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“Mamacita” Hits No. 1 on Latin Airplay Chart for The Black Eyed Peas, Ozuna & J.Rey Soul

Black Eyed Peas, Ozuna & J.Rey Soul’s “Mamacita” hits No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart as the song rises 3-1 on the June 20-dated survey.

With “Mamacita” landing atop the chart, the Black Eyed Peas claim their second No. 1, Ozuna his 19th and J.Rey Soul her first.

Madonna, meanwhile, gets her first leader as a songwriter on the Latin Airplay chart as “Mamacita” samples her 1987 hit “La Isla Bonita,” a former Billboard Hot 100 top 5, which she co-wrote.

“Mamacita” advances with 9.8 million in audience impressions (up 19%) earned in the week ending June 14, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data. It dethrones Bad Bunny’s “Yo Perreo Sola’s” two-week reign.

Beyond its coronation on Latin Airplay, “Mamacita” also tops the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart for the first time.

Elsewhere, the collaborative effort also sees improvement on the Hot Latin Songs chart, which blends airplay, digital sales and streaming data, hiking 9-3 and snatching the Greatest Gainer/ Airplay trophy.

Meanwhile. “Mamacita” makes its all-genre Billboard Hot 100 debut, arriving at No. 90. It’s the second chart appearance for the Black Eyed Peas in 2020, who previously claimed their 17th entry with “RITMO (Bad Boys For Life),” with J Balvin (No. 24, April 4-dated list.) Prior to “Ritmo” the quartet visited the tally in August 2011 with “Don’t Stop The Party.”

 

Gloria Estefan Returns With Love: Over on the Tropical Airplay chart, Gloria Estefan bows at No. 25 with “Cuando Hay Amor.” It’s the lead single off her forthcoming 13th album Brazil305, her first in over seven years.

“Cuando Hay Amor” was released June 12 via Sony Music Latin. It arrives on the chart with only three days of tracking activity and earns Estefan her 20th entry on Tropical Airplay. She last visited the chart with “Hotel Nacional” which debuted at No. 1 in January 2012.

The new song was produced by Emilio Estefan, Nicolás Tovar and Andrea López and is one of four unreleased songs to be featured on the album.

 

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