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Chart Highlights: Enrique Iglesias’ ‘Loco’ Launches At No. 1 On Latin Airplay

"Loco" marks Iglesias' record third No. 1 bow. Plus, Kylie Minogue scores her seventh consecutive leader on Dance/Club Play Songs, Eminem bows with "Berzerk" and Paul McCartney debuts on Adult…

Chart Highlights offers a sneak peek at a select group of Billboard charts every Monday. Find out the top songs, Greatest Gainers and debuts on the surveys listed below.

All our charts are refreshed on and Billboardbiz every Thursday and appear in the next issue of Billboard magazine.

Pop Songs
*** No. 1 (9 weeks)*** “Blurred Lines” Robin Thicke Featuring T.I. + Pharrell
Greatest Gainer No. 13 “Wake Me Up!” Avicii
Debut No. 32 “Berzerk” Eminem
Debut No. 38 “This Is What It Feels Like” Armin van Buuren Featuring Trevor Guthrie
Debut No. 40 “Made In The USA” Demi Lovato

Adult Contemporary
*** No. 1 (2 weeks)*** “Gone, Gone, Gone” Phillip Phillips
Greatest Gainer No. 11 “Blurred Lines” Robin Thicke Featuring T.I. + Pharrell
Debut No. 29 “True Love” P!nk Featuring Lily Allen
Debut No. 30 “New” Paul McCartney

Adult Pop Songs
*** No. 1 (4 weeks)*** “Blurred Lines” Robin Thicke Featuring T.I. + Pharrell
Greatest Gainer No. 18 “Royals” Lorde
Debut No. 31 “Summertime Sadness” Lana Del Rey & Cedric Gervais
Debut No. 32 “Wake Me Up!” Avicii
Debut No. 38 “Sweater Weather” The Neighbourhood
Debut No. 39 “Demons” Imagine Dragons
Debut No. 40 “We Can’t Stop” Miley Cyrus

Dance/Club Play Songs
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** “Skirt” Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue tallies her 10th Dance/Club Play Songs No. 1, as “Skirt” hikes 2-1. It’s her seventh consecutive leader dating to “All the Lovers” in 2010. While she scored her first mainstream U.S. success in 1988 with “I Should Be So Lucky” and “The Loco-Motion,” which reached Nos. 28 and 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 (and Nos. 10 and 12 on Dance/Club Play Songs), respectively, she didn’t first top Dance/Club Play Songs until 2002 with “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.” Minogue is reportedly working on her 12th studio album, with collaborators including Jay Z, Sia and Pharell Williams.

Greatest Gainer No. 19 “Applause” Lady Gaga
Debut No. 37 “Lose Yourself To Dance” Daft Punk Featuring Pharrell Williams
Debut No. 46 “$$$ex” Vanessa Hudgens Vs. YLA
Debut No. 50 “Nothing Really Matters” tyDi Featuring Melanie Fontana

R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay
*** No. 1 (7 weeks)*** “Blurred Lines” Robin Thicke Featuring T.I. + Pharrell
Greatest Gainer No. 8 “Hold On, We’re Going Home” Drake Featuring Majid Jordan
Debut No. 34 “Hurt You” Toni Braxton & Babyface
Debut No. 38 “Red Nose” Sage The Gemini
Debut No. 47 “Collard Greens” ScHoolboy Q Featuring Kendrick Lamar

Rap Airplay
*** No. 1 (2 weeks)*** “Holy Grail” Jay Z Featuring Justin Timberlake
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 19 “Berzerk” Eminem
Debut No. 23 “Honest” Future

Rock Airplay
*** No. 1 (3 weeks)*** “Royals” Lorde
Debut No. 49 “Bleed Out” Blue October
Greatest Gainer “Doin’ It Right” Daft Punk Featuring Panda Bear

Alternative Songs
*** No. 1 (4 weeks)*** “Royals” Lorde
Greatest Gainer No. 12 “Come A Little Closer” Cage The Elephant
Debut No. 37 “Unbelievers” Vampire Weekend
Debut No. 38 “Bleed Out” Blue October
Debut No. 40 “The Phoenix” Fall Out Boy

Country Airplay
*** No. 1 (2 weeks)*** “Little Bit Of Everything” Keith Urban
Greatest Gainer No. 5 “Night Train” Jason Aldean
Debut No. 57 “Slow Me Down” Sara Evans
Debut No. 58 “Wherever Love Goes” Kristy Lee Cook With Randy Houser
Debut No. 59 “Slip On By” Austin Webb

Latin Airplay   
*** No. 1 (1 week)***/Debut/Greatest Gainer “Loco” Enrique Iglesias Featuring Romeo Santos

Enrique Iglesias blasts onto Latin Airplay at No. 1 with the bachcata track “Loco,” featuring Romeo Santos. Dating to the chart’s Nov. 12, 1994, inception, it’s just the 12th song to launch at the summit. It’s also Iglesias’ record-breaking third No. 1 start on the tally, following his chart-topping bows with “Enamorado Por Primera Vez” and “Solo En Ti,” both in 1997. (Iglesias passes Mana, who’s scored two No. 1 entrances.) Santos makes his seond arrival at No. 1; his “You” began on top the week of May 28, 2011. “Loco,” which concurrently debuts at No. 3 on Latin Pop Songs and No. 4 on Tropical Songs, previews Iglesias’ forthcoming bilingual album. His current English-language single, “Turn Up the Night,” meanwhile, bullets at No. 23 on Pop Songs.

Debut No. 43 “Un Viejo Amor” N’Klabe
Debut No. 48 “Sin Ti” Samo

Regional Mexican Songs
*** No. 1 (9 weeks)*** “El Ruido de Tus Zapatos” La Arrolladora Banda el Limon de Rene Camacho
Debut No. 32 “Tres Semanas” Marco Antonio Solis
Debut No. 33 “A Mi Modo” Los Huracanes del Norte
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 35 “Vas A Llorar Por Mi” Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizarraga
Debut No. 39 “Fecha De Caducudad” Grupo Montez de Durango

Latin Pop Songs
*** No. 1 (1 week)*** “Darte Un Beso” Prince Royce
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 3 “Loco” Enrique Iglesias Featuring Romeo Santos
Debut No. 36 “Safe And Sound” Capital Cities

Tropical Songs
*** No. 1 (5 weeks)*** “Darte Un Beso” Prince Royce
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 4 “Loco” Enrique Iglesias Featuring Romeo Santos
Debut No. 27 “Otra Noche” Kent & Tony
Debut No. 29 “Cada Vez Que Te Vas” J’Martin

Christian Songs
*** No. 1 (16 weeks)*** “Hello, My Name Is” Matthew West
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 29 “The Struggle” Tenth Avenue North
Debut No. 44 “Unashamed Of You” Chris August
Debut No. 50 “Rise” Trent Monk

Gospel Songs
*** No. 1 (5 weeks)*** “Every Praise” Hezekiah Walker
Debut/Greatest Gainer No. 19 “Sunday Kind Of Love” Israel Houghton Featuring PJ Morton, Nikki Ross & Aaron Lindsey
Debut No. 30 “Hosanna” Norman Hutchins

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