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DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz’s All-Star ‘Sensualidad’ Debuts in Top 10 on Hot Latin Songs

DJ Luian and songwriters/producers Mambo Kingz score their highest charting single yet on the Hot Latin Songs chart, as "Sensualidad," featuring the all-star lineup of Bad Bunny, J Balvin and Prince…

DJ Luian and songwriters/producers Mambo Kingz score their highest charting single yet on the Hot Latin Songs chart, as “Sensualidad,” featuring the all-star lineup of Bad Bunny, J Balvin and Prince Royce, debuts at No. 10 on the chart dated Nov. 25.

The song, which was released on Nov. 2, debuts on the list largely from its streaming activity: 4.3 million streams in the week ending Nov. 9, according to Nielsen Music. It also starts at No. 10 on the Latin Streaming Songs chart. Concurrently, the song opens at No. 3 on Latin Digital Song Sales (4,000).

Of Mambo Kingz’s three previous entries (all with DJ Luian), its highest ranking was No. 20-peaking “Tu No Vive Asi” in January. That was also DJ Luian‘s high-water mark until this week.

“Sensualidad” earns J Balvin his sixth top 10, Bad Bunny his fourth and the second for Prince Royce. Bad Bunny has seven concurrently charting titles on the Hot Latin Songs chart and has notched 14 titles on the list in 2017, the second-most of any act behind Ozuna, who has charted 19.


Further, the song’s music video has collected over 63 million YouTube views globally, through Nov. 14, since its posting on Nov. 2.

Maluma & Nego do Borel Debut: Elsewhere on Hot Latin Songs, Maluma and Brazilian funk singer Nego do Borel’s “Corazon” debuts at No. 26, powered mostly by streams (1.4 million). It also starts with 1 million in Latin audience and 3,000 downloads sold (No. 5 on Latin Digital Song Sales).

T3R Elemento Arrive: Regional Mexican band T3R Elemento make their album charts debut as  Underground debuts at No. 2 on the Regional Mexican Albums chart and at No. 13 on the Top Latin Albums chart.

Underground bows with 2,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Nov. 9, driven mostly by streams (1.85 million on-demand audio streams for the album’s songs during the tracking week). The bulk of those clicks were powered by two of the set’s songs: “Rafa Caro” (which falls from its No. 39 peak on Hot Latin Songs to No. 43) and “Fire Up.”