DJ Snake nabs his first No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart, as "Taki Taki," that includes Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B, climbs 2-1 on the Dec. Eight-dated chart. It's additionally the primary chief for Gomez, the eighth for Ozuna and third for Cardi B.
The track ascends with a 14 p.c elevate in viewers, rising to 14.53 million viewers impressions within the week ending Dec. 2, in keeping with Nielsen Music.
DJ Snake beforehand peaked at No. 22 along with his first chart entry, “Lean On,” his 2015 collaboration with Major and Mø. Gomez first entered the chart in 2013 with “Come & Get It,” and "Taki Taki" marks her first rating in Latin Airplay’s high 40.
The rise earns Cardi B her third chart topper and the eighth for Ozuna, Seven of his No. 1s have arrived in 2018.
Notably, DJ Snake is the first European DJ/producer to guide the Latin Airplay chart in 2018. He's additionally the primary DJ/producer to be No. 1 in a lead function on a monitor since Willy William -- one other DJ/producer of French descent -- topped the checklist with "Mi Gente." The latter, credited to J Balvin and Willy William (and that includes Beyoncé on a preferred remix), was No. 1 for 12 nonconsecutive weeks between Sept. 16 and Dec. 16, 2017.
Sebastian Yatra, Mau & Ricky Hit Top 10: Over on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart, Sebastian Yatra’s “Ya No Tiene Novio,” his first collaboration with brothers Mau & Ricky, lifts 11-9 because of a 21 p.c increase in viewers (to 9.1 million)
The monitor is Yatra’s second to achieve the tier, after “Sutra,” additionally a collaboration, that includes Dalmata, peaked at No. 7 (March 31- dated chart.)
The transfer earns Mau & Ricky their first high 10 on the tally. The Venezuelan duo’s first chart entry, “Mi Mala,” a collaboration with Karol G, ranked within the high 25 for six weeks.
6ix9ine Debuts: Meanwhile, on the Hot Latin Songs chart, 6ix9ine debuts at No. 11 with “MALA” that includes Anuel AA. The track follows 6ix9ine’s earlier hit, the chart-topping “BEBE,” additionally that includes Anuel AA (No. 1 for one week, Sept. 15).
The new monitor enters the checklist totally on the power of streams. It earned 5 million U.S. clicks within the week ending Nov. 29, which grants him a high 10 debut on the Latin Streaming Songs tally, opening at No. 9.
Jose Feliciano Returns: Lastly, Jose Feliciano’s seasonal favourite “Feliz Navidad” climbs Latin Streaming Songs (14-5) and Latin Digital Song Sales (Eight-Three) as we march in the direction of Christmas.
The tune, launched in 1970, tallied 7.49 million streams within the week ending Nov. 29 (up 79 p.c) and bought Three,000 downloads (up 75 p.c).