List of Latin songs on the Billboard Hot 100

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Latin music in the United States is defined by both the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and Billboard magazine as any release with 51% or more of its content recorded in Spanish.[1][2][a] The best performing Latin songs in the United States are compiled by Billboard since September 1986. The magazine had already a major overall songs chart titled Hot 100 since August 1958. Since 2007, the chart tracks digital sales, streaming figures and radio airplay.[5] Prior to that, the Hot 100 only measured the latter format.

Ritchie Valens' cover version of La Bamba became the first Spanish-language song to enter the Hot 100 after its debut on January 3, 1959.[6][7][8] "Guantanamera" by The Sandpipers became the first predominantly Spanish-language song to reach the top ten of the chart in September 1966.[9] "Eres Tú" by Mocedades is credited as the first completely-Spanish-language song to reach the top ten of the chart after peaking at number nine on March 23, 1974, a milestone that was replied 44 years later by Bad Bunny's "Mía" featuring Drake, which also holds the record for the highest debut for a Spanish-language song after entering at number five on October 27, 2018.[10] As of October 2017, only three primarily Spanish-language songs had topped the Billboard Hot 100: "La Bamba" by Los Lobos in 1987, "Macarena" by Los del Río in 1996, and "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber in 2017.[11]

In June 2017, following the number one peak of "Despacito" in the Hot 100, Philip Bump of The Washington Post related the increasing success of Spanish-language songs in the United States since 2004 with the growth of its Spanish-speaking population, highlighting an improve from 4.9% in 1980 to 11.5% in 2015.[12] In January 2018, Leila Cobo of Billboard related the success of "Despacito" and the increase of music consumption via streaming to the rise of predominantly Spanish-language songs charting on the Hot 100.[13]

Latin entries on the Hot 100[edit]

"Eres Tú" by Spanish group Mocedades (pictured) is credited as the first completely-Spanish-language song to reach the top 10 of the Hot 100.
"La Bamba" by American band Los Lobos (pictured) became the first primarily-Spanish-language song to peak at the top position of the chart.
"Despacito" by Luis Fonsi (pictured) and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber spent a record-tying 16 weeks at number one in 2017.
Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias (top), American singer Romeo Santos (middle) and Puerto Rican singer Ozuna (bottom) achieved nine Spanish-language entries on the Hot 100 each.
Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee achieved five Spanish-language top 50 songs on the chart.

As of the week ending March 9, 2019, 104 Spanish-language and two Portuguese-language songs have entered the Hot 100 chart, most of them in 2017, with 18 debuts; followed by 2018, with 16; 2006, with 13; and 2005, with seven. 33 Latin songs have debuted on the chart during the 2000s decade, a figure that increased during the 2010s decade to 63 singles. Only 10 Latin tracks have entered the Hot 100 between 1959 and 1999.

A total of 29 singles have ranked within the top 50, of which only 15 reached the top 25, seven managed to reach the top 10 and three have peaked at number one. From the 77 songs that have ranked within the bottom half of the chart, 30 have peaked between numbers 90 and 100, 21 did so between numbers 80 and 89, and 27 did so between numbers 51 and 79.

22 tracks have had a chart run of 20 or more weeks, of which only two remained on the Hot 100 for more than 50 weeks. 21 songs have had a chart run that ranged between 10 and 19 weeks, while 21 tracks remained on the list for between five and nine weeks. 44 of the Hot 100's Latin entries charted for less than five weeks, of which 25 had only one week on the chart.

Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias, American singer Romeo Santos and Puerto Rican singer Ozuna are the Latin artists with the most Spanish-language entries on the chart, with nine each. Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee achieved three and five top 25 and top 50 Spanish-language singles, respectively, the most by any artist.

dagger Indicates that the song is still charting within the Hot 100 (as of the issue dated March 9, 2019)
Song Performer(s) Debut Peak Weeks Ref.
"La Bamba" Ritchie Valens January 3, 1959 22 15 [6]
"Guantanamera" The Sandpipers July 30, 1966 9 11 [14]
"Oye Cómo Va" Santana February 20, 1971 13 10 [15]
"Eres Tú"[b] Mocedades January 12, 1974 9 17 [17]
"La Bamba" Los Lobos June 27, 1987 1 21 [18]
"Lambada" Kaoma March 3, 1990 46 12 [19]
"Macarena" (Bayside Boys Mix)[c] Los del Río September 2, 1995 1 60 [21]
"María" Ricky Martin July 20, 1996 88 14 [22]
"No Tengo Dinero" Los Umbrellos August 30, 1997 42 27 [23]
"Suavemente" Elvis Crespo November 21, 1998 84 2 [24]
"No Me Dejes de Querer" Gloria Estefan June 10, 2000 77 1 [25]
"La Bomba" Azul Azul April 7, 2001 70 20 [26]
"Quítame Ese Hombre" Pilar Montenegro May 25, 2002 74 13 [27]
"Tal Vez" Ricky Martin May 31, 2003 74 8 [28]
"Culo" Pitbull featuring Lil Jon April 24, 2004 32 20 [29]
"Oye Mi Canto" N.O.R.E. featuring Gem Star & Big Mato, Nina Sky, and Daddy Yankee August 28, 2004 12 22 [30]
"Gasolina" Daddy Yankee November 13, 2004 32 20 [31]
"Perdidos" Monchy & Alexandra December 25, 2004 92 7 [32]
"La Camisa Negra" Juanes April 9, 2005 89 13 [33]
"La Tortura" Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz May 7, 2005 23 31 [34]
"Nada Es Para Siempre" Luis Fonsi August 27, 2005 90 1 [35]
"Rompe" Daddy Yankee December 3, 2005 24 28 [36]
"Rakata" Wisin & Yandel December 10, 2005 85 5 [37]
"Ella y Yo" Aventura featuring Don Omar December 17, 2005 97 1 [38]
"Amor Eterno" Cristian Castro December 25, 2005 78 1 [39]
"Llamé Pa' Verte" Wisin & Yandel April 8, 2006 100 1 [40]
"Lo Que Me Gusta A Mí" Juanes April 15, 2006 94 1 [41]
"Lo Que Son Las Cosas" Anaís April 15, 2006 79 3 [42]
"Down" R.K.M. & Ken-Y June 24, 2006 90 3 [43]
"Angelito" Don Omar June 24, 2006 93 4 [44]
"Labios Compartidos" Maná August 5, 2006 82 3 [45]
"Ni Una Sola Palabra" Paulina Rubio September 30, 2006 98 2 [46]
"Tu Amor" RBD November 4, 2006 65 8 [47]
"Tengo Un Amor" Toby Love featuring R.K.M. & Ken-Y November 18, 2006 100 1 [48]
"A La Primera Persona" Alejandro Sanz November 25, 2006 100 1 [49]
"Ay Chico (Lengua Afuera)" Pitbull December 9, 2006 92 6 [50]
"Ser o Parecer" RBD December 16, 2006 84 1 [51]
"Tu Recuerdo" Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres December 16, 2006 89 2 [52]
"Qué Hiciste" Jennifer Lopez April 28, 2007 86 1 [53]
"Impacto" Daddy Yankee featuring Fergie June 26, 2007 56 7 [54]
"Me Enamora" Juanes September 29, 2007 69 14 [55]
"Sexy Movimiento" Wisin & Yandel November 24, 2007 98 3 [56]
"Te Quiero" Flex March 8, 2008 86 17 [57]
"No Me Doy Por Vencido" Luis Fonsi September 20, 2008 92 9 [58]
"Lloro Por Ti" Enrique Iglesias November 8, 2008 91 1 [59]
"Cuando Me Enamoro" Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra July 17, 2010 89 5 [60]
"Bon, Bon" Pitbull November 20, 2010 61 5 [61]
"Lo Mejor de Mi Vida Eres Tú" Ricky Martin featuring Natalia Jiménez November 20, 2010 74 2 [62]
"Danza Kuduro" Don Omar featuring Lucenzo May 28, 2011 82 5 [63]
"You" Romeo Santos June 25, 2011 97 1 [64]
"Taboo" Don Omar July 23, 2011 97 1 [65]
"Promise" Romeo Santos featuring Usher November 5, 2011 83 9 [66]
"El Verdadero Amor Perdona" Maná featuring Prince Royce December 10, 2011 100 1 [67]
"Ai Se Eu Te Pego" Michel Telo April 14, 2012 81 12 [68]
"Vivir Mi Vida" Marc Anthony August 10, 2013 92 5 [69]
"Darte Un Beso" Prince Royce September 7, 2013 78 12 [70]
"Loco" Enrique Iglesias featuring Romeo Santos September 14, 2013 80 4 [71]
"Propuesta Indecente" Romeo Santos September 28, 2013 79 7 [72]
"El Perdedor" Enrique Iglesias featuring Marco Antonio Solís February 8, 2014 85 1 [73]
"Odio" Romeo Santos featuring Drake February 15, 2014 45 11 [74]
"Adrenalina" Wisin featuring Jennifer Lopez and Ricky Martin March 22, 2014 94 1 [75]
"Bailando"[d] Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona May 17, 2014 12 30 [76]
"El Perdón" / "Forgiveness"[e] Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias April 11, 2015 56 30 [78]
"Back It Up" Prince Royce featuring Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull June 27, 2015 92 2 [79]
"Ginza" J Balvin September 26, 2015 84 15 [80]
"Hasta El Amanecer" / "With You Tonight"[f] Nicky Jam June 11, 2016 73 19 [81]
"Duele El Corazón" Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin July 30, 2016 82 8 [82]
"La Bicicleta" Carlos Vives and Shakira July 30, 2016 95 1 [83]
"Chantaje" Shakira featuring Maluma November 19, 2016 51 18 [84]
"Feliz Navidad" José Feliciano January 7, 2017 29 5 [85]
"Shaky Shaky" Daddy Yankee January 14, 2017 88 2 [86]
"Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber[g] February 4, 2017 1 52 [88]
"El Amante" Nicky Jam February 18, 2017 92 15 [89]
"Héroe Favorito" Romeo Santos March 4, 2017 77 1 [90]
"Súbeme La Radio" Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Zion & Lennox April 22, 2017 81 9 [91]
"Felices Los 4" Maluma June 3, 2017 48 20 [92]
"Me Enamoré" Shakira June 3, 2017 83 2 [93]
"Escápate Conmigo" Wisin featuring Ozuna July 1, 2017 63 20 [94]
"Mi Gente" J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé[h] July 22, 2017 3 30 [96]
"Imitadora" Romeo Santos August 12, 2017 91 1 [97]
"Almost Like Praying" Lin-Manuel Miranda featuring Artists for Puerto Rico[i] October 28, 2017 20 1 [99]
"Mayores" Becky G featuring Bad Bunny November 4, 2017 74 18 [100]
"Échame La Culpa" Luis Fonsi and Demi Lovato December 9, 2017 47 20 [101]
"Krippy Kush" Farruko, Nicki Minaj, Bad Bunny, 21 Savage, and Rvssian December 16, 2017 75 6 [102]
"Perro Fiel" Shakira featuring Nicky Jam December 16, 2017 100 1 [103]
"Bella y Sensual" Romeo Santos featuring Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee December 23, 2017 95 1 [104]
"Criminal" Natti Natasha and Ozuna December 23, 2017 95 3 [105]
"La Modelo" Ozuna and Cardi B January 6, 2018 52 14 [106]
"Corazón" Maluma and Nego do Borel January 13, 2018 87 7 [107]
"El Baño" Enrique Iglesias featuring Bad Bunny January 27, 2018 98 1 [108]
"El Farsante" Ozuna and Romeo Santos February 10, 2018 49 20 [109]
"Dura" Daddy Yankee February 17, 2018 43 21 [110]
"X" Nicky Jam and J Balvin March 17, 2018 41 21 [111]
"Te Boté" Cásper Magico, Nio Garcia, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna, and Bad Bunny May 5, 2018 36 21 [112]
"Dame Tu Cosita" El Chombo featuring Cutty Ranks May 5, 2018 36 9 [113]
"Me Niego" Reik featuring Ozuna and Wisin May 26, 2018 77 3 [114]
"Sin Pijama" Becky G and Natti Natasha June 16, 2018 70 12 [115]
"Única" Ozuna September 8, 2018 72 1 [116]
"Bebé" 6ix9ine featuring Anuel AA September 15, 2018 30 5 [117]
"Vaina Loca" Ozuna featuring Manuel Turizo September 22, 2018 94 2 [118]
"Taki Taki" DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna, and Cardi B October 13, 2018 11 22 dagger [119]
"Mía" Bad Bunny featuring Drake October 27, 2018 5 20 dagger [120]
"Ella Quiere Beber" Anuel AA and Romeo Santos November 17, 2018 61 17 dagger [121]
"Solo de Mí" Bad Bunny January 12, 2019 93 1 [122]
"Secreto" Anuel AA and Karol G February 2, 2019 68 4 dagger [123]
"Con Calma" Daddy Yankee featuring Snow February 9, 2019 59 4 dagger [124]

Latin songs on Billboard's Greatest Hot 100 Songs of All-Time list[edit]

In 2008, for the 50th anniversary of the Hot 100, Billboard compiled a ranking of the 100 best-performing songs on the chart since its inception in 1958.[125][126][127] The ranking was revised in 2013, 2015 and 2018.[128][129][130] As of 2018, only two primarily Spanish-language songs have appeared on the top 100: "Macarena" (Bayside Boys Mix) by Los del Río, which peaked at number five on the ranking's first edition in 2008, and "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber.[127][130]

Song Performer(s) Rank Year released
"Macarena" (Bayside Boys Mix) Los del Río 8 1996
"Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber 33 2017

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard changed its methodology for the Latin charts in October 2012 by making "only predominantly Spanish-language titles" eligibles for inclusion.[3] However, the Portuguese-language song "Ai Se Eu Te Pego" by Michel Telo remained on the Latin Digital Songs chart until August 2014, despite the change of methodology.[4]
  2. ^ Despite having been released as a two-side single including both Spanish and English versions,[16] Billboard credited the original Spanish version as the first completely-Spanish-language song to chart within the top ten of the Hot 100.[10]
  3. ^ The original version of "Macarena" by Los del Río peaked at number 23 on September 21, 1996 and charted for 21 weeks.[20]
  4. ^ Although not credited on the Hot 100,[76] Billboard stated that the primarily-English version featuring Sean Paul enhanced the chart performance of "Bailando" until its peak at number 12 on August 23, 2014.[77]
  5. ^ The original version of "El Perdón" peaked at number 65 on September 19, 2015. Its chart placement was improved after the released of an English-language version titled "Forgiveness".[78]
  6. ^ The original version of "Hasta El Amanecer" peaked at number 89 on June 26, 2016. Its chart placement was improved after the release of an English-language version titled "With You Tonight".[81]
  7. ^ The original version by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee peaked at number 44 on April 15, 2017. Its chart placement was improved after the release of a remix version featuring Justin Bieber on April 17, 2017.[87][88]
  8. ^ The original version by J Balvin and Willy Wlliam peaked at number 19 on September 30, 2017. Its chart placement was improved after the release of a remix version featuring Beyoncé on September 28, 2017. [95][96]
  9. ^ Artists for Puerto Rico includes Marc Anthony, Rubén Blades, Camila Cabello, Pedro Capó, Dessa, Gloria Estefan, Fat Joe, Luis Fonsi, Juan Luis Guerra, Alex Lacamoire, John Leguizamo, Jennifer Lopez, Rita Moreno, Ednita Nazario, Joell Ortiz, Anthony Ramos, Gina Rodriguez, Gilberto Santa Rosa, PJ Sin Suela, Tommy Torres, and Ana Villafañe.[98]

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