As Ozuna and Wisin’s “Gistro Amarillo” hikes 16-8 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated Oct. 31), Ozuna expands his career top 10s to 25 and ties with Cristian Castro and Marc Anthony for the seventh-most in the 26-year history of the chart; Wisin earns his 21st.
“Gistro Amarillo” pushes up the chart thanks to its 33% gain in audience impressions, to 7.2 million, earned in the week ending Oct. 25, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
The tune is the second single from Enoc, Ozuna’s fourth studio album, which arrived at No. 1 on Top Latin Albums (chart-dated Sept. 19).
“Gistro” earns Wisin his first Latin Airplay top 10 of the year. He last secured a spot in the top tier over a year ago when “Si Me Das Tu Amor,” with Carlos Vives, peaked at No. 1 in August 2019.
Ozuna, meanwhile has led the tally twice this year through “Mamacita,” his collaboration with the Black Eyed Peas and J. Rey Soul (June 20-dated list), and with his own “Caramelo,” with Karol G and Myke Towers (three-week No. 1 tune starting Aug. 15-dated chart).
The added boost on Latin Airplay prompts an increase on Hot Latin Songs, which blends airplay, streams and digital songs. The song climbs 10 spots (38-28) and takes home the Greatest Gainer/Airplay trophy.
Calibre 50 Advances: Over on Regional Mexican Airplay, Calibre 50 earns its 26th top 10 as “Te Volvería Elegir” lifts 16-10. The song advances with 3 million in audience impressions, up 29%, earned in the week ending Oct. 25.
Notably, out of Calibre 50’s 36 Regional Mexican Airplay chart entries, 26 have secured a spot in the top 10. Out of those, eight arrived in 2020, five of which hit No. 1.
“Te Volvería a Elegir” also enjoys presence on Hot Latin Songs as the song bows at No. 44 on the current chart.