The track collected 13.5 million audience impressions in the week ending July 21 (up 25%), according to Nielsen Music. The Chris Jeday and Gaby Music-produced track and first single off Jam’s forthcoming eighth studio album, also leads the Latin Rhythm Airplay list with a matching 4-1 sprint.
On Latin Airplay, “Te Robaré” bests the Puerto Ricans’ last collaboration, “Te Boté,” alongside Casper Mágico, Nio García, Darell and Bad Bunny. It peaked at No. 2 on Sept. 8, 2018. (Jam and Ozuna notched another hit before that, with the No. 7-peaking “Bonita” in 2017 with J Balvin, Jowell & Randy and Yandel.)
“Te Robaré” hits No. 1 almost a year after Jam’s last No. 1 on the tally: his featured role on Karol G’s “Mi Cama,” with J Balvin, landed atop the Aug. 25, 2018-dated list.
On the Hot Latin Songs chart, which blends airplay, digital sales, and streams, “Te Robaré” regains its top 10 position bumping 11-10 after a two-week run outside the top tier.
Ozuna Dreams High: Meanwhile, Ozuna secures another top 10 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart as “Te Soñé De Nuevo” travels 15-10. The song earns 6.3 million in audience (up 17%) in the week ending July 21.
With the move, Ozuna ups his career count to 21 top 10s; a mark he now shares with Yandel tying for the sixth-most top 10s since the chart’s inception in Aug. of 2005.
The song lifts with a 47% upgrade in audience in the week (rising to 5.1 million) capturing the ranking’s weekly Greatest Gainer honor.