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TINI Leads Billboard Argentina Hot 100 With ‘La Triple T’

Plus, Bad Bunny debuts nine songs, led by "Ojitos Lindos" at No. 19.

TINI scores her third No. 1 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart as “La Triple T” flies 53-1 on the ranking dated May 14. It’s the biggest jump to the top since her own “Miénteme,” with Maria Becerra, rocketed up the chart 75-1 on the May 8, 2021-dated list. It’s the Argentinian’s first champ as a soloist, unaccompanied by any other act.

“La Triple T” dethrones Paulo Londra and Bizarrap’s “Paulo Londra: BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 23,” from its two-week reign.

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Karol G adds a second title to the upper tier as “Provenza” lifts 25-9. One spot below, “Mamiii,” with Becky G, holds at No. 10 for a third week.

The Hot Shot Debut of the week goes to Bad Bunny, as “Ojitos Lindos,” with Bomba Estéreo, starts at No. 19. It’s the first career entry for the Colombian ensemble. Meanwhile, Bad Bunny, who places a total of 12 simultaneous titles on the chart, nine out of those, debuts from his Billboard 200 leader Un Verano Sin Ti, scores a new milestone. The Puerto Rican ties with J Balvin for the most career entries since the chart launched in 2018, both with 48 total entries on their account.

Further, Bad Bunny takes the Greatest Gainer honor of the week as “Me Porto Bonito,” with Chencho Corleone, surges 90-31.

As previously mentioned, Bad Bunny debuts nine songs. Let’s take a look at his scoreboard:

No. 11, “Moscow Mule”
No. 19, “Ojitos Lindos,” with Bomba Estereo (debut)
No. 31, “Me Porto Bonito,” with Chencho Corleone
No. 45, “Party,” with Rauw Alejandro (debut)
No, 52, “Tarot,” with Jhay Cortez (debut)
No. 55, “Titi Me Preguntó” (debut)
No. 50,  “Después de La Playa” (debut)
No. 63, “Un Ratito” (debut)
No. 66, “X Última Vez,” with Daddy Yankee
No. 68, “Yo Noy Soy Celoso” (debut)
No. 76, “Me Fui de Vacaciones” (debut)
No. 92, “Dos Mil 16” (debut)

Other debuts include Tirri La Roca and Brisa La Roca’s “Frontea” at No. 67; Rei’s “Tu Turrito” at No. 83; Polima Westcoast & Pailita, who both score their first entry thanks to “Ultra Solo” at No. 90, and Lizzo, who also makes her first appearance with “About Damn Time” at No. 100.