“Te Olvidé” — the second single from Fernández’s all-mariachi album, Hecho En México, climbs with a 27 percent boost in audience impressions (to 10 million) earned in the week ending April 19, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It follows Hecho’s first single, “Caballero,” which earned Fernández his first No. 1 since February 2010 and his first No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart ever.
“Te Olvidé” concurrently hits No. 1 on Regional Mexican Airplay in its 11th week — a faster climb than its predecessor, which reached the top in its 14th frame. It dethrones Edwin Luna y La Trakalosa de Monterrey’s s “Dormida” after a three-week reign.
Fernández’ Hecho en México, produced by Aureo Baqueiro, arrived at No. 1 on both Top Latin Albums and Regional Mexican Albums.
Raymix & Paulina Rubio Celebrate First Top 10 Together: Elsewhere on the Tropical Airplay chart, Raymix and Paulina Rubio’s “Tú y Yo” jumps 11-7. The Mexican cumbia advances with a lofty 62 percent in plays earned in the week ending April 19.
It’s the first collaboration by the compatriots, which was produced by Raymix and Sheeqo Beat and mixed by Armando Avila, released via Universal’s Aftercluv dance entertainment division.
The first collaboration from the pair was produced by Raymix and Sheeqo Beat and was mixed by Armando Avila. It was released via Universal Music Latin’s Aftercluv dance entertainment division
While Raymix clocks his third top 10, Rubio claims her 11th top 10 and first since 2012.