List of Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart achievements and milestones

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The Billboard Hot Latin Songs is a record chart in the United States for Latin singles, published weekly by Billboard magazine since September 6, 1986. The chart's methodology was only based on airplay from its inception until October 11, 2012, when Billboard updated its methodology to a multi-metric system, including sales of digital downloads and streaming activity in addition to airplay.[1]

As of the issue dated July 28, 2018, the chart has had 430 different number-one hits, while 165 artists have reached number one (as a lead or a featured act). Enrique Iglesias has the most number-one hit singles, with 27 between 1995 and 2016; Luis Miguel has the most top 10 songs, with 39 between 1987 and 2005; and Los Tigres del Norte has the most chart entries, with 66 between 1987 and 2015. "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber is the longest-reigning song at number one, with 56 non-consecutive weeks from February 2017 to September 2018, while "Propuesta Indecente" by Romeo Santos has the longest run on the chart, with 125 total weeks from August 2013 to December 2015.

"Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber is the chart's best-performing song of all-time as of September 2018, while Enrique Iglesias is the best-performing artist as of October 2016.

All-Time Hot Latin Songs achievements (1986–2016)[edit]

In 2011, for the 25th anniversary of Hot Latin Songs, Billboard magazine compiled a ranking of the 25 best-performing songs on the chart over its 25 years, along with the best-performing artists.[2] Billboard has stated that "due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted differently to account for chart turnover rates over various periods."[3] The rankings were revised in 2016.[4]

Top 15 songs of All-Time (1986–2018)[edit]

The chart's best-performing songs of all-time list are as of September 15, 2018.[3][5]

Rank Song Artist(s) Year released Weeks at No. 1 Weeks in top 10 Total weeks Ref.
1. "Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber 2017 56 86 86 [6][7]
2. "Propuesta Indecente" Romeo Santos 2013 4 124 125 [8][9]
3. "A Puro Dolor" Son by Four 2000 20 54 61 [10][11]
4. "Mi Gente" J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé 2017 12 56 56 [12][13]
5. "Si Tú Supieras" Alejandro Fernández 1997 6 36 42 [14][15]
6. "Chantaje" Shakira featuring Maluma 2016 11 47 47 [16][17]
7. "La Tortura" Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz 2005 25 40 45 [18][19]
8. "Te Quiero" Flex 2007 20 46 52 [20][21]
9. "No Me Doy Por Vencido" Luis Fonsi 2008 19 42 49 [22][23]
10. "El Perdón" Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias 2015 30 56 58 [24][25]
11. "Bailando" Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona 2014 41 49 53 [26][27]
12. "Hasta El Amanecer" Nicky Jam 2016 18 56 57 [28][29]
13. "Me Enamora" Juanes 2007 20 36 38 [30][31]
14. "Abrázame Muy Fuerte" Juan Gabriel 2001 9 39 45 [32][33]
15. "Ay Amor" Ana Gabriel 1987 14 30 41 [34][35]

Top 15 artists of All-Time (1986–2016)[edit]

Rank Artist Biggest number-one Ref.
1. Enrique Iglesias "El Perdón" (Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias) (2015)[3] [36]
2. Luis Miguel "Ahora Te Puedes Marchar" (1987)[37]
3. Cristian Castro "Amor" (1995)[3]
4. Chayanne "Y Tú Te Vas" (2002)[3]
5. Marco Antonio Solís "Más Que Tu Amigo" (2003)[38]
6. Ana Gabriel "Ay Amor" (1987)[3]
7. Alejandro Fernández "Si Tú Supieras" (1997)[3]
8. Ricky Martin "Tu Recuerdo" (Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres) (2006)[39]
9. Ricardo Montaner "La Cima del Cielo" (1989)[40]
10. Selena "No Me Queda Más" (1994)[3]
11. Marc Anthony "Vivir Mi Vida" (2013)[3]
12. Juan Gabriel "Abrázame Muy Fuerte" (2001)[3]
13. Gloria Estefan "Hoy" (2003)[41]
14. Vicente Fernández "El Último Beso" (2008)[42]
15. Shakira "Chantaje" (2016)[3]
  • The biggest number-one listed by each artist reflects its overall performance on the Hot Latin Songs chart, as calculated by Billboard, and may not necessarily be the single which spent the most weeks at number one for the artist, such as Enrique Iglesias' duet with Nicky Jam, "El Perdón" (30 weeks at number one, compared to 41 for "Bailando"), Luis Miguel's "Ahora Te Puedes Marchar" (three weeks at number one, compared to eight for "Tengo Todo Excepto a Ti"), Alejandro Fernández's "Si Tú Supieras" (six weeks at number one, compared to eight for "No Sé Olvidar"), Ricky Martin's "Tu Recuerdo" (three weeks at number one, compared to 11 for "Tal Vez"), Ricardo Montaner's "La Cima del Cielo" (two weeks at number one, compared to nine for "Castillo Azul"), and Selena's "No Me Queda Más" (seven weeks at number one, compared to 10 for "Tú Sólo Tú").

Artists with most songs on Billboard's Top 50 Latin songs of All-Time (1986–2016)[edit]

Number of
songs
Artist Songs (ranking) Ref.
5 Enrique Iglesias "El Perdón" (7), "Bailando" (8), "Cuando Me Enamoro" (24), "Si Tú Te Vas" (42), "Dímelo" (50) [4][36]
4 Juan Gabriel "Abrázame Muy Fuerte" (10), "Te Sigo Amando" (17), "Así Fue" (34), "Hasta Que Te Conocí" (44)
3 Ana Gabriel "Ay Amor" (11), "A Pesar de Todos" (48), "Es Demasiado Tarde" (49)
Selena "No Me Queda Más" (13), "Fotos y Recuerdos" (29), "Amor Prohibido" (46)
Daddy Yankee "Rompe" (30), "Limbo" (37), "Mayor Que Yo" (40)
Wisin & Yandel "Mayor Que Yo" (40), "Algo Me Gusta de Ti" (41), "Rakata" (47)
2 Romeo Santos "Propuesta Indecente" (1), "Odio" (27)
Shakira "La Tortura" (4), "Suerte" (12)
Juanes "Me Enamora" (9), "La Camisa Negra" (32)
Marc Anthony "Vivir Mi Vida" (16), "Dímelo" (38)
Don Omar "Danza Kuduro" (19), "Ella y Yo" (36)
Prince Royce "Darte Un Beso" (21), "Corazón Sin Cara" (31)
Cristian Castro "Por Amarte Así" (33), "Amor" (45)

Song milestones[edit]

Most weeks at number one[edit]

Songs with at least 10 weeks at number one on Hot Latin Songs
Number of
weeks
Song Artist(s) Year(s) Ref.
56 "Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber[a] 2017–18 [6][44][45]
41 "Bailando" Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona 2014–15 [26][46]
30 "El Perdón" Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias 2015 [24]
25 "La Tortura" Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz 2005 [18]
22 "Ginza" J Balvin 2015–16 [47]
20 "A Puro Dolor" Son by Four 2000 [10]
"Me Enamora" Juanes 2007 [30]
"Te Quiero" Flex 2008 [20]
19 "No Me Doy Por Vencido" Luis Fonsi 2008–09 [22]
18 "Hasta El Amanecer" Nicky Jam 2016 [28]
17 "Cuando Me Enamoro" Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra 2010 [48]
"Vivir Mi Vida" Marc Anthony 2013–14 [49]
16 "Qué Te Pasa" Yuri 1988 [50]
"Mía" Bad Bunny featuring Drake 2018–19 [51]
15 "Rompe" Daddy Yankee 2005–06 [52]
"Danza Kuduro" Don Omar featuring Lucenzo 2010–11 [53]
"Limbo" Daddy Yankee 2013 [54]
14 "De Mí Enamórate" Daniela Romo 1986–87 [55]
"Ay Amor" Ana Gabriel 1988 [34]
"Duele El Corazón" Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin 2016 [56]
"Algo Me Gusta de Ti" Wisin & Yandel featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain 2012–13 [57]
"Darte Un Beso" Prince Royce 2013–14 [58]
"Te Boté" Casper Mágico, Nío García, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna, and Bad Bunny 2018 [59]
"Con Calma" Daddy Yankee and Katy Perry featuring Snow 2019 [60]
13 "Lo Mejor de Tu Vida" Julio Iglesias 1987 [61]
"Quítame Ese Hombre" Pilar Montenegro 2002 [62]
"Odio" Romeo Santos featuring Drake 2014 [63]
"Taki Taki" DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna, and Cardi B 2018–19 [64]
12 "Enamorado Por Primera Vez" Enrique Iglesias 1997 [65]
"Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor" Juanes 2004 [66]
"Mi Gente" J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé 2017–18 [12]
11 "Amor" Cristian Castro 1996 [67]
"Tal Vez" Ricky Martin 2003 [68]
"Dímelo" Enrique Iglesias 2007 [69]
"Chantaje" Shakira featuring Maluma 2016–17 [70]
10 "Como Tu Mujer" Rocío Durcal 1988–89 [71]
"Como Tú" José José 1989 [72]
"Es Demasiado Tarde" Ana Gabriel 1990–91 [73]
"Todo, Todo, Todo" Daniela Romo 1991 [74]
"Cosas del Amor" Vikki Carr and Ana Gabriel 1991 [75]
"Evidencias" Ana Gabriel 1992 [76]
"Tú Solo Tú" Selena 1995 [77]
"Qué Pena Me Das" Marco Antonio Solís 1996 [78]
"Solo En Ti" Enrique Iglesias 1997 [79]
"Promise" Romeo Santos featuring Usher 2011 [80]
"Ai Se Eu Te Pego" Michel Teló 2012 [81]

Most total weeks on Hot Latin Songs[edit]

Songs with at least 53 total weeks on Hot Latin Songs[82]
Number of
weeks
Song Artist(s) Year(s) Ref.
125 "Propuesta Indecente" Romeo Santos 2013–15 [4][8][83]
110 "Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber 2017–19 [6]
62 "Incondicional" Prince Royce 2012–13 [84][85]
61 "A Puro Dolor" Son by Four 2000–01 [10]
60 "Mi Corazoncito" Aventura 2007–08 [86]
59 "Amor Confuso" Gerardo Ortíz 2012–13 [87]
58 "El Perdón" Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias 2015–16 [24]
57 "Tu Cárcel" Los Bukis 1987–88 [88]
"Hasta El Amanecer" Nicky Jam 2016–17 [28]
56 "Corazón Sin Cara" Prince Royce 2010–11 [89]
"Mi Gente" J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé 2017–18 [12]
54 "Vivir Mi Vida" Marc Anthony 2013–14 [49]
53 "Bailando" Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona 2014–15 [26]
  • As of December 7, 2013, Billboard's recurrent rule removes any song from the chart if it has fallen below number 25 after spending 20 weeks, below number 10 after 26 weeks, or below number five after 52 weeks.[4][90] The first measure is applied from October 20, 2012 onwards.[91] Previously, descending songs were removed if ranking below number 20 after 20 weeks,[92][93] a rule first applied on December 3, 2005.[94][95]

Number-one debuts[edit]

Artist achievements[edit]

Most number-one singles[edit]

Number of
singles
Artist Span Longest-reigning number-one Ref.
27 Enrique Iglesias 1995–2016 "Bailando" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona) (2014) – 41 weeks [113][114]
16 Luis Miguel 1987–2003 "Tengo Todo Excepto a Ti" (1990) – 8 weeks [37]
15 Gloria Estefan 1989–2012 "En El Jardín" (Alejandro Fernández featuring Gloria Estefan) (1997), "Mi Tierra" (1993) – 6 weeks [41]
11 Ricky Martin 1998–2011 "Tal Vez" (2003) – 11 weeks [39]
Shakira 1998–2016 "La Tortura" (Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz) (2005) – 25 weeks [115]
10 Marco Antonio Solís 1996–2014 "Qué Pena Me Das" (1996) – 10 weeks [38]
Maná 2003–2015 "Labios Compartidos" (2006), "Lluvia al Corazón" (2011) – 8 weeks [116]
Wisin & Yandel 2006–2012 "Algo Me Gusta de Ti" (Wisin & Yandel featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain) (2012) – 14 weeks [117]
9 Chayanne 1989–2007 "Y Tú Te Vas" (2002) – 7 weeks [118]
8 Alejandro Fernández 1997–2010 "No Sé Olvidar" (1998) – 8 weeks [119]
Marc Anthony 1997–2013 "Vivir Mi Vida" (2013) – 17 weeks [120]
Juanes 2003–2012 "Me Enamora" (2007) – 20 weeks [121]

Most cumulative weeks at number one[edit]

Weeks at
number one
Artist Ref.
189 Enrique Iglesias [113]
106 Daddy Yankee [122]
82 Luis Fonsi [123]
66 Nicky Jam [124]
64 Luis Miguel [37]
64 Shakira [115]
56 Ana Gabriel [125]
53 Juanes [121]

Most top 10 singles[edit]

Number of
singles
Artist Span Song with most weeks in the top 10 Ref.
39 Luis Miguel 1987–2005 "Ahora Te Puedes Marchar" (1987) – 24 weeks [37][126]
38 Enrique Iglesias 1995–2018 "El Perdón" (Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias) (2015) – 56 weeks [113][127]
29 Cristian Castro 1992–2009 "Por Amarte Así" (2000) – 32 weeks [128]
Chayanne 1987–2014 "Y Tú Te Vas" (2002) – 33 weeks [118]
Shakira 1996–2018 "Chantaje" (Shakira featuring Maluma) (2016) – 47 weeks [115][129]
Daddy Yankee 2005–2019 "Despacito" (Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber) (2017) – 110 weeks [122]
27 Ricky Martin 1992–2016 "Tu Recuerdo" (Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres) (2006) – 27 weeks [39]
26 Marc Anthony 1994–2018 "Vivir Mi Vida" (2013) – 54 weeks [120]
25 Marco Antonio Solís 1994–2014 "El Perdedor" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Marco Antonio Solís) (2014) – 35 weeks [38]
23 Gloria Estefan 1988–2012 "Hoy" (2003) – 17 weeks [41]
22 Ricardo Montaner 1988–2005 "La Cima del Cielo" (1990) – 16 weeks [40]
Wisin & Yandel 2005–2019 "Algo Me Gusta de Ti" (Wisin & Yandel featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain) (2012) – 40 weeks [117]
21 Ana Gabriel 1987–2002 "Ay Amor" (1987) – 28 weeks [b]

Most Hot Latin Songs entries[edit]

Number of
singles
Artist Span Longest-charting title Ref.
70 Daddy Yankee 2004–2019 "Despacito" (Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber) (2017) – 110 weeks [122]
66 Los Tigres del Norte 1987–2015 "La Sorpresa" (2005) – 26 weeks [132][133]
65 Ozuna 2016–2019 "El Farsante" (Ozuna and Romeo Santos) (2017) – 52 weeks
"Te Boté" (Casper Mágico, Nio García, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna, and Bad Bunny) (2018) – 52 weeks
[134]
59 Bad Bunny 2016–2019 "Te Boté" (Casper Mágico, Nío García, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna, and Bad Bunny) (2018) – 52 weeks [135]
58 Vicente Fernández 1987–2013 "Me Voy A Quitar De En Medio" (1999) – 52 weeks [136]
57 Luis Miguel 1987–2010 "Ahora Te Puedes Marchar" (1987) – 34 weeks [37]
54 Marc Anthony 1993–2019 "Vivir Mi Vida" (2013) – 54 weeks [120]
Intocable 1995–2018 "Sueña" (2002) – 30 weeks [137]
48 Chayanne 1986–2017 "Y Tú Te Vas" (2002) – 39 weeks [118]
J Balvin 2013–2019 "Mi Gente" (J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé) (2017) – 56 weeks [138]
47 Ricky Martin 1992–2018 "Tu Recuerdo" (Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres) (2006) – 35 weeks [39]
45 Alejandro Fernández 1990–2017 "Si Tú Supieras" (1997) – 42 weeks [119]
44 Marco Antonio Solís 1987–2014 "Más Que Tu Amigo" (2004) – 47 weeks [38]
43 Cristian Castro 1992–2013 "Por Amarte Así" (2000) – 47 weeks [128]
42 Juan Luis Guerra 1989–2015 "Cuando Me Enamoro" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra) (2010) – 43 weeks [139]
Enrique Iglesias 1995–2019 "Bailando" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona) (2014) – 53 weeks [113]
Wisin & Yandel 2005–2019 "Algo Me Gusta de Ti" (Wisin & Yandel featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain) (2012) – 52 weeks [117]

Year-End chart[edit]

List of Year-End number-one songs[edit]

Year Song Artist(s) Ref.
1987 "De Mí Enamórate" Daniela Romo [140]
1988 "Ay Amor" Ana Gabriel [141]
1989 "Como Tu Mujer" Rocío Durcal
1990 "El Cariño Es Como Una Flor" Rudy La Scala
1991 "Es Demasiado Tarde" Ana Gabriel
1992 "Evidencias" Ana Gabriel
1993 "Me Estoy Enamorando" La Mafia
1994 "Amor Prohibido" Selena
1995 "No Me Queda Más" Selena
1996 "Un Millón de Rosas" La Mafia
1997 "Te Sigo Amanado" Juan Gabriel
1998 "Así Fue" Juan Gabriel
1999 "Necesito Decirte" Conjunto Primavera [142]
2000 "A Puro Dolor" Son by Four
2001 "Abrázame Muy Fuerte" Juan Gabriel
2002 "Y Tú Te Vas" Chayanne
2003 "Tal Vez" Ricky Martin
2004 "Más Que Tu Amigo" Marco Antonio Solís
2005 "La Tortura" Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz
2006 "Down" R.K.M. & Ken-Y [143]
2007 "Mi Corazoncito" Aventura [144]
2008 "Te Quiero" Flex [145]
2009 "Te Presumo" Banda El Recodo [146]
2010 "Cuando Me Enamoro" Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra [147]
2011 "Corazón Sin Cara" Prince Royce [148]
2012 "Llamada de Mi Ex" La Arrolladora Banda El Limón [149]
2013 "Vivir Mi Vida" Marc Anthony [150]
2014 "Bailando" Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona [151]
2015 "El Perdón" Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias [152]
2016 "Hasta El Amanecer" Nicky Jam [153]
2017 "Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber [154]
2018 [155]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The original version of "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee remained at number one for 12 weeks before the remix version featuring Justin Bieber was combined to the chart entry on May 6, 2017.[43]
  2. ^ Due to a Billboard error, Ana Gabriel's Hot Latin Songs chart history does not count her collaboration with Vikki Carr, "Cosas del Amor", mistakenly crediting them as a duo. Ana Gabriel has seven number-one and 21 top 10 songs, and 38 chart entries.[130][131]

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