“La Sinverguenza,” the pair-up between Christian Nodal and Banda MS, earns each act a new career top 10 as their latest collaboration lifts 12-6 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart (dated Nov. 6) and becomes the survey’s greatest gainer of the week.
The song enters the list’s top 10 thanks to a 52% gain in audience impressions, to 5 million, earned in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 31, according to MRC Data. With the rise of the song, Nodal scores his 14th top 10 while Banda MS picks up its 30th top 10 among 38 career appearances, the sixth-most alongside Marco Antonio Solis.
Here’s a recap of the artists with the most Regional Mexican Airplay top 10s:
44, Los Tigres del Norte
41, Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga
35, Los Tucanes de Tijuana
33, La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho
30, Marco Antonio Solis
30, Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga
29, Calibre 50
Notably, Nodal has sent 14 of his 16 chart entries to the upper tier on Regional Mexican Airplay, 12 of which have spent at least one week at No. 1, including two seven-week leaders. “Sinverguenza” follows the No. 6-peaking “Botella Tras Botella,” with Gera MX. It also became the first regional Mexican song to secure an entrance on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart since its inception in 1958 (No. 60, May 8 ranking).
“Sinverguenza” concurrently pushes up Latin Airplay with a 34-13 climb in its fourth week and enters the top 30 on the all-metric Hot Latin Songs chart (a blend of airplay, digital sales and streaming data).
Back on Latin Airplay, Maluma’s “Sobrio” hits No. 1 and earns the Colombian his 21st win. The song takes the lead assisted by a 56% gain in audience impressions, to 10 million, with New York’s WSKQ, WPAT and WQBU driving the biggest boost for the tracking week.
“Sobrio” meanwhile, dips 13-14 on Hot Latin Songs with a 2% decline in streams (2.3 million U.S. clicks) earned in the week ending Oct. 28 and a 7% drop in sales (292 downloads).