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Bad Bunny Logs 30th Week at No. 1 on Latin Songwriters Chart

Bad Bunny tallies his record-extending 30th week at No. 1 on Billboard's Latin Songwriters chart (dated April 25), thanks to a hefty 16 entries on the latest Hot Latin Songs…

Bad Bunny tallies his record-extending 30th week at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Latin Songwriters chart (dated April 25), thanks to a hefty 16 entries on the latest Hot Latin Songs survey.

All 16 songs appear on Bunny’s third LP, YHLQMDLG, which debuted at No. 1 on Top Latin Albums and No. 2 on the Billboard 200 in March, becoming the highest-charting all-Spanish-language album ever on the latter list. The set leads Top Latin Albums for a seventh week, having yet to depart the summit.

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Here’s a rundown of all 16 of Bad Bunny’s writing credits on the latest Hot Latin Songs chart:

Rank, Artist Billing, Title (co-songwriters in addition to Bad Bunny)
No. 2, Bad Bunny, “Yo Perreo Sola” (Genesis Rios Serrano, Tainy, Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea)
No. 5, Bad Bunny, Jowell & Randy & Nengo Flow, “Safaera” (Jowell Martinez, Randy Aceverdo, Nengo Flow, Tainy, DJ Orma)
No. 6, Bad Bunny, “Vete” (Cesar Escalera, Hazen Ortiz, Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea, Xavier Vargas, Edgar Vargas)
No. 7, Bad Bunny, “La Dificil” (Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea, Lenex, Gabriel Quintero)
No. 8, Bad Bunny, “Si Veo a Tu Mama” (Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea, Kaled Elikai Cordova)
No. 11, Bad Bunny & Sech, “Ignorantes” (Sech, Dimelo Flow, Eduardo Beats, KJ Assad)
No. 16, Bad Bunny X Daddy Yankee, “La Santa” (Daddy Yankee, Tainy)
No. 26, Bad Bunny, “Pero Ya No” (Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea, EMG, Dez Washington)
No. 29, Bad Bunny & Yaviah, “Bichiyal” (Yaviah, Nesty, Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea)
No. 31, Bad Bunny, “A Tu Merced” (Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea, EZ Made Da Beat, Henry de la Prida)
No. 34, Bad Bunny, “25/8” (Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea, Hidemiyabi, Kaled Elikai Cordova, Based1, Jason Garcia)
No. 37, Bad Bunny X Anuel AA, “Esta Cabron Ser Yo” (Anuel AA, Payday, King Packer)
No. 38, Bad Bunny, “Solia” (Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea, Demy Gagnon, Clipz, Gabriel Quintero)
No. 44, Bad Bunny & Mora, “Una Vez” (Gabriel Quintero, Jose Carlos Cruz, Freddy Alicea, Taiko)
No. 45, Bad Bunny, “La Zona” (Chris Jeday, Gaby Music, Haze, Nino Segarra)
No. 46, Bad Bunny & Nengo Flow, “Que Malo” (Nengo Flow, Marco Masis Fernandez, Jeta Rosa)

Among all 10 of Billboard‘s Songwriters charts, only three other artists have spent at least 30 weeks at No. 1: Kirk Franklin has led Gospel Songwriters for 36 weeks and counting; Jason Ingram has ruled Christian Songwriters for 36 weeks; and Steve Mac has logged 35 weeks atop Dance/Electronic Songwriters. (All Songwriters and Producers charts launched last June.)

On the latest Latin Producers chart, production duo Subelo Neo (Jose Carlos Cruz and Freddy Montalvo) adds its seventh week at No. 1, thanks to 10 production credits on the Hot Latin Songs chart, all on songs performed by Bad Bunny.

The weekly Latin Songwriters and Latin Producers charts are based on total points accrued by a songwriter and producer, respectively, for each attributed song that appears on the Hot Latin Songs chart; As with Billboard‘s yearly recaps, multiple writers or producers split points for each song equally (and the dividing of points will lead to occasional ties on rankings).

Check out this week’s full Latin Songwriters and Latin Producers charts, in addition to the other full genre rankings, on Billboard.com.