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Becky G & Peso Pluma’s ‘Chanel’ Hits the Top 10 on Hot Latin Songs Chart

Pluma earns an historic seven simultaneous top 10s, the most ever in a single week among regional Mexican artists.

Becky G and Peso Pluma add a new top 10 to their Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart count, as “Chanel” powers from No. 15 to No. 9 on the ranking dated May 6. As the pair’s first partnership advances to the upper region, Peso Pluma places seven simultaneous songs in the top 10 (and 15 across the chart), the most ever for a regional Mexican act. The septenary includes “Ella Baila Sola,” with Eslabon Armado, in its fourth consecutive week in charge.


“Chanel” advances with gains in all metrics that contribute to Hot Latin Songs: streams, sales and airplay. It registered 10.2 million official U.S. streams during the April 21-27 tracking week, according to Luminate. That sum yields a No. 42 debut on the overall Streaming Songs chart and top 10 flight on Latin Streaming Songs, where it pushes 14-10 in its second week, with a 33% increase.

Sales rose 49%, to 1,000, in the same period. That drives “Chanel” 14-6 on Latin Digital Song Sales. The song also makes progress on the radio front, up 386% to 1 million audience impressions.

Becky G adds her sixth Hot Latin Songs top 10, and her first in the region since last year’s “Mamiii,” with Karol G, became her first No. 1, having dominated for 10 weeks.

Meanwhile, 23-year-old Peso Pluma notches his seventh Hot Latin Songs top 10 – with all simultaneously in the tier. The feat is historic, as he’s the first regional Mexican artist with as many as seven top 10s in a single frame. Only one other act has charted as many or more top 10 titles together: Bad Bunny grouped between seven and nine songs in the top 10 in 27 distinct weeks in 2020-22.

Prior to Peso Pluma, among core regional Mexican acts Joan Sebastian logged the most concurrent Hot Latin Songs top 10s: four on the Aug. 1, 2015 chart.

Here’s the list of Peso Pluma’s 15 entries on Hot Latin Songs this week:

Ranking, Title, Additional Artist(s)
No. 1 “Ella Baila Sola,” with Eslabon Armado
No. 3, “La Bebe,” with Yng Lvcas
No. 4, “Por Las Noches”
No. 5, “PRC,” with Natanael Cano
No. 6, “AMG,” with Gabito Ballesteros & Natanael Cano
No. 9, “Chanel,” with Becky G
No. 10, “El Azul,” with Junior H
No. 16, “Igualito a Mi Apa,” with Fuerza Regida
No. 23, “Las Morras,” with Blessd
No. 24, “Rosas Pastel,” with Jasiel Nuñez
No. 25, “El Tsurito,” with Junior H & Gabito Ballesteros
No. 33, “Ando Enfocado,” with Codiciado & Jaziel Avilez
No. 34, “El Belicón,” with Raúl Vega
No. 35, “El Gavilán,” with Luis R Conriquez & Tony Aguirre
No. 42, “El Hechizo,” with Ovy on the Drums

Peso Pluma becomes the fifth act with as many as 15 Hot Latin Songs hits in a single week. Bad Bunny boasts 40 such frames, led by a one-week record 24 entries on the May 21, 2022, tally (as his Un Verano Sin Ti made its initial splash on album charts), while Anuel AA, Karol G and Ozuna have also achieved the feat.

Elsewhere, “Chanel” rallies up the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, from No. 88 to No. 56. On the worldwide front, it escalates 85-49 on the Billboard Global 200 and 117-72 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. list.

Meanwhile, Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma’s “Ella Baila Sola” rises to No. 4 on the Hot 100, marking another new high among regional Mexican songs over the chart’s history.