The hits collection, also available in CD + DVD format, includes memorable tracks spanning the band’s last 20 years. Intocable is tied for the record for most chart-topping songs on Regional Mexican Airplay (16), along with Conjunto Primavera. XX Aniversario includes several of its past crowning tracks, including “Sueno,” the longest running No. 1 (13 weeks). The new release gives Intocable its 14th No. 1 on Regional Mexican Albums, where it remains the third best-charting group following Los Tigres Del Norte (23 No. 1s) and Los Temerarios (15).
Don Omar’s New No. 1: Over on Latin Airplay, Don Omar scores his seventh No. 1 hit as “Soledad” jumps 5-1 in its 14th week on the chart. The single, from his upcoming album The Last Don 2, jumped 33 percent on the audience-based chart to 9.8 million impressions, according to Nielsen. It’s the first No. 1 for the urban Puerto Rican star since “Dutty Love” topped the list for nine weeks in 2013. Digital sales of the song grow 3 percent (to 1,000 downloads), aiding in a 15-11 ascent on Hot Latin Songs. Omar’s forthcoming full-length set is reportedly finished and awaiting an official release date. Reggaeton heavyweights Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderon and Plan B are among the many acts confirmed to have collaborated on the set.
Christian Daniel’s First No. 1: Latin Pop Airplay greets a new No. 1 as Christian Daniel rises 3-1 with “Me Vuelvo Un Cobarde,” earning his first No. 1 on the chart. The ballad climbs 14 percent on the plays-based chart, with the singer’s native Puerto Rico championing the track with 37 percent of overall plays during the tracking week ending Feb. 1. “Cobarde” reaches a new peak on Hot Latin Songs, hopping 21-19 in its seventh week. The jump is aided by 1,000 downloads of the track (a 14 percent increase). The track appears on Daniel’s latest release, Renacer (EP), released December 9th.