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‘Las Mujeres’ Takes Juanes & Carlos Vives to the Summit on Latin Pop Airplay Chart

Mr. Nimbus | 12/27/2023

Juanes and Carlos Vives unlock a new chart achievement as “Las Mujeres” tops Billboard’s Latin Pop Airplay chart (dated Dec. 30).

The team-up pushes from No. 3 to No. 1 after a 12% jump in audience impressions, to 3.63 million, earned in the U.S. during the Dec. 15-21 tracking week, according to Luminate. The single takes the lead in its 17th week, after eight solid weeks in the top 10.

“Las Mujeres” is the third two co-billed Colombian partnership to land at the penthouse on Latin Pop Airplay in 2023. Karol G and Shakira did it first with the 14-week leader “TQG,” which started its chart domination in April. Shakira repeated the feat with her Manuel Turizo collab, “Copa Vacía.” The latter cedes the crown after nine weeks in charge and drops to No. 2 with 3.6 million audience impressions.

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“Las Mujeres” puts Juanes back at No. 1 after “Bonita,” with Sebastian Yatra, ruled for two weeks in Nov. 2019. In between, “Cecilia,” with Juan Luis Guerra, propelled the Colombian to a No. 6 high last September. In total, Juanes nabs his 12th champ, breaking the Latin Pop Airplay No. 1 barrier with “A Dios Le Pido,” in 2002. With a new ruler on his account, let’s review Juanes’ collection of No. 1s:

Peak, Title, Artist, Weeks at No. 1
Aug. 24, 2002, “A Dios Le Pido,” 1
July 19, 2003, “Fotografía,” with Nelly Furtado, 7
Sept. 4, 2004, “Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor,” 20
Feb. 5, 2005, “Volverte A Ver,” 3
April 2, 2005, “La Camisa Negra,” 10
Feb. 25, 2006, “Lo Que Me Gusta A Mi,” 10
Sept. 29, 2007, “Me Enamora,” 21
Feb. 23, 2008, “Gotas De Agua Dulce,” 8
April 18, 2015, “Juntos (Together),” 1
Nov. 12, 2016, “Fuego,” 1
Nov. 9, 2019, “Bonita,” with Sebastian Yatra, 2
Dec. 30, 2023, “Las Mujeres,” with Carlos Vives

Vives, meanwhile, adds his sixth champ on Latin Pop Airplay which arrives just over a year after “Baloncito Viejo,” with Camilo, led for one week in 2022.

Elsewhere, “Mujeres” advances 35-31 on the overall Latin Airplay chart — Vives’ only entry there in 2023.

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Written by Mr. Nimbus




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