Maluma's 'Mala Mia' Hits No. 1 on Latin Airplay, Latin Pop Songs & Latin Rhythm Airplay Charts


Plus, DJ Snake & Selena Gomez rating first high 10 on Latin Airplay.

As Maluma’s “Mala Mia” climbs 7-1 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated Nov. 10; 14.9 million viewers impressions within the week ending Nov. four, up 54 %, in line with Nielsen Music), the monitor additionally climbs 9-1 on Latin Pop Airplay and 6-1 on Latin Rhythm Airplay. It’s the second time in 2018 that Maluma has led all three lists on the similar time, after “Clandestino,” with Shakira, hit No. 1 on Sept. 29.

“I’m grateful to God, my household and followers for being there for me and sharing this dream with me,” Maluma tells Billboard. “Also grateful for my producers and co-writers who’re a part of this dream.”

“Mala Mia” marks Maluma’s 11th No. 1 on Latin Airplay and fifth of 2018. Over on Hot Latin Songs — which blends airplay, digital tune gross sales and streaming exercise — the monitor rises 17-9, turning into his tenth high 10.


Maluma continues to make waves within the high 10 on Latin Airplay, as his collaboration with Reik, “Amigos Con Derechos,” ascends 12-9 (9.three million viewers, up 15 %). It’s the 12th high 10 for Maluma and fourth for Reik.

This is the sixth week in 2018 that Maluma has positioned a pair of songs within the high 10 concurrently. For two weeks (May 19, May 26) he was within the high 10 with "El Prestamo" and "Corazon," with Nego do Borel. Then, on July 28, Aug. four and Aug. 11, he was within the high 10 with each "El Prestamo" and thru his featured function on Prince Royce's "El Clavo."

DJ Snake & Selena Gomez Notch First Latin Airplay Top 10: Elsewhere on Latin Airplay, DJ Snake’s “Taki Taki,” that includes Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B, enters the highest 10 in its fourth week. It climbs 13-Eight with 9.three million in viewers (up 18 %).

Both Snake and Gomez decide up their first high 10. While Snake has landed within the high 25 (“Lean On” with Major Lazer, that includes Mo, in 2015), Gomez’s highest rating previous to “Taki” was a high 45 in 2013 (“Come & Get It" peaked at No. 41.)

Meanwhile, Ozuna clocks a 12th high 10 and Cardi B her fourth.