The trilingual monitor marks the most recent profitable cross between the Okay-pop & Latin-pop scenes.
Super Junior and Reik show the facility of cross-genre collaborations by scoring a chart hit along with their new single.
"One More Time," which is sung a principally in Korean and Spanish together with a sprinkling of English, enters a slew of charts this week. Marking their second look on Billboard's Latin charts following their first foray into the scene "Lo Siento" in April, Super Junior "One More Time" debuts at No. 18 on the Latin Digital Song Sales chart and at No. 5 on the Latin Pop Digital Song Sales chart, transferring 1,000 downloads within the week ending Oct. 11, in line with Nielsen Music.
"One More Time" additionally begins at No. four on World Digital Song Sales chart marking the Okay-pop veterans' seventh high 5 entry on the tally.
Recorded in each a collaborative model with the Mexican pop-rock band and in its personal solo model, "One More Time" is the title monitor off the brand new mini-album from Super Junior that additionally features a cowl of "Ahora Te Puedes Marchar," the No. 1 Hot Latin Songs chart smash from Luis Miguel (that's really a reinterpretation of Dusty Springfield's Hot 100 single "I Only Want to Be With You" from 1964) which has turn into a celebration staple in Mexico since its 1987 launch.
All in all, Super Junior teaming with a mainstream Latin hitmaker and recording songs really in Spanish additional proves their dedication to their Latinx fanbase and how they're main the cost on the charts as extra Okay-pop acts embrace recording in Spanish, and touring in Latin and South America.
Watch Super Junior deliver "One More Time" to life, sadly, sans Reik, however fear not: There's hope a reside collaboration will occur prior to later because the band introduced Leslie Grace and Play-N-Skillz on their most up-to-date tour and carried out collectively at KCON New York.