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Bizarrap & Quevedo Add a Second Week Atop Billboard Argentina Hot 100

Plus, Tiago Pzk & Myke Towers' "Traductor" joins at No. 38.

Bizarrap and Quevedo claim a second week atop the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart as “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52” holds the No. 1 spot on the July 23-dated ranking.

It’s the fourth track for Bizarrap to claim at least two weeks at the summit, among a collection of six leaders, dating back to the first through his featured role in Trueno’s “Mamichula,” with Nicki Nicole, which also features Tatu and Tatool.

With “Vol. 52” holding steady in the penthouse for a second week, let’s take a look at the producer’s ranked titles atop the list for two weeks or more:


Weeks at No. 1, Title, Artists (if other than Bizarrap), Peak Date:
4 weeks at No. 1, “Mamichula,” with Trueno & Nicki Nicole, featuring Taiu & Tatool, August 1, 2020
7 weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol .38,” with L-Gante, March 20, 2021,
2 weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 23,” with Paulo Londra, April 30, 2022 (debuted)
2 weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52,” with Quevedo, July 16, 2022

Meanwhile, the Greatest Gainer of the week goes to Manuel Turizo’s “La Bachata,” which surges 32 rankings, from No. 69 to No. 37 in its fifth week.

Elsewhere, Tiago Pzk and Myke Towers score the Hot Shot Debut of the week as “Traductor” opens at No. 38. The song, which is part of the Argentinian’s debut album Portales via Warner Music Latina, earns Towers his first entry in almost a year. The Puerto Rican last visited the tally with “Almas Gemelas” in August 2021 (No. 5 high).

Two rankings below, Duki’s “Givenchy” debuts at No. 40. With 31 career entries, the Argentinian rapper enters a tie with Bizarrap for the sixth-most entries since the list’s inception in 2018. Here’s a recap of the scoreboard:

53, Bad Bunny
48, J Balvin
34, Anuel AA
33, Rauw Alejandro
32, Ozuna
31, Bizarrap
31, Duki

Further, Venezuelan Andrés Vicente Lazo, known for his stage name Lasso, earns his first chart entry thanks to the No. 82 debut of “Ojos Marrones.”​​

Lastly, Soledad and MYA up their career chart entries with the No. 89 start of their latest collaboration “Yo No Te Pido la Luna,” a tropical version of Daniela Romo’s ’80s hit that did not enter the charts.