Daddy Yankee Collects 24th Top 10 on Latin Airplay Chart With ‘Dura’
Daddy Yankee collects his 24th top 10 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated Feb. 24), as "Dura" surges 18-9 in its third week on the list. Yankee now ties Marc Anthony for sixth place among acts with the…
Daddy Yankee collects his 24th top 10 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated Feb. 24), as “Dura” surges 18-9 in its third week on the list. Yankee now ties Marc Anthony for sixth place among acts with the most top 10s. Ahead of them are Cristian Castro, Marco Antonio Solis (both with 25), Ricky Martin (26), Shakira (29) and Enrique Iglesias (39).
“Dura” vaults up the list with 10.6 million in audience — up 40 percent in the week ending Feb. 18, according to Nielsen Music.
“Dura” is Yankee’s third new top 10 hit on the Latin Airplay chart in 2018, following his featured turns on Wisin’s “Todo Comienza En La Disco” and Romeo Santos’ “Bella y Sensual.” Yankee last notched a new top 10 as a lead artist with “La Rompe Corazones,” his collaboration with Ozuna, which reached No. 6 on July 22, 2017.
On the Latin Rhythm Songs airplay chart, the track rises 11-6, marking his record-extending 41st top 10. On the Latin Pop Songs airplay tally, it climbs 15-12.
On the Hot Latin Songs chart — which blends airplay, sales and streams — the song lifts 5-4 in its fourth week on the list. It takes the Greatest Gainer/Digital honor, rising 2 percent to 6,000 downloads sold in the week ending Feb. 15. It rebounds 3-2, its peak, on Latin Digital Song Sales.
Finally, on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, “Dura” jumps 81-61 in its second chart week.
Romeo Santos’ ‘Sobredosis’ Keeps Moving: Over on the Tropical Songs airplay chart, Romeo Santos’ “Sobredosis,” featuring Ozuna, ascends 10-4 in its ninth week on the list. It jumps 82 percent in audience, to 4.3 million. It’s Santos’ 15th top 10 and Ozuna’s third.
On Latin Airplay, the track debuts at No. 36 — Santos’ 24th entry, and Ozuna’s 16th.
On the Tropical Songs chart, “Sobredosis” is Santos’ fourth top 10-charting hit from his Golden album. It follows “Heroe Favorito” (No. 1 on Tropical Songs for eight weeks), “Imitadora” (No. 1 for 10 weeks) and “Bella y Sensual” (No. 1 for five weeks).