Argentine producer Bizarrap has made a habit of infiltrating Billboard‘s global charts with his Music Sessions series. “Vol. 36” was the first track from it to crack the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. survey and Billboard Global 200, reaching Nos. 64 and 121, respectively, in January 2021. The Nathy Peluso collaboration has now led to his newest chart arrival, as, on the March 19-dated tallies, Bizarrap scores his highest-charting song yet on both lists.
The hard-hitting “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 49,” with Residente, is Bizarrap’s 13th entry on the Global Excl. U.S. chart and starts as his highest-debuting and -charting song yet, at No. 13. It surpasses his prior No. 18 peak with “Vol. 41,” with Nicky Jam, last July. On the Global 200, “Vol. 49” launches at No. 20, also a new best.
“Vol. 49” drew 35.1 million streams and sold 1,100 downloads in the week ending March 10, according to Luminate, formerly MRC Data. Of that global total, 32.4 million streams – or 92% – were from outside the U.S.
The track is the first entry on either global tally for Puerto Rico’s Residente.
“Vol. 49” also enters seven Hits of the World charts, at No. 3 on Bolivia Songs and Spain Songs, No. 4 on Ecuador Songs and Mexico Songs, No. 6 on Colombia Songs and Peru Songs and No. 12 on Chile Songs. It also debuts on a trio of U.S.-based Latin charts, at No. 3 on Latin Rhythm Digital Song Sales, No. 5 on Latin Digital Song Sales and No. 22 on the multi-metric Hot Latin Songs list.