Reik Scores First No. 1 on Latin Airplay Chart With 'Me Niego' Featuring Ozuna & Wisin


The track also earns Reik its first Billboard Hot 100 chart entry.

Mexican trio Reik earns its first No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated May 26) with “Me Niego,” featuring Ozuna and Wisin, as the song leaps 4-1 in its 13th week.

The single earned 19.5 million in Latin radio audience impressions (up 35 percent) in the tracking week ending May 20, according to Nielsen Music. The track also launches at No. 47 on the all-genre Radio Songs chart.

The track also scores Wisin his 12th solo No. 1 on Latin Airplay (he’s tallied an additional 11 as one-half Wisin & Yandel), and Ozuna his third.

“Me Niego” is Reik’s third top 10 on Latin Airplay, dating back to their debut entry in 2005. The trio previously reached the region in 2009 with “Inolvidable” (No. 3 peak) and “Ya Me Entere,” featuring Nicky Jam, in 2016 (No. 3).

“Me Niego,” which was released on Feb. 16  Sony Music Latin, concurrently rises to No. 1 on the Latin Pop Songs and Latin Rhythm Songs airplay charts, earning the group their first No. 1 on both tallies.

The track is also notable in that it earns Reik its first entry on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, as it debuts at No. 77, after charting 16 previous entries on the Hot Latin Songs chart. The track is Ozuna’s sixth visit to the Hot 100 and Wisin’s fourth. 

Speaking Hot Latin Songs -- which, like the Hot 100, blends airplay, sales and streams -- “Me Niego” rises 8-6 and earns the week’s Greatest Gainer honors in Airplay and Streaming. In the week ending May 17, "Mi Niego" sold 2,000 downloads (down 5 percent) and earned 7.1 million streams (up 9 percent).

"Te Bote" Bumps to No. 1: Lastly, "Te Bote" — by Casper Magico, Nio Garcia, Nicky Jam, Ozuna, and Bad Bunny — rules Hot Latin Songs, climbing 4-1 in its fourth week on the list. The track's rise is powered by its big airplay gain, as it jumps 25 percent in audience impressions to 8.2 million. It also climbs to No. 1 on the Latin Streaming Songs chart (15.2 million, though down 2 percent) and rises 3-2 on Latin Digital Song Sales (5,000; down 6 percent).

The track is the first Hot Latin Songs No. 1 for Magico, Garcia, Darell, Ozuna and Bad Bunny, and the fourth for Nicky Jam.

Concurrently, the song lifts 41-30 on the Hot 100, earning all six acts their first top 40 hit.