The song follows the Puerto Rican artist’s first Billboard No. 1, “Hasta El Sol De Hoy,” which topped the July 31-dated Tropical Airplay chart. The latter reworks the 1993 Hot Latin Songs top 10 by Edgar Joel and his orchestra with Anthony Colon, Figueroa’s uncle, on lead vocals.
“Si Tú Me Dices” hits the top 10 in its second week on Tropical Airplay, up 44% to 1.2 million audience impressions in the week ending Aug. 29, according to MRC Data.
The pop version of the song concurrently makes its debut on the Latin Pop Airplay chart, arriving at No. 22, Figueroa’s fifth charting title there.
Figueroa scored his first appearance on a Billboard chart just over five years ago, when “Flor Palida” spent a week at No. 16 on Latin Pop Digital Song Sales.