Plus, Danny Ocean scores first Top Latin Albums top 10 with album debut 54+1.
“Te Robaré” top 10 launch is mainly attributed to streaming activity and digital sales. It collected 3.75 million U.S. clicks earned in the week ending March 28, according to Nielsen Music, a week after the song and its music video were released on March 22nd. Concurrently, it opens in the top 20 of the Latin Streaming Songs tally, starting at No. 18.
The song, which will be part of Jam’s upcoming project, likewise logged a little over 5,000 downloads solds in its first week which contributes to its No. 1 bow on the Latin Digital Song Sales chart, knocking Sean Paul and J Balvin’s “Contra La Pared” out of its one-week reign.
“Te Robaré” is Nicky Jam and Ozuna’s fourth collaboration. Their first was “Bonita” (J Balvin and Jowell & Randy featuring Nicky Jam, Yandel and Ozuna), which debuted on the Hot Latin Songs chart -- which blends airplay, digital sales and streaming data -- at No. 45 on July 2017 (a No. 8 peak).
Their follow-up collaboration arrived through their featured role on the 14-week champ “Te Boté” by Casper Mágico, Nio Garcia, and Darell, which also features Bad Bunny. It crowned the tally starting May 26.
Prior to “Te Robaré,” the pair added a third collaboration on the Hot Latin Songs tally with “Haciendo,” debuting at No. 41 on the list and remaining, however, only one week on the chart.
Danny Ocean Debuts: Elsewhere, Venezuelan singer-songwriter Danny Ocean returns to the Latin charts with his debut studio album 54+1, a set which was self-produced and composed from his bedroom in Miami.
Released via Atlantic/ Warner Latina on March 22, the set opens at No. 9 on the Top Latin Albums chart dated April 6 and earned 3,000 equivalent album units in the week ending March 28. The bulk of the album's first-week was driven by streaming activity.
Concurrently, the set debuts at No. 3 on the Latin Pop Albums chart. The album's single "Swing," meanwhile, holds at No. 40 on the Latin Pop Songs airplay chart.
The 26-year-old made his Latin chart debut on May 2017 when “Me Rehúso” debuted at No. 44 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (it peaked at No. 13 on Aug. 19, 2017).
A Trio Of New Top 10s On Tropical Songs: Finally, three new tracks enter the Tropical Songs airplay top 10 on the current tracking week.
At No. 4, Carlos Vives and Wisin’s “Si Me Das Tu Amor” debuts thanks to a 29 percent boost to 2.6 million in audience impressions logged in the week ending March 31. While Vives claims his 18th top 10 (and fifth consecutive), Wisin ups his career count to 12.
Three spots below, duo Wisin & Yandel and Romeo Santos’ first collaboration “Aullando” rises 13-8 in its third week with 2 million in audience (a lofty 182 percent gain) and the Greatest Gainer honor. As a duo, Wisin & Yandel continue to lead with the most top 10s on the tally, now with 25. Santos, meanwhile, scores his 17th.