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Luck Ra & Ke Personajes Earn First No. 1 on Billboard Argentina Hot 100 With ‘Ya No Vuelvas’

Plus, Yandel notches his first top 10 with "Yandel 150," with Feid.

Argentinians Luck Ra and Ke Personajes score their first leader on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart, as “Ya No Vuelvas,” with La K’Onga, ascends 2-1 on the Feb. 18-dated ranking.

While Luck Ra bests his previous peak of No. 11 with “Te Mentiría,” with Rusherking (May 2022), Ke Personajes also add new career achievements as two of their total six entries reach new highs: as mentioned, “Ya No Vuelvas” leads the chart, while “Si No Te Tengo/ Angel/ Aquello Que Pasó” peaks at No. 33. The group also scores two new debuts on the current chart: “Otro Día Más,” featuring La Contra, at No. 93 and “Adiós Amor, Oye Mujer” at No. 99. Meanwhile, the song is the second leader for Argentinian trio La K’onga after “Universo Paralelo,” featuring Nahuel Pensi, ruled for one week in March 2022.


Back in the top 10, as “Ya No Vuelvas” takes the lead, it sends Bizarrap and Shakira’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53″ to the runner-up slot after four consecutive weeks in charge.

Big One and Callejero Fino claim their highest ranking as “En La Intimidad,” with Emilia, rallies 9-2 in its third week. Plus, TINI, La Joaqui and Steve Aoki’s “Muñecas” dips 3-4, and BM’s “M.A (Mejores Amigos)” jumps 6-5. Further, Lil Cake and Migrantes’ “Mercho” featuring Nico Vadi, climbs 10-6, while Yandel notches his first top 10 as “Yandel 150,” with Feid, climbs 13-10.

The Greatest Gainer honors of the week goes to Luck Ra, La T Y La M and Rusherking’s “Quiero Creer” with a 38-13 surge.

TINI’s “Cupido” takes the week’s Hot Shot Debut at No. 52. She adds a 28th career entry, the third-most for a female act behind Maria Becerra’s 38 total entries and and Karol G’s 29. Among all acts, Bad Bunny continues in the lead with 55 entries on his account.

Finally, three other songs debut this week, starting with Karol G and Romeo Santos’ “X Si Volvemos” at No. 65, Alan Gomez, Callejero Fino, Javiielo, and Julianno Sosa’s “Mío No Tuyo” at No. 88, and Quevedo’s “Wanda” at No. 90.