Bad Bunny now trails only Drake for the most simultaneous appearances on Billboard‘s Streaming Songs chart, which began in 2013, as the former has 23 titles on the tally dated May 21, all from his new album Un Verano Sin Ti.
Of Bad Bunny’s 23 songs on the latest chart, all are debuts save for one, his Tainy collaboration “Callaita.”
Only Drake has more concurrently charting titles on Streaming Songs; he nabbed 28 of the 50 positions upon the July 14, 2018, survey, following the release of then-new album Scorpion.
Bad Bunny becomes one of just three artists to have at least 20 entries on Streaming Songs in a single week. Drake’s done so five times, while Kanye West nabbed 22 appearances on the Sept. 11, 2021, tally after the premiere of his album Donda.
Most Titles in One Week, Streaming Songs
- 28, Drake (July 14, 2018)
- 23, Bad Bunny (May 21, 2022)
- 22, Kanye West (Sept. 11, 2021)
- 22, Drake (July 21, 2018)
- 21, Drake (Sept. 18, 2021)
- 21, Drake (April 8, 2017)
- 20, Drake (May 21, 2016)
- 19, Taylor Swift (Nov. 27, 2021)
- 19, Lil Uzi Vert (May 21, 2020)
- 19, Lil Wayne (Oct. 13, 2018)
His 23 concurrent appearances are by far the most for any act who primarily releases music flagged for Latin genres. The previous best? Bad Bunny as well, with seven songs on the March 14, 2020, survey amid the release of his album YHLQMDLG.
Bad Bunny more than doubles his all-time sum on Streaming Songs with the Verano tracklist. A total of 21 of his songs had made the list previously, paced by a trio of No. 2-peaking songs: Cardi B and J Balvin collaboration “I Like It” (June 2018), Jhay Cortez collaboration “Dakiti” (November 2020) and “Yonaguni” (June 2021).
Leading the latest crop from Verano: “Moscow Mule,” which bows at No. 3 with 30.4 million official U.S. streams, according to Luminate. In all, six songs from the album reach the top 10, with “Mule” followed by “Titi Me Pregunto” at No. 4 (25.1 million).
Concurrently, the 25-position Latin Streaming Songs chart is made up of 23 Bad Bunny songs, the most at once in the list’s history. Bad Bunny breaks his own record; he racked up 21 appearances on the March 14 and March 21, 2020, surveys.
As previously reported, four Verano songs also reach the Billboard Hot 100’s top 10, paced by “Mule” at No. 4, which equates to a No. 1 debut on Hot Latin Songs. On the Billboard 200, Verano arrives as Bad Bunny’s second No. 1 (274,000 equivalent album units) and also crowns Top Latin Albums.