Pedro Capó and Daddy Yankee each share the identical phrase, “Calma” ("Calm") because the title of their present hit. It's a bit of complicated, so Billboard has compiled data about every single with a purpose to differentiate the 2.
Here's what you want to find out about Pedro Capó and Farruko’s "Calma," and Daddy Yankee’s "Con Calma" that includes Snow.
"Calma" - Pedro Capó, Farruko
“Calma” by Pedro Capó was launched in 2018. The lyrics include an invite to take pleasure in life; to calm down on the seaside consuming beer. After the unique model was launched, Farruko needed to be a part of the track, in order that they recorded the “Calma” remix, making a reggae-infused track that melds Capo’s pop sensibilities with Farruko’s city roots. The remix's music video has surpassed 500 million views as of press time.
Hot Latin Songs: Peaked at No. 6 on the Jan. 26-dated chart
Latin Airplay: Peaked at No. 23 on the Feb. 9-dated chart
Latin Digital Song Sales: Peaked at No. 5 on the Jan. 19-dated chart
Latin Streaming Songs: Peaked at No. 7 on the Jan. 26-dated chart
Daddy Yankee - “Con Calma” that includes Snow
Urban celebrity Daddy Yankee joined forces with the Canadian reggae rapper Snow to kick off 2019 with "Con Calma.” The track was accompanied by a video, by which Yankee will get down along with his crew. The single is a remake of Snow's traditional 1992 hit “Informer," and was co-produced by Play-N-Skillz and David “Scott Summers” Macias. So far, the music video has over 75 million views on YouTube.
Hot Latin Songs: Debuted at No. 6 on the Feb. 9-dated chart
Latin Airplay: Debuted at No. 22 on the Feb. 9-dated chart
Latin Rhythm Airplay: Debuted at No. 13 on the Feb. 9-dated chart
Latin Streaming Songs: Debuted at No. 9 on the Feb. 9-dated chart
Hot 100: Debuted at No. 90 on the Feb. 9-dated chart