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Tiago PZK, LIT Killah, Nicki Nicole & Maria Becerra’s ‘Entre Nosotros’ Adds 11th Week Atop Billboard Argentina Hot 100 Chart

Lali's "Disciplina" starts at No. 34.

Tiago PZK, LIT Killah, Nicki Nicole and Maria Becerra hold strong atop the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart (dated Jan. 29) as “Entre Nosotros” (remix) comes in at No. 1 for its 11th week. It becomes the title with fifth-most weeks at the summit, trailing four other titles which have ruled for 12 weeks or more.

Let’s take a look at the titles with the most weeks at No. 1 since the chart launched in 2018:

Weeks at No. 1, Title, Artist

  • 25, “Tusa,” Karol G & Nicki Minaj/li>
  • 13, “Otro Trago,” Sech, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna & Anuel AA
  • 12, “Hawai,” Maluma & The Weeknd
  • 12, “Calma,” Pedro Capo X Farruko
  • 11, “Entre Nosotros,” Tiago pzk, LIT killa, Nicki Nicole & Maria Becerra

TINI and L-Gante’s “Bar” ranks at No. 2 for a fourth consecutive survey after its seven-week reign. Bizarrap and Tiago PZK’s “BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 48” holds at its No. 3 high for a fourth week. FMK and Maria Becerra’s “Tranquila” rises 10-4, the highest ranking on the tally for the Argentinean trap singer, while Trueno’s “Dance Crip” falls 4-5.


Two titles hit top 10 on the 100-deep tally: As Emilia and Rusherking’s “De Enero a Diciembre” climbs 11-8, it gifts both acts their fourth top 10. Meanwhile, Rauw Alejandro and Chencho Corleone each add a new career top 10 as “Desesperados” races 26-9.

R Jota, Perro Primo and El Noba’s “Yendo No, Llegando” takes home the Greatest Gainer trophy as the song surges 46-22.

The Hot Shot Debut (for highest newly charting song of the week) goes to Lali’s “Disciplina” starts at No. 34.

Elsewhere, seven other titles debut, all below the top 40: Marama and Luciano Pereyra’s “Aunque Te Enamores” at No. 41, “Buenos Dias” by Wisin and Camilo at No. 44, “No Puede Ser,” the team-up by Mau y Ricky and Eladio Carrion’s joins at No. 54, The Weeknd’s “Sacrifice” at No. 65, CNCO’s “Party, Humo Y Alcohol” opens at No. 73, Sebasitán Yatra’s “Amor Pasajero” bows at No. 81, and Venezuelan Fabro scores his first entry as “Suelta, Sola y Tranquila”, feat MYA, opens at No. 86.