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La Adictiva & Luis R. Conriquez Unite Atop Regional Mexican Airplay Chart With ‘JGL’

The track marks the first No. 1 for Conriquez.

La Adictiva and Luis R. Conriquez unite atop Billboard’s Regional Mexican Airplay chart (dated Sept. 10) as “JGL” hits No. 1 after spending four weeks in the top 10.

“JGL” rises 6-1 boosted by a 50% increase in audience impressions, to 6.6 million, earned in the U.S. in the week ending Sept. 4, according to Luminate. The song was released Feb. 18 via Anval.

In addition to earning each of its credited acts a new No. 1, the new champ also gifts the label its ninth chart topper and first after it took over atop Regional Mexican Airplay for four weeks in Dec. 2021, also through a La Adictiva track: “Ya Solo Eres Mi Ex.”


With the move, La Adictiva claims its 11th champ dating back to its first and longest leading title “Te Amo y Te Amo” in 2011 (nine weeks at No. 1). Conriquez, meanwhile, achieves his first No. 1 in his sixth appearance and after two earlier top 10s. His maiden entry, “El Buho,” peaked at No. 6 in Sept. 2021, while his collaborative turn on Giovanny Ayala’s “Quien Se Apunta,” reached No. 7 on the Aug. 13-dated tally.

Here’s a recap of the regional Mexican groups with the most leaders on Regional Mexican Airplay since its inception in 1994:

  • 22, Calibre 50
  • 18, Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga
  • 18, Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga
  • 17, Intocable
  • 16, Conjunto Primavera
  • 16, La Arrolladora Banda el Limón de Rene Camacho
  • 16, Los Tigres del Norte
  • 11, La Adictiva Banda San José de Mesillas
  • 8, Los Tucanes de Tijuana

Elsewhere, “JGL” rallies 20-8 on the all-genre Latin Airplay chart. It’s La Adictiva’s 13th top 10 and Conriquez his first in his third chart appearance.