The song arrives atop the Latin Digital Song Sales chart.
Daddy Yankee nabs his 30th top 10 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated Nov. 2), starting at No. 10 with new single “Que Tire Pa Lante.” He breaks out of a tie for the third-most top 10s in the chart’s history, trailing only Luis Miguel who continues to lead with 39 and Enrique Iglesias, with 38.
The dancehall/reggaetón song, which Yankee premiered at the Latin American Music Awards on Oct. 17, debuts in the top tier mostly from streaming activity. It bows with 4.1 million streams earned in its first week of release (week ending Oct. 24), according to Nielsen Music, and debuts at No. 17 on Latin Streaming Songs.
The song also did well in terms of sales and airplay. It debuts at No. 1 on Latin Digital Song Sales, with 4,000 sold, and enters at No. 24 on Latin Airplay, with 5.3 million in audience.
“QTP” exceeds the Hot Latin Songs chart debut of Yankee’s predecessor unaccompanied by any other artist on Hot Latin Songs, “Hielo.” The stand-alone single started at No. 42 on the June 9, 2018-dated tally with 1.7 million streams collected in its first week.
Produced by DJ Urba y Rome, “QTP” concurrently bows at No. 1 on Latin Digital Song Sales, is is Yankee's third No. 1 of the year on Latin Digital Song Sales following the collaborative efforts “Runaway” and “China” (July 7 and Aug. 3-dated tallies, respectively). It sold 4,000 downloads in its first tracking week which leads way to a No. 34 debut on the all-genre Digital Song Sales chart.