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Bizarrap & Residente Unite Atop Billboard Argentina Hot 100 With ‘Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 49’

Their first collaboration earns Residente his first No. 1.

Residente scores his first No. 1 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 as “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 49,” his first collaboration with Argentinian producer Bizarrap, debuts at No. 1 on the March 5-dated survey, two days after the rap song was released via DALE Play Records.

Bizarrap, meanwhile secures his fourth No. 1, all of which have arrived through his lauded music sessions, except for his featured role on Trueno and Nicki Nicole’s “Mamichula,” which also features Tatu and Tatool (four weeks at the lead in August 2020).


The incendiary eight-minute and 39-second-long song is the first Spanish-language diss of its kind, broken down into three chapters that criticize managers who take songwriter credits, digital streaming platform acts and J Balvin, among other heated topics.

The controversial studio session dethrones “Entre Nosotros” by Tiago PZK, LIT Killah, Nicki Nicole & Maria Becerra from its 15-week reign, the second-most just behind Karol G and Nicki Minaj’s “Tusa” (25 weeks at the lead starting the Jan. 22, 2020-dated ranking) and sends it to the runner-up slot.

Elsewhere on the tally, Argentinian band La K’onga lifts 4-3 with “Universo Paralelo,” featuring Nahuel Pennisi. FMK and Maria Becerra’s “Tranquila” drops 4-3, while Rauw Alejandro and Chencho Corleone’s “Desesperados” holds steady at No. 5 for a fifth week.

Meanwhile, Argentine cumbia ensemble La Delio Valdez takes the week’s Greatest Gainer honors as “Inocente” rises 77-50. The song was recorded live at the band’s 10-year anniversary show at Gran Rex theater in Buenos Aires.

Lastly, the chart posts four other debuts, starting with La K’onga’s “Te Mentiría” at No. 14, Argentinian Salastkbron follows with “Turromantiko” at No. 75. Soledad and Natalie Perez’s  “Lágrimas y flores” bows at No. 94, while Argentinians Alejo Isakk, Roldan Emi and Pandora Prod secure their first entry with the No. 95 start of “Bellakeo.”