Manuel Turizo earns his second No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart as “Sola” speeds up the chart, rising 7-1 in its eighth frame on the March 9 ranking. The song, his first solo No. 1, rises with a hefty 44 percent in audience impressions earned in the week ending March 3 (rising to 14.73 million), according to Nielsen Music.
“Sola” follows Turizo’s first No. 1 on the tally, “Vaina Loca,” a collaboration with Ozuna, which crowned the chart for two weeks in October of 2018. “Sola” is Turizo’s third top 10, all of which have occurred in the past year. His first chart entry, via featured role on Piso 21’s “Déjala Que Vuelva,” earned him his first top 10 (peaking at No. 8 on the March 24, 2018-dated chart).
Elsewhere on Latin Airplay, Calibre 50 captures its 15th top 10 as “Por Qué Cambiaste de Opinion?” bumps 11-9, rising to 8.63 million in audience (up 2 percent). It’s the norteño band’s eight top 10 in a row and is the third single from the album Mitad y Mitad.
Ozuna’s Sweet 16th: Meanwhile, over on the Hot Latin Songs chart, which blends airplay, digital sales, and streaming activity, where “Sola” rises 27-17 and “Por Qué” dips 19-27, Ozuna scores his 16th top 10 with “Baila Baila Baila.” The song is his second top 10 of the year, following “Imposible” with Luis Fonsi, which peaked at No. 9 on the Feb. 16-dated tally.
The newer track -the first single from Ozuna’s upcoming third studio album- shoots 17-10, advancing mostly on the strength of streams and airplay. On Latin Airplay, “Baila” bolts 40-27 with 4.45 million in audience (up 31 percent).
Natti Natasha’s First Solo Top 10: Lastly, over on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart, Natti Natasha picks up her eighth top 10 as “Me Gusta,” second single of debut album illumiNATTI, glides 14-10 thanks to a 7 percent boost in audience (to 7 million). The tune, which is Natti’s first entry as an unaccompanied solo act, arrives four months after she logged her previous top 10: “Justicia” with Silvestre Dangond, a one-week ruler (Nov. 3, 2018).
Natti first chart entry on the list came through her featured role on Romeo Santo’s “Dutty Love.” The tune vaulted to the Latin Rhythm Airplay’s summit on March of 2012 and remained at the penthouse for five weeks. Of Natti’s 10 total entries, four were tracks in which she was featured on, five were equal-billed collaborations between her and one other artist, and then one track — “Me Gusta” — is her sole entry all by herself.