Emilia, Big One & Callejero Fino Earn First No. 1 on Billboard Argentina Hot 100 Chart
The song sends Luck Ra's "Ya No Vuelvas," featuring La K'Onga and Ke Personajes, to No. 4 after its one week on top.
Emilia, Big One and Callejero Fino’s “En La Intimidad” ascends to No. 1, after two weeks in the top 10, on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart (dated Feb. 25). The song was released Feb. 1 through Fifty One. The song sends Luck Ra’s “Ya No Vuelvas,” featuring La K’Onga and Ke Personajes, to No. 4 after its one week on top.
It’s the first champ for Emilia, Big One and Callejero Fino, who have all reached the top 10 in the past before with at least one song. For Big One, the new leader arrives after he scored his first top 10 with first entry “Perfecta,” with Rusherking and Dread Mar (No. 6 high), last October.
Emilia, meanwhile, secured the No. 2-peaking “Cuatro Veinte” in April 2022. It became her only entry as a soloist, unaccompanied by another act, to reach the upper tier among her eight total top 10s.
As Callejero Fino claims his first No. 1 with “En La Intimidad,” it bests “Tu Turrito,” with Rei, which peaked at No. 3 last August.
Further, Bizarrap and Shakira’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53″ climbs 3-2, while TINI, La Joaqui and Steve Aoki’s “Muñecas” ascends 4-3. Plus, Bm’s “M.A (Mejores Amigos)” holds at No. 5 for a second week.
The week’s Greatest Gainer honors goes to Tini’s “Cupido,” which rockets up the chart 52-6, the biggest jump within the first two months of 2023. Plus, the Argentinian adds two new entries to her Billboard Argentina career count, a total of 30, as “Las Jordans” and “Te Pido” open at No. 53 and No. 58, respectively. Both songs stem from her latest Cupido album which debuts at No. 8 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart (dated March 11).
Elsewhere, Duki’s “Si Me Sobrara El Tiempo” scores the Hot Shot Debut of the week with a No. 27 start.
Lastly, three other songs debut this week, starting with Milo J’s “Rara Vez” at No. 61, following with Marama and Rodrigo Tapari’s “Dame un Besito” at No. 67, while Marc Anthony’s clocks his third chart entry as “La Fórmula,” with Maluma bows at No. 79.