The first three places of the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 podium remain intact for the week of Dec. 16: Paulo Londra‘s “Adán y Eva” holds its second week in the No. 1 spot, while two Anglo-Latin features persist in No. 2 and No. 3: DJ Snake‘s “Taki Taki” featuring Ozuna, Selena Gomez and Cardi B, and Bad Bunny‘s “M.I.A.” feat. Drake.
In total, Londra accumulates three weeks at the top: In the chart’s first week, he debuted at No. 1 with “Cuando te Besé” feat. Becky G.
However, the top 10 has changed. For example, Damas Gratis‘ “No Te Creas Tan Importante” feat. Viru Kumbieron re-enters at No. 9 and Rombai lands at No. 10, gaining its best position since the band and the song entered the chart 10 weeks ago.
Ariana Grande‘s “Thank U, Next” is the song that climbs the most positions this week, jumping to No. 31 from No. 49. Then, Ciro y Los Persas‘ “Dice” rises from No. 52 to No. 42. But the biggest jump was Oriana‘s achievement with “False Start”: The Argentine singer’s single climbs 34 positions in a week, now landing at No. 62.
Among the new entries, V-One and Ricardo Montaner debut in the chart. The Argentine quintet reaches No. 63 with “Aventura” feat. Mau y Ricky (Ricardo Montaner’s sons). Montaner, on the other hand, lands at No. 65, thanks to the video “¿Qué Vas a Hacer?,” which features the acting of J Balvin and Lali as a couple.
Lit Killah brings a new track into the fold: “Tan Bien” featuring the Uruguayan singer Agus Padilla debuts at No. 49; and Airbag‘s new single, “Así de Fácil,” hits No. 74.
The Argentina Hot 100 ranks the most popular songs in the country and is compiled by a formula blending local streaming activity on leading music services such as YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music, among others, as well as national radio airplay and plays of songs featured on a variety of Argentine TV networks. Streaming data is provided by Nielsen Music, while radio and TV measurement is powered by BMAT/Vericast.
The Billboard Argentina Hot 100 will appear in each monthly print issue and will refreshed weekly each Wednesday.