was cut short at the age of 23 in 1995, the late Mexican-American songstress nabs a space on five of the annual rankings, including Top Latin Artists.

Here are all of Selena’s rankings on the 2018 year-end charts, proving that her legacy is brighter than ever even 23 years after her death.

Top Latin Artists

On the Top Latin Artists chart, which is dominated by Ozuna, J Balvin and Romeo Santos, Quintanilla nabbed the No. 22 spot, beating out artists such as CNCO, Karol G, Enrique Iglesias and Luis Miguel.

Top Latin Artists - Female

Meanwhile, on the Top Latin Artists - Female chart, the “Amor Prohibido” singer nabs the No. 3 position after Shakira and Natti Natasha. The other singers in the top five are Karol G and Becky G.

Top Latin Pop Albums

Selena’s Ones, a compilation album released in 2002 by EMI Latin, earns the No. 2 spot on the Top Latin Pop Albums chart, following Shakira’s El Dorado.

Top Latin Albums

On the year-end Top Latin Albums chart, Ones ranks in the top 20, landing at No. 13.

Regional Mexican Digital Song Sales

Three Selena songs land in the top 10 of the Regional Mexican Digital Songs tally. At No. 3 is “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” her single that hit No. 1 on the chart dated Oct. 22, 1994, leading the list for four consecutive weeks. “Como La Flor” lands at No. 5, followed by “Baila Esta Cumbia” at No. 8.

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