Pedro Capo Celebrates First Hot Latin Songs Top 10 With ‘Calma’: ‘I Feel Like I am Living a Dream’


Plus, Los Angeles Azules notch first No. 1 in 18 years on Regional Mexican Songs chart.

Puerto Rican singer Pedro Capo claims his first high 10 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart as “Calma” with Farruko rockets 15-6 on the checklist dated Jan. 26. The tune enters the chart’s high rating in its 15th chart week — three months after Farruko jumped onto the remix of the track.

“I’m tremendous comfortable and grateful with the information of coming into the Hot Latin Song’s high 10 for the primary time!” Capo tells Billboard. “I really feel like I’m dwelling a dream.”

The streaming-powered monitor rises 14-7 on the Latin Streaming Songs chart and earns the week’s Greatest Gainer honor because of its progress of 70 % (7.7 million clicks) earned within the week ending Jan. 17, in line with Nielsen Music.

“Calma” is Capo’s sixth profession entry on the Hot Latin Songs tally, which blends airplay, digital gross sales and streaming exercise. He made his chart debut as a featured act on Thalia’s “Estoy Enamorado” which reached No. 28 in 2010; his highest peak till “Calma.”

For Farruko, the transfer earns him his seventh high 10.

“‘Calma’ for me is what the refrain says: a aid to the soul; it soothed my soul,” Farruko tells Billboard. “I left Puerto Rico with a thorn in my chest and after I heard Pedro’s track for the primary time on the terrace of my home, it transported me to my island. I burst into tears. I instantly referred to as him and supplied to do a remix. It helped me launched all these repressed feelings of longing.”

“Calma” additionally re-enters the Latin Airplay chart at No. 40 after beforehand dropping off the chart for six weeks. The monitor highest peak? No. 35 (Nov. 17, 2018).

Los Angeles Azules’ First No. 1 in Over 18 Years: Meanwhile, Los Angeles Azules clock their first No. 1 -and second overall- on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart as “Nunca Es Suficiente” that includes Natalia Lafourcade, pushes 2-1 with 11.three million in viewers impressions (up 11 %) collected within the week ending Jan. 20.

“Nunca” is the group’s first chief since 2000 when the sextet’s cumbia sonidera hit, “El Listón De Tu Pelo” peaked at No. 1 on the Feb. 5-dated checklist, main for seven weeks.

Since then, Los Angeles went by a sequence of unlucky occasions (ending phrases with label Disa, signing to indie label Discos Musart/Balboa Records and leaving resulting from lack of promotion).

Nonetheless, a sequence of favorable occasions adopted (signing to Ocesa Seitrack, touring round South America, having Justin Bieber show up to their Coachella 2018 performance, and being picked up by Disa once more) which led the best way for the discharge of Esto Sí Es Cumbia, their 27th studio album.

The set stands regular at No. 10 on the Regional Mexican Albums chart for a fourth consecutive week and consists of collaborations by high Latin acts (Ana Torroja, Miguel Bosé, Fito Paez, Pepe Aguilar, Natalia Lafourcade, and extra.)

As “Nunca” rises to the highest, Fourcade earns her first No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart.