“Having our song in the most important charts, Latin Airplay, Latin Pop Songs and Latin Rhythm at No. 1, is an achievement that we do not take for granted,” CNCO tells Billboard. “It’s amazing to see the song resonate with music fans across the world, sharing the message of love and joy. We are forever grateful and thankful to our dedicated fans, CNCOwners, for their constant support, and helping to elevate our music to the top of the charts and globally.”
“Se Vuelve” logged 14.7 million in audience impressions (up 19 percent) in the week ending Oct. 21, according to Nielsen Music. They notched their first No. 1 when “Tan Fácil,” their debut hit, darted 8-1 on the May 14, 2016-dated chart.
Out of their seven charted titles, two other songs have gone top 10: “Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos)” (No. 4) and “Hey DJ” (No. 9), both in 2017.
Maluma’s New Top 10: Sliding down the Latin Airplay chart, Maluma ups his career count to 11 top 10s, as his new single, “Mala Mia,” ascends 11-10. The song moves with a three percent boost (to 8.6 million in audience).
As “Mala” hits No. 10, it becomes Maluma’s fifth new top 10 of 2018 (and sixth overall).
“Mala” concurrently moves up on the Hot Latin Songs tally -which blends airplay, digital sales, ad streams- bumping 19-18 also on the strength of streams. It collects 2.5 million U.S. streams, in the week ending Oct. 18. The song, likewise, ascends 9-8 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart and enters the Latin Pop Songs airplay chart’s top 10 for the first time, lifting 15-5.
Julion Alvarez & La Maquinaria Norteña Move: Over on the Regional Mexican Songs airplay chart, two new top 10s decorate the list.
Julion Alvarez y Su Norteña Banda collect their 16th top 10 as “La Sonrisa Obligatoria” lifts 14-8 in its fourth week. The song moves with a 20 percent boost in audience.
Meanwhile, Norteño sextet, La Maquinaria Norteña’s “Amo” vaults at No. 10 thanks to a four percent lift in audience. They previously earned a spot in the chart’s top tier almost a year ago, when “Por Obvias Razones” peaked at No. 9 in 2017.