Ozuna’s ‘Amor Genuino’ Hits Top 10 On Hot Latin Songs Chart
Ozuna picks up his 18th top 10 on the Hot Latin Songs chart as "Amor Genuino" jumps 13-8 on the June 22-dated ranking.
Ozuna picks up his 18th top 10 on the Hot Latin Songs chart as “Amor Genuino” jumps 13-8 on the June 22-dated ranking.
The song enters the top 10 in just its second week. It’s the third song to rise into the top 10 in just two weeks in 2019, following a pair of Bad Bunny’s tracks: “Ni Bien Ni Mal” (Jan. 12) and “Solo De Mi” (Jan. 5).
Despite a 21% drop in digital sales, “Amor” hikes up the list, thanks to a 64% increase in streams as it logged 8.71 million U.S. streams in the week ending June 13, according to Nielsen Music. The song concurrently moves to a new No. 4 Latin Streaming Songs high (rising 13-4), granting Ozuna also his 18th top 10 on the list.
“Amor Genuino” is the second single from Ozuna’s third studio album Niburu slated for summer release. It follows “Baila Baila Baila,” a former No. 3 peaking track which holds steady in the top 10 of the Hot Latin Songs chart for a 16th consecutive week.
As “Amor” moves to the chart’s top tier, Ozuna now places four songs in the top 10: his featured role in DJ Snake’s “Taki Taki,” which also featured Selena Gomez and Cardi B at No. 6, “Te Robaré” with Nicky Jam (No. 7), “Amor Genuino” (No. 8), and “Baila Baila Baila” with Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Farruko, and Anuel AA (No. 9).
Meanwhile, a third song from Nibiru debuts on the Hot Latin Songs chart which blends airplay, digital sales, and streaming activity: “Te Soñé de Nuevo” arrives at No. 27.
Banda Sinaloense MS’s 21st Top 10: Elsewhere, Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga zooms up the Regional Mexican Songs airplay chart with “Por Mi No Te Detengas,” as the song climbs 23-10 in its fourth frame.
“Por Mi” advances with a 53% increase in audience impressions gathered in the week ending June 16 (to 4 million). It earns Banda MS its 21st top 10 on the chart and its 18th straight top 10 dating back to 2012, when “Mi Olvido” peaked at No. 9 (June 16, 2012).
The song is the third single of Con Todas Las Fueras, which debuted at No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Albums chart and at No. 5 on the Top Latin Albums chart dated Sept. 29, 2018.