Latin Pop Airplay

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Latin Pop Airplay (also referred to as Latin Pop Songs) is a record chart published on Billboard magazine. The chart focuses on Latin pop music. It was established by the magazine on October 8, 1994 with Mañana by Cristian Castro being the first song to reach number one.[1] This chart features only singles or tracks and like most Billboard charts, is based on airplay; the radio charts are compiled using information tracked by from Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems (BDS), which electronically monitors radio stations in more than 140 markets across the United States. The audience charts cross-reference BDS data with listener information compiled by the Arbitron ratings system to determine the approximate number of audience impressions made for plays in each daypart.[2] With the issue dated August 15, 2020, Billboard revamped the chart to reflect overall airplay of Latin pop music on Latin radio stations. Instead of ranking songs being played on Latin-pop stations, rankings will be determined by the amount of airplay Latin-pop songs receive on stations that play Latin music regardless of genre.[3]

Records[edit]

Enrique Iglesias has the most number-one songs, with 24 between 1996 and 2020.
"No Me Doy por Vencido" by Luis Fonsi (pictured) is the longest-running number one song with 30 weeks

Artists with the most number-one hits[edit]

Number of singles Artist Span Longest-reigning number-one Ref
24 Enrique Iglesias 1996–2020 "Bailando" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona) (2014) – 27 weeks [4]
19 Shakira 1996–2018 "Suerte" (2001) – 14 weeks [5]
14 Maná 1995–2015 "Si No Te Hubieras Ido" (2008) – 18 weeks [6]
J Balvin 2015–2020 "Ginza" (2015) – 25 weeks [7]
11 Ricky Martin 1998–2016 "Tal Vez" (2003), "Tu Recuerdo" (Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres) (2006) – 13 weeks [8]
Cristian Castro 1994–2005 "Vuélveme a Querer" (1995) – 14 weeks [9]
Juanes 2002–2019 "Me Enamora" (2007) – 13 weeks [10]
10 Luis Miguel 1994–2003 "Cómo Duele" (2002) – 8 weeks [11]
Ricardo Arjona 2000–2012 "Desnuda" (2000), "El Problema" (2002) – 12 weeks [12]

Artists with the most top-ten hits[edit]

Number of singles Artist Span Song with most weeks in the top 10 Ref
42 Enrique Iglesias 1996–2020 [13]
38 Ricardo Arjona 1994–2020 [14]
37 Shakira 1996–2020 [15]
30 Cristian Castro 1994–2010 [16]
29 Luis Miguel 1994–2010 [17]
28 Daddy Yankee 2005–2020 [18]
Chayanne 1994–2017 [19]
Juanes [20]

Artists with the most entries[edit]

Number of singles Artist Span Longest-charting title Ref
53 Daddy Yankee 2005–2020 [21]
52 Ricky Martin 1995–2020 [22]
47 Shakira 1996–2020 [23]
46 Enrique Iglesias 1996–2019 [24]
44 Ricardo Arjona 1994–2017 [25]
41 J Balvin 2013–2020 [26]
40 Cristian Castro 1994–2017 [27]
Luis Fonsi [28]
39 Maná 1995–2019 [29]
38 Chayanne 1994–2017 [30]

Top-ten songs of all-time (1994–2017)[edit]

In 2017, Billboard magazine compiled a ranking of the 20 best-performing songs on the chart since its inception in 1994. The chart is based on the most number of weeks the song spent on top of the chart. For songs with the same number of weeks at number one, they are ranked by the most weeks in the top ten, followed by most total weeks on the chart.[31]

Rank Single Artist(s) Peak year Peak and duration Ref.
1. "No Me Doy por Vencido" Luis Fonsi 2008 #1 for 30 weeks [31]
2. "Bailando" Enrique Iglesias featuring Gente de Zona and Descemer Bueno 2014 #1 for 27 weeks
3. "Ginza" J Balvin 2015 #1 for 25 weeks
4. "Me Enamora" Juanes 2007 #1 for 21 weeks
5. "Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor" Juanes 2004 #1 for 20 weeks
6. "A Puro Dolor" Son by Four 2000 #1 for 19 weeks
7. "Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber 2017 #1 for 18 weeks
8. "Si No Te Hubieras Ido" Maná 2008 #1 for 18 weeks
9. "Y Tú Te Vas" Chayanne 2002 #1 for 18 weeks
10. "El Perdón" Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias 2015 #1 for 14 weeks

Songs with the most weeks at number one[edit]

Year Single Performer(s) Weeks at #1 Ref
2008 "No Me Doy por Vencido" Luis Fonsi 30 [32]
2014 "Bailando" Enrique Iglesias featuring Gente de Zona and Descemer Bueno 27
2015 "Ginza" J Balvin 25
2007 "Me Enamora" Juanes 21
2004 "Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor" Juanes 20
2000 "A Puro Dolor" Son by Four 19
2017 "Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber 18
2008 "Si No Te Hubieras Ido" Maná 18
2002 "Y Tú Te Vas" Chayanne 18
2019 "Con Calma" Daddy Yankee and Katy Perry featuring Snow 16
2020 "Tusa" Karol G and Nicki Minaj 15
2015 "El Perdón" Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias 14
2001 "Suerte" Shakira 14
1995 "Vuélveme a Querer" Cristian Castro 14
2013 "Loco" Enrique Iglesias featuring Romeo Santos 13
2013 "Algo Me Gusta de Ti" Wisin & Yandel featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain 13
2006 "Tu Recuerdo" Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres 13
2004 "Te Quise Tanto" Paulina Rubio 13
2003 "Tal Vez" Ricky Martin 13
2018 "X" Nicky Jam and J Balvin 12
2016 "La Bicicleta" Carlos Vives and Shakira 12
2007 "Dímelo" Enrique Iglesias 12
2002 "El Problema" Ricardo Arjona 12
2001 "Azul" Cristian Castro 12
2000 "Desnuda" Ricardo Arjona 12

Number-one debuts[edit]

Single Performer Date Ref
"Tal Vez" Ricky Martin April 12, 2003 [33][34]

Year-end Latin Pop Airplay number ones[edit]

Year Artist Song
1995[35] Myriam Hernández "Ese Hombre"
1996[36] Enrique Iglesias "Por Amarte"
1997[37] Luis Miguel "Por Debajo de la Mesa"
1998[38] Ricky Martin "Vuelve"
1999[38] Chayanne "Dejaría Todo"
2000[39] Son by Four "A Puro Dolor"
2001[40] Juan Gabriel "Abrázame Muy Fuerte"
2002[41] Chayanne "Y Tu Te Vas"
2003[42] Ricky Martin "Tal Vez"
2004[43] Chayanne "Cuidarte el Alma"
2005[44] Juanes "La Camisa Negra"
2006[45] Maná "Labios Compartidos"
2007[46] La 5a Estacion "Me Muero"
2008[47] Maná "Si No Te Hubieras Ido"
2009[48] Luis Fonsi featuring David Bisbal, Aleks Syntek, and Noel Schajris "Aquí Estoy Yo"
2010[49] Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra "Cuando Me Enamoro"
2011[50] Don Omar featuring Lucenzo "Danza Kuduro"
2012[51] Michel Teló "Ai Se Eu Te Pego"
2013[52] Daddy Yankee "Limbo"
2014[53] Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona "Bailando"
2015[54] Nicky Jam featuring Enrique Iglesias "El Perdón"

See also[edit]

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