Carlos Vives&#zero39; &#zero39;Hoy Tengo Tiempo (Pinta Sensual)&#zero39; Rockets to the Top On Latin Airplay Chart

Plus, Shakira and Maluma's 'Clandestino' hits the highest 10.

Carlos Vives leads the Latin Airplay chart with “Hoy Tengo Tiempo (Pinta Sensual)” because the tune zooms 10-1 on chart dated Sept. 22. It flies to No. 1 with a 51 % achieve in viewers impressions (to 13.5 million) in week ending Sept. 16, in line with Nielsen Music. 

 Vives logs his 14th No. 1 on the tally, stretching again to “Fruta Fresca,”  which jumped to No. 1 on the Jan. eight, 2000-dated chart, reigning for six weeks. He now ties Romeo Santos and Wisin for the third-most No. 1s, trailing solely Enrique Iglesias with 30 and Ricky Martin with 17. 

"We goal at making songs which attain individuals&#zero39;s hearts, not likely serious about rankings," Vives says. "It will all the time be a pleasant shock to be No. 1 on Billboard. Thank you, all."

“Hoy” is Vives&#zero39; second chief of the 12 months. It follows “Robarte Un Beso,” his collaboration with Sebastian Yatra, which led for one week (Jan. 13). 

Concurrently, "Hoy" continues to guide the Tropical Songs airplay chart for a fourth consecutive week.

Shakira Extends Top 10 Record: Elsewhere on the Latin Airplay record, Shakira and Maluma’s “Clandestino” makes its first prime tier chart look with an 11-7 achieve. The observe improves 17 % in viewers (to 10.2 million). 

With “Clandestino,” Shakira pads her report as the feminine with essentially the most prime 10s for the reason that chart started on Nov. 12, 1994. Likewise, together with her 30 prime 10s, she extends her report as runner up for the second-most act total, following solely Enrique Iglesias with 39. For Maluma, the enhance earns him his 10th prime 10. 

Notably, that is Shakira’s first new prime 10 in rather less than a 12 months. Her tune "Perro Fiel," that includes Nicky Jam, beforehand spent 17 nonconsecutive weeks within the prime 10 from Nov. 25, 2017 by way of April 28, 2018, main the tally for 4 straight weeks (Dec. 23, 2017 - Jan. 6, 2018). 

Meanwhile, Maluma scores his fourth new prime 10 of the 12 months, and his earlier three prime 10s in 2018 all hit No. 1, too. He beforehand topped the chart with “Corazón” with Nego do Borel (Jan. 27, two weeks at No. 1), “El Préstamo” (June 2, two weeks at No. 1), and as featured act on Prince Royce’s “El Clavo” (Sept. 1, one week at No. 1).

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