It’s the second No. 1 for Natti, who secured her first leader in April 2012 through her featured role in Don Omar’s “Dutty Love.” Romeo, meanwhile, breaks away from a three-way tie with Elvis Crespo and Gilberto Santa Rosa for the fourth-most leaders, as he now stands alone with 15 No. 1s.
“Mejor” rules with 21 million in audience (a 21% gain) earned in the week ending Oct. 20, according to Nielsen Music, and moves 18-12 on the Latin Airplay chart.
On Hot Latin Songs, which blends airplay, streaming data and digital sales, “Versión” holds steady at No. 10 for a second week. Further, it continues its ascent on Latin Streaming Songs (18-16) despite a 1% decline in streams for the week.
Elsewhere, Los Tucanes de Tijuana nab their 34th top 10 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart with “Ranchero Y Medio” as the song climbs 12-10. It’s the norteño group’s fourth-most record-extending 34th top 10 overall since the chart’s inception in 1985.
The Mario Quintero-fronted group last visited the tally’s top region in 2014 when “Soy Parrandero” peaked at No. 7.
“Ranchero” also sees progress on other Latin charts as it surges 36-28 on the Latin Airplay list thanks to a 25% increase in audience impressions (to 5 million).