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Latin Pop Airplay

Latin Pop Airplay (also referred to as Latin Pop Songs) is a record chart published on Billboard magazine. It features Latin music information from pop music usually in Spanish. It was established by the magazine on October 8, 1994 with Mañana by Cristian Castro being the first song to reach number one. 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.[1]

Charts achievements

Artist with the most number-one hits

Rank Performer Total Weeks at No. 1 Number-one songs (year/weeks at number one) Ref
1 Enrique Iglesias 23 146 "Si Tú Te Vas" (1996) (2 weeks)
"Por Amarte" (1996) (1 weeks)
"Enamorado Por Primera Vez" (1997) (10 weeks)
"Sólo en Tí" (1997) (5 weeks)
"Miente" (1997) (3 weeks)
"Esperanza" (1998) (4 weeks)
"Nunca Te Olvidaré" (1999) (1 weeks)
"Bailamos" (1999) (6 weeks)
"Ritmo Total" (1999) (2 weeks)
"Héroe" (2001) (1 weeks)
"Mentiroso" (2002) (8 weeks)
"Quizás" (2003) (1 weeks)
"Dímelo" (2007) (12 weeks)
"¿Dónde Están Corazón?" (2008) (1 weeks)
"Cuando Me Enamoro" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra) (2010) (11 weeks)
"I Like It" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Pitbull) (2010) (2 weeks)
"No Me Digas Que No (Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin & Yandel) (2011) (5 weeks)
"Loco" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Romeo Santos) (2013) (13 weeks)
"El Perdedor" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Marco Antonio Solís) (2014) (7 weeks)
"Bailando" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Gente de Zona and Descemer Bueno) (2014) (27 weeks)
"El Perdón" (Nicky Jam featuring Enrique Iglesias) (2015) (14 weeks)
"Duele el Corazón" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin) (2016) (9 weeks)
"El Baño" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Bad Bunny) (2018) (1 weeks)
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2 Shakira 19 128 "Estoy Aquí" (1996) (4 weeks)
"Se Quiere, Se Mata" (1997) (2 weeks)
"Ciega, Sordomuda" (1998) (3 weeks)
"" (1999) (5 weeks)
"Suerte" (2001) (14 weeks)
"Que Me Quedes Tú" (2003) (3 weeks)
"La Tortura" (Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz) (2005) (30 weeks)
"Hips Don't Lie" (Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean) (2006) (2 weeks)
"Te Lo Agradezco, Pero No" (Alejandro Sanz featuring Shakira) (2007) (3 weeks)
"Loba" (2009) (11 weeks)
"Lo Hecho Está Hecho" (2009) (1 weeks)
"Gitana" (2010) (3 weeks)
"Loca" (Shakira featuring El Cata) (2010) (7 weeks)
"Mi Verdad" (2015) (2 weeks)
"La Bicicleta" (Carlos Vives & Shakira) (2016) (12 weeks)
"Chantaje" (Shakira featuring Maluma (2016) (10 weeks)
"Me Enamoré" (2017) (5 weeks)
"Perro Fiel" (Shakira featuring Nicky Jam) (2017) (8 weeks)
"Clandestino" (Shakira & Maluma) (2018) (3 weeks)
[3]
3 Ricky Martin 11 65 "Vuelve" (1998) (3 weeks)
"Perdido Sin Ti" (1998) (2 week)
"Livin' la Vida Loca" (1999) (10 weeks)
"Bella" (1999) (7 weeks)
"Sólo Quiero Amarte" (2001) (7 weeks)
"Tal Vez" (2003) (13 weeks)
"Tu Recuerdo" (Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres (2006) (13 weeks)
"Lo Mejor de Mi Vida Eres Tú" (2011) (Ricky Martin featuring Natalia Jiménez) (5 weeks)
"Disparo al corazón" (2015) (4 week)
"La Mordidita" (2015) (1 week)
"Vente Pa' Ca" (2016) (2 week)
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3 Cristian Castro 11 36 "Mañana" (1994)
"Azul Gris" (1995)
"Con Tu Amor" (1995)
"Vuélveme a Querer" (1995)
"Amarte a Ti" (1996)
"Amor" (1996)
"Lo Mejor de Mí" (1997)
"Azul" (2001)
"Cuando Me Miras Así" (2002)
"Te Buscaría" (2004)
"Amor Eterno" (2005)
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4 Luis Miguel 10 65 "El Día Que Me Quieras" (1994)
"La Media Vuelta" (1994)
"Todo y Nada" (1995)
"Sueña" (1996)
"Dame" (1996)
"Por Debajo de la Mesa" (1997)
"El Reloj" (1997)
"O Tú o Ninguna" (1999)
"Como Duele" (2002)
"Te Necesito" (2003)
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4 Ricardo Arjona 10 41 "Desnuda" (2000)
"Cuando" (2000)
"El Problema" (2002)
"Por Qué Es Tan Cruel El Amor" (2005)
"Acompañame A Estar Solo" (2006)
"Como Duele" (2008)
"El Amor" (2011)
"Fuiste Tú" (2012)
"Te Quiero" (2012)
"Mientras Tanto" (2012)
[7]
5 Chayanne 8 44 "Solamente tu Amor" (1996)
"Dejaría Todo" (1998)
"Yo Te Amo" (2000)
"Y Tú Te Vas" (2002)
"Un Siglo Sin Ti" (2003)
"Cuidarte el Amor" (2004)
"No Te Preocupes Por Mi" (2006)
"Si Nos Quedara Poco Tiempo" (2007)
[8]

Songs with most weeks at number one

Number-one debuts

Single Performer Date Ref
"Tal Vez" Ricky Martin April 12, 2003 [9][10]

Non-Spanish songs that reached number one

Most number-ones from an album

Self-replacement at number one

Best-performing Latin Pop Songs singles by year

See also

References

General
  • "Latin Pop Song". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved .
Specific
  1. ^ "Billboard Methodolody". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Archived from the original on 2008-07-31. Retrieved . Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ "( Enrique Iglesias > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )". AllMusic. Retrieved .
  3. ^ [[[:Template:Http://www.billboard.com/charts/latin-airplay/2005-12-03]] "( Shakira > Billboard Singles > )"] Check |url= value (help). AllMusic. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "( Ricky Martin > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )". AllMusic. Retrieved .
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  8. ^ "( Chayanne > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )". AllMusic. Retrieved .
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