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Hot Latin Songs

Hot Latin Songs (formerly Hot Latin Tracks and Hot Latin 50) is a record chart published by Billboard magazine. It is often recognized as the most important music chart for Spanish language Latin music in the American music market. It was established by the magazine on September 6, 1986 with La Guirnalda by Rocío Dúrcal being the first song to reach number one. The chart was originally based on airplay on Latin music radio stations. Songs on the chart were not necessarily in Spanish language, since the chart inception a few songs in English language and Portuguese also have charted. In 1994, three charts were introduced in addition to Hot Latin Songs: Latin Pop Airplay, which deals with pop songs whether or not it is Spanish-language; Latin Regional Mexican Airplay, which dealt with different of styles of Mexican genres; and Latin Tropical Airplay, which focuses on the genres of tropical music. In 2005, the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart was introduced in response to the growing influence of Latin hip hop and reggaeton. Listings of the Hot Latin Songs are also shown on Telemundo's music page through a partnership between the two companies. On October 2012, Billboard updated the methodology for the Hot Latin Songs chart to include sales of digital downloads and streaming activity in addition to airplay. Furthermore, only predominately Spanish-language songs are now eligible to appear on the chart. The airplay-only chart for Latin music continues to exist as the Latin Airplay chart.[1]

Contents

  • Chart achievements 1
    • Artist with the most number-one hits 1.1
    • Songs with most weeks at number-one 1.2
    • Number-one debuts 1.3
    • Non-Spanish songs that reached number-one 1.4
    • Number-one hits by non-Latin American/Spanish artists 1.5
      • Hispanic-North American artists that reached number-one 1.5.1
    • Most number-ones from an album 1.6
    • Self-replacement at number one 1.7
    • Songs that have hit number one by two different artists 1.8
    • Hot 100 and Hot Latin Songs simultaneous number-one hits 1.9
    • Year-End & Decade-end charts 1.10
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Chart 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 25 127 "Si Tú Te Vas" (1995) (8 weeks)
"Experiencia Religiosa" (1996) (3 weeks)
"Por Amarte" (1996) (8 weeks)
"No Llores Por Mí" (1996) (1 week)
"Trapecista" (1996) (5 weeks)
"Enamorado Por Primera Vez" (1997) (12 weeks)
"Sólo en Tí" (1997) (10 weeks)
"Miente" (1997) (4 weeks)
"Esperanza" (1998) (4 weeks)
"Nunca Te Olvidaré" (1999) (1 week)
"Bailamos" (1999) (1 week)
"Ritmo Total" (1999) (4 week)
"Héroe" (2001) (1 week)
"Mentiroso" (2002) (1 week)
"Quizás" (2003) (1 week)
"Para Qué La Vida" (2003) (1 week)
"Dímelo" (2007) (11 weeks)
"Dónde Están Corazón" (2008) (3 weeks)
"Lloro Por Tí" (2008) (2 weeks)
"Gracias a Ti" (Remix) (Wisin & Yandel featuring Enrique Iglesias) (2009) (1 week)
"Cuando Me Enamoro" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra) (2010) (17 weeks)
"No Me Digas Que No" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin & Yandel) (2011) (1 week)
"Loco" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Romeo Santos) (2013) (3 week)
"El Perdedor" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Marco Antonio Solis) (2014) (1 week)
"Bailando" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona) (2014) (31 weeks)
[2]
2 Luis Miguel 16 64 "Ahora Te Puedes Marchar" (1987) (3 weeks)
"La Incondicional" (1989) (7 weeks)
"Fría Como el Viento" (1989) (3 weeks)
"Tengo Todo Excepto a Tí" (1990) (8 weeks)
"Entrégate" (1990) (1 week)
"Inolvidable" (1992) (5 weeks)
"No Sé Tú" (1992) (7 weeks)
"Ayer" (1993) (3 weeks)
"Hasta Que Me Olvides" (1993) (3 weeks)
"El Día Que Me Quieras" (1994) (5 weeks)
"La Media Vuelta" (1994) (3 weeks)
"Si Nos Dejan" (1995) (7 weeks)
"Por Debajo de la Mesa" (1997) (4 weeks)
"O Tú o Ninguna" (1999) (1 week)
"Como Duele" (2002) (2 weeks)
"Te Necesito" (2003) (2 weeks)
[3]
3 Gloria Estefan 15 41 "Si Voy a Perderte" (1989) (5 weeks)
"Mi Tierra" (1993) (6 weeks)
"Con Los Años Que Me Quedan" (1993) (4 weeks)
"Mi Buen Amor" (1994) (2 weeks)
"Abriendo Puertas" (1995) (2 weeks)
"Más Allá" (1996) (1 week)
"No Pretendo" (1997) (1 week)
"En El Jardín" (Alejandro Fernández and Gloria Estefan) (1997) (6 weeks)
"Oye!" (1998) (1 week)
"No Me Dejes de Querer" (2000) (1 week)
"Como Me Duele Perderte" (2000) (2 weeks)
"Hoy" (2003) (5 weeks)
"Tu Fotografía" (2004) (1 week)
"No Llores" (Gloria Estefan featuring José Feliciano, Carlos Santana and Sheila E.)(2007) (3 weeks)
"Hotel Nacional" (2012) (1 week)
[4]
3 Marco Antonio Solís 15 54 "Y Ahora Te Vas" (Los Bukis) (1988) (1 week)
"Cómo Fuí a Enamorarme de Tí" (Los Bukis) (1989) (5 weeks)
"Mi Deseo" (Los Bukis) (1991) (6 weeks)
"Mi Mayor Necesidad" (Los Bukis) (1992) (4 weeks)
"Una Mujer Como Tú" (Marco Antonio Solís and Los Bukis) (1995) (6 weeks)
"Que Pena Me Das" (1996) (10 weeks)
"Recuerdos, Tristeza y Soledad" (1996) (8 weeks)
"Así Como Te Conocí" (1997) (3 weeks)
"La Venia Bendita" (1997) (1 week)
"Si Te Pudiera Mentir" (1999) (3 weeks)
"O Me Voy o Te Vas" (2001) (1 week)
"Tu Amor o Tu Desprecio" (2003) (1 week)
"Más Que Tu Amigo" (2004) (1 week)
"Ojalá" (2007) (3 weeks)
"El Perdedor" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Marco Antonio Solis) (2014) (1 week)
[5][6]
5 Ricky Martin 11 38 "Vuelve" (1998) (2 weeks)
"Perdido Sin Tí" (1998) (1 week)
"Livin' La Vida Loca" (1999) (9 weeks)
"Bella" (1999) (3 weeks)
"She Bangs" (2000) (1 week)
"Sólo Quiero Amarte" (2001) (4 weeks)
"Tal Vez" (2003) (11 weeks)
"Jaleo" (2003) (1 week)
"Y Todo Queda en Nada" (2004) (1 week)
"Tu Recuerdo" (Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres) (2006) (3 weeks)
"Lo Mejor de Mi Vida Eres Tú" (2011) (Ricky Martin featuring Natalia Jiménez) (2 weeks)
[7]
5 Wisin & Yandel 11 27 "Llame Pa' Verte" (2006) (2 weeks)
"Pam Pam" (2006) (1 week)
"Sexy Movimiento" (2008) (1 week)
"Lloro Por Ti" (Enrique Iglesias Featuring Wisin & Yandel) (2008) (2 weeks)
"Me Estás Tentando" (2009) (1 week)
"Abusadora" (2009) (1 week)
"Gracias a Tí" (Wisin & Yandel Featuring Enrique Iglesias) (2009) (1 week)
"No Me Digas Que No" (Enrique Iglesias Feat. Wisin & Yandel) (2011) (1 week)
"Tu Olor" (2011) (1 week)
"Follow the Leader" (Wisin & Yandel Featuring Jennifer Lopez) (2012) (2 weeks)
"Algo Me Gusta de Ti" (Wisin & Yandel Featuring Chris Brown & T-Pain) (2012) (14 weeks)
[8]
7 Shakira 9 52 "Ciega, Sordomuda" (1998) (3 weeks)
"" (1999) (1 week)
"Suerte" (2001) (7 weeks)
"Que Me Quedes Tú" (2003) (1 weeks)
"La Tortura" (Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz) (2005) (25 weeks)
"Hips Don't Lie" (Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean) (2006) (8 weeks)
"Te Lo Agradezco, Pero No" (Alejandro Sanz featuring Shakira) (2007) (1 week)
"Loba" (2009) (5 weeks)
"Loca" (Shakira featuring El Cata) (2010) (1 week)
[9]
7 Chayanne 9 33 "Fuiste un Trozo de Hielo en la Escarcha" (1989) (4 weeks)
"Completamente Enamorados" (1990) (5 weeks)
"El Centro de Mi Corazón" (1992) (2 weeks)
"Dejaría Todo" (1998) (5 weeks)
"Yo Te Amo" (2000) (5 weeks)
"Y Tú Te Vas" (2002) (7 weeks)
"Un Siglo Sin Tí" (2003) (1 weeks)
"Cuidarte el Alma" (2004) (3 weeks)
"Si Nos Quedara Poco Tiempo" (2007) (1 week)
[10]
7 Maná 9 30 "Mariposa Traicionera" (2003) (1 week)
"Labios Compartidos" (2006) (8 weeks)
"Bendita Tu Luz" (2006) (4 weeks)
"Manda Una Señal" (2007) (1 week)
"Si No Te Hubieras Ido" (2008) (2 weeks)
"Lluvia al Corazón" (2011) (8 weeks)
"Amor Clandestino" (2011) (1 week)
"El Verdadero Amor Perdona" (2011) (4 weeks)
"Hasta Que Te Conocí" (2012) (1 week)
[11]
10 Alejandro Fernández 8 35 "Si Tu Supieras" (1997) (6 weeks)
"En El Jardín" Alejandro Fernández and Gloria Estefan (1997) (6 weeks)
"No Sé Olvidar" (1998) (8 weeks)
"Yo Nací Para Amarte" (1998) (5 weeks)
"Loco" (1999) (1 week)
"Tantita Pena" (2001) (6 weeks)
"Me Dediqué a Perderte" (2004) (2 weeks)
"Se Me Va la Voz" (2010) (1 week)
[12]
10 Juanes 8 53 "Fotografía" (Juanes featuring Nelly Furtado) (2003) (5 weeks)
"Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor" (2004) (12 weeks)
"Volverte a Ver" (2005) (3 weeks)
"La Camisa Negra" (2005) (8 weeks)
"Me Enamora" (2007) (20 weeks)
"Gotas de Agua Dulce" (2008) (3 weeks)
"Yerbatero" (2010) (1 week)
"La Señal" (2012) (1 week)
[13]

Songs with most weeks at number-one

Year Single Performer(s) Weeks at #1 Ref
2014 "Bailando" Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona 31 [14]
2005 "La Tortura" Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz 25 [15][16][17]
2000 "A Puro Dolor" Son By Four 20 [18]
2007 "Me Enamora" Juanes 20 [16]
2008 "Te Quiero" Flex 20 [16][19]
2008-09 "No Me Doy Por Vencido" Luis Fonsi 19 [16]
2010 "Cuando Me Enamoro" Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra 17 [17][20]
2013-14 "Vivir Mi Vida" Marc Anthony 17 [17]
1988 "Qué Te Pasa" Yuri 16 [17]
2005 "Rompe" Daddy Yankee 15 [17]
2010-11 "Danza Kuduro" Don Omar featuring Lucenzo 15 [17]
2013 "Limbo" Daddy Yankee 15 [21]
1986-87 "De Mí Enamórate" Daniela Romo 14 [17]
1988 "Ay Amor" Ana Gabriel 14 [17]
2012-13 "Algo Me Gusta de Ti" Wisin & Yandel featuring Chris Brown & T-Pain 14 [17]
2013-14 "Darte un Beso" Prince Royce 14 [22]
1987 "Lo Mejor de Tu Vida" Julio Iglesias 13 [17]
2002 "Quítame Ese Hombre" Pilar Montenegro 13 [17]
2014 "Odio" Romeo Santos featuring Drake 13 [17]
1997 "Enamorado Por Primera Vez" Enrique Iglesias 12 [17][20]
2004-05 "Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor" Juanes 12 [17]
2007 "Dímelo" Enrique Iglesias 11 [17]
2003 "Tal Vez" Ricky Martin 11 [17]
1996 "Amor" Cristian Castro 11 [17][20]
2012 "Ai Se Eu Te Pego" Michel Teló 10 [23]
2011-12 "Promise" Romeo Santos featuring Usher 10 [24]
1997 "Sólo En Tí" Enrique Iglesias 10 [20]
1996 "Qué Pena Me Das" Marco Antonio Solís 10 [20]
1995 "Tú Sólo Tú" Selena 10 [20]
1992 "Evidencias" Ana Gabriel 10 [25]
1991 "Cosas del Amor" Vikki Carr and Ana Gabriel 10 [25]
1991 "Todo, Todo, Todo" Daniela Romo 10 [25]
1990-91 "Es Demasiado Tarde" Ana Gabriel 10 [25]
1989 "Como Tú" José José 10 [21]
1989 "Como Tu Mujer" Rocío Dúrcal 10 [21]

Number-one debuts

Single Performer (s) Date Ref
"El Palo" Juan Gabriel July 15, 1995 [26]
"Enamorado Por Primera Vez" Enrique Iglesias February 1, 1997 [27]
"Sólo En Tí" Enrique Iglesias May 3, 1997 [28]
"La Venia Bendita" Marco Antonio Solís October 11, 1997 [29]
"Por Qué Te Conocí" Los Temerarios February 7, 1998 [30]
"Tal Vez" Ricky Martin April 12, 2003 [31][32]
"Labios Compartidos" Maná August 5, 2006 [33]
"Me Enamora" Juanes September 29, 2007 [33]
"Lluvia al Corazón" Maná March 21, 2011 [34]
"You" Romeo Santos May 28, 2011 [35]
"Hotel Nacional" Gloria Estefan January 14, 2012 [36]
"Volví a Nacer" Carlos Vives October 4, 2012 [37]

Non-Spanish songs that reached number-one

Number-one hits by non-Latin American/Spanish artists

Hispanic-North American artists that reached number-one

Most number-ones from an album

Self-replacement at number one

Songs that have hit number one by two different artists

Hot 100 and Hot Latin Songs simultaneous number-one hits

Year-End & Decade-end charts

References

  1. ^ "Billboard Shakes Up Genre Charts With New Methodology". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 2012-10-11. Retrieved 2012-12-27. 
  2. ^ Mendizabal, Amaya; Cantor-Navas, Judy (May 7, 2014). "'"Enrique Iglesias Scores 25th No. 1 With 'Bailando. Billboard. Retrieved May 7, 2014. 
  3. ^ "((( Luis Miguel > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  4. ^ "((( Gloria Estefan > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  5. ^ "((( Los Bukis > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  6. ^ "((( Marco Antonio Solís > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  7. ^ "((( Ricky Martin > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  8. ^ "Wisin & Yandel chart history". Billboard. 2012-07-25. Retrieved 2012-07-25. 
  9. ^ "((( Shakira > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  10. ^ "((( Chayanne > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  11. ^ "((( Maná > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  12. ^ "((( Alejandro Fernández > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  13. ^ "((( Juanes > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles > )))".  
  14. ^ "Hot Latin Songs". Billboard. November 15, 2014. Retrieved November 6, 2014. 
  15. ^ Kimpel, Dan (2007-07-30). "Shakira's Songs Are the Heart of Her Success".  
  16. ^ a b c d Bronson, Fred (2009-01-08). "'"Chart Beat: Lady GaGa, Luis Fonsi, Taylor Swift, 'Purple Rain.  
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Brito, Joel (2008-07-31). "Flex invencible en Billboard Hot Latin Songs". Billboard en Español (in Spanish). Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Archived from the original on 2008-08-01. Retrieved 2009-12-22. 
  18. ^ Huey, Steve. "Son By 4 – Biography".  
  19. ^ Ayala, Ben-Yehuda (2009-01-10). "Latin singer Flex leads "Romantic" evolution".  
  20. ^ a b c d e f "WHO WAS AND IS NO. 1?".  
  21. ^ a b c "WHO WAS AND IS NO. 1?".  
  22. ^ Cobo, Leila (April 15, 2014). "Prince Royce feat. Michel Teló, 'Te Dar Um Beijo': Exclusive Song Premiere". Billboard (in Spanish). Nielsen Business Media, Inc. 
  23. ^ "Billboard Hot Latin Songs, see chart archives from May through June 2012".  
  24. ^ "Billboard Hot Latin Songs, see chart archives from October 2011 through January 2012".  
  25. ^ a b c d "WHO WAS AND IS NO. 1?".  
  26. ^ "Hot Latin Tracks".  
  27. ^ "Hot Latin Tracks".  
  28. ^ "Hot Latin Tracks".  
  29. ^ "Hot Latin Tracks".  
  30. ^ "Hot Latin Tracks".  
  31. ^ Cobo, Leila (2003-04-12). "Martin's No. 1 Debut First For Latin Tracks In 5 Years".  
  32. ^ "Hot Latin Tracks".  
  33. ^ a b "Hot Latin Tracks".  
  34. ^ Trust, Gary (2011-03-21). "Mana Manages No. 1 Debut On Latin Songs".  
  35. ^ Trust, Gary (2011-05-16). "Chart Highlights: Pop, Dance/Club Play Songs & More".  
  36. ^ Trust, Gary (January 3, 2012). "Chart Highlights: JoJo Jumps Back To Pop Songs".  
  37. ^ Trust, Gary (October 1, 2012). "Chart Highlights: Ke$ha, Rihanna Blast Back Onto Pop Songs".  

External links

  • Official Billboard site
  • Current Billboard Hot Latin Songs
  • Current Billboard Top Latin Songs on Telemundo
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