Plus, Nacho earns his second No. 1 on the Tropical Songs airplay chart.
Farruko, Bad Bunny and Rvssian’s “Krippy Kush” leaps 9-5 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Sept. 23) in its fifth week, hiking 45 percent in airplay (to 200,000 audience impressions in the week ending Sept. 10, according to Nielsen Music), 15 percent in streams (rising to 6 million in the frame ending Sept. 7) and 8 percent in digital song sales (up to 2,000 downloads sold).
The song is the fifth top five hit on the Hot Latin Songs chart for Farruko and the first for Bad Bunny and Rvssian.
Nacho Scores a No. 1 Hit: Meanwhile, Nacho scores his first No. 1 as a lead artist on the Tropical Songs airplay chart (and second overall) as “Bailame” rises 2-1 in its third frame. The song increases 15 percent to 9 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music.
Concurrently, "Bailame" reaches a new peak on the Hot Latin Songs chart at No. 8 and on the Latin Streaming Songs chart at No. 14.
Ozuna Continues to Soar on Hot Latin Songs: Elsewhere on the Hot Latin Songs chart, Natti Natasha and Ozuna’s “Criminal” vaults 39-23 in its second week, earning the chart’s Greatest Gainer honors for streaming (rising 74 percent to 2.5 million streams).
Ozuna also notches 11 concurrent titles on the tally for the second consecutive week, becoming the first act to notch as many titles on the chart for multiple weeks. Joan Sebastian charted 11 titles for one week on the Aug. 1, 2015, chart (the tracking week after his death).
Ozuna’s 11 Hits on the Sept. 23-Dated Hot Latin Songs Chart
Ranking, Title, Artist
No. 4, “Escape Conmigo,” Wisin Featuring Ozuna
No. 10, “Ahora Dice,” Chris Jeday Presenta J Balvin, Ozuna & Arcangel
No. 12, “Tu Foto,” Ozuna
No. 18, “La Rompe Corazones,” Daddy Yankee X Ozuna
No. 22, “Que Va,” Alex Sensation + Ozuna
No. 23, “Criminal,” Natti Natasha x Ozuna
No. 27, “El Farsante,” Ozuna
No. 31, “Bebe,” Ozuna x Anuel AA
No. 36, “Sobredosis,” Romeo Santos Featuring Ozuna
No. 41, “No Quiere Enamorarse,” Ozuna Featuring Daddy Yankee
No. 47, “Se Preparo,” Ozuna