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Cazzu & Santa Fe Klan Notch First No. 1 on Regional Mexican Airplay Chart With Los Angeles Azules Collab

"Tú y Tú" marks Los Ángeles Azules' first champ since 2019.

Cazzu and Santa Fe Klan check off a career milestone, each scoring their first No. 1 on Billboard’s Regional Mexican Airplay chart as “Tú y Tú,” with Los Ángeles Azules, rises 3-1 to lead the May 20-dated survey. The new leader yields both Cazzu and Santa Fe Klan’s first champ in their maiden chart appearance.

“Tú y Tú,” released via SeiTrack/Disa/UMLE on March 10, takes over Regional Mexican Airplay in its eighth week after a 28% boost in audience impressions, to 8.5 million, earned in the U.S. during the May 5-11 tracking week, according to Luminate.


As “Tú y Tú” rises to the top of the ranking, Argentinian Cazzu and Mexican Santa Fe Klan become the first artists to claim a No. 1 in their maiden chart performance among the nine tracks that have crowned Regional Mexican Airplay in 2023. The last artist to pick up a first No. 1 in a first attempt was Mario Bautista, as “Brindo” with Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga led for one week on June 11, 2022. Previously, Eden Muñoz completed the deed with “Chale!” (May 21, 2022).

“Tú y Tú” ascends 3-1 and sends Grupo Marca Registrada and Grupo Frontera’s “Di Que Sí” to No. 6 after its three-week domination, with a 39% dip in audience (to 5.2 million).

“Tú” also brings Los Ángeles Azules back to No. 1. The cumbia sonidera ensemble last ranked first through the three-week ruler “Nunca Es Suficiente,” with Natalia Lafourcade, in early 2019. In between, the group collected five top 10s, including the No. 2-peaking “Amor a Primera Vista,” with Belinda and Lao Ebratt, featuring Horacio Palencia, in August 2019.

Elsewhere, “Tú” continues its progress on the all-genre Latin Airplay chart, reaching its No. 5 high.

Christian Nodal’s 18th Top 10: Back on Regional Mexican Airplay, Christian Nodal cracks the top 10 barrier as “Un Cumbión Dolido” rallies 24-4.

With a 131% bump in audience impressions, to 5.6 million, earned during the same tracking week, “Un Cumbión” takes the Greatest Gainer honors of the week. Thanks to the radio support, Nodal picks up his 18th top 10, the fourth-most among regional Mexican soloists, trailing only Marco Antonio Solis’ 30 top 10s and Gerardo Ortiz and Vicente Fernandez’s 24.

“Cumbión” likewise climbs to a new peak on Latin Airplay, ascending 37-13.