Plus, ‘Yo x Ti, Tú x Mi’ and ‘Adicto’ hit the top 5 on the Latin Digital Song Sales chart.
Ozuna scores his 13th No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated Sept. 7) as “Te Soñé De Nuevo” pushes 5-1 in its 11th frame.
The sixth single off Nibiru bullets at its high of No. 1 with a 24% boost in audience impressions (to 13.4 million) earned in the week ending Sept. 1, according to Nielsen Music.
With the move, Ozuna now ties with Daddy Yankee, Maluma and Wisin & Yandel for the fifth-most chart leaders on the tally which began 1994. Enrique Iglesias continues to lead with 30 No. 1s, followed by Ricky Martin and Romeo Santos, both with 17, Carlos Vives, J Balvin, and Wisin (15), and Shakira (14).
“Te Soñé” is the second song of his forthcoming album to land at the penthouse of the Latin Airplay chart. “Baila Baila Baila, “ his collaboration with Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Farruko and Anuel AA snagged the crown for one week on the May 11-dated tally.
“Te Soñé” also reaches a new peak on Latin Rhythm Airplay as it travels up the list with and exact 5-1 move.
Rosalia, Ozuna, Tainy and Anuel AA Arrive: Over on Latin Digital Song Sales, two new songs rack up a spot in the list’s top 5 and both sport Ozuna.
After a No. 2 debut on the Aug. 31-dated chart, Rosalia and Ozuna’s “Yo x Ti, Tú x Mi” bows at No. 1 on the current chart week. Meanwhile, “Adicto” by Tainy, Anuel AA and Ozuna lands at No. 2.
“Yo x Ti, Tú x Mi’s” coronation arrives a week after Rosalia and Ozuna’s live performance of the song at the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 26. Their first collaboration advances with a 7% percent gain in sales (a little over 2,000 downloads sold) in the week ending Aug. 29. The move scores Rosalia her first No. 1 and Ozuna his fifth.
Additionally, Rosalia secures a second top 10 in the current chart week: her collaboration with J Balvin and El Guincho, flies 17-8 thanks to lofty 128% increase in downloads sold.
One spot below “Yo x Ti” on Latin Digital Song Sales, “Adicto,” the Tainy-Anuel-Ozuna collaboration debuts at No. 2 with 2,000 downloads sold. The sales sum also sparks a No. 12 debut on Hot Latin Songs. Concurrently “Adicto” starts at No. 9 on Latin Streaming Songs (6.73 million streams registered).