Paulo Londra’s “Plan A” spends a fifth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart (dated April 23). The track ties Londra’s longest-leading title to date, “Adan y Eva,” which also topped the chart for five consecutive weeks.

Emilia’s “Cuatro Veinte” takes the runner-up slot with a 3-2 jump and sends La K’onga’s “Universo Paralelo,” featuring Nahuel Pennisi, to No. 4 after its fifth week at No. 2 (the song previously topped the tally for one week on the March 19-dated ranking). Meanwhile, Sofía Reyes’ “Marte,” with Maria Becerra, lifts 5-3, the highest the Mexican has ranked thus far. Londra holds with a second song in the survey’s top five despite “Chance” dipping 4-5.

Harry Styles scores his highest ranking among four chart entries: “As It Was” rises 11-6, the only English-language song in the list’s top 10. WOS’ “Arrancarmelo” drops 6-7, while Quevedo, Duki and De la Ghetto’s “Si Quieren Frontear” ascends 10-8. The 18-week champ “Entre Nosotros” by Tiago PZK, LIT Killah, Maria Becerra and Nicki Nicole holds strong in the top 10 for a 35th week in spite of its 7-9 dip. Becerra places a third song in the upper tier: “Tranquila,” with FMK falls 8-10.

Natalie Pérez and Chano’s “El Himno De Nosotros” takes home the Greatest Gainer trophy with a 86-63 surge. Down the list, Oscu and Nobeat’s “Número 1” declines 91-68.

Lastly, the Hot Shot Debut (for highest newly charting song of the week) goes to Mora and Sech’s “Tus Lágrimas” which arrives at No. 82, followed by Callejero Fino’s “Hasta Abajo Rkt” feat. Four Plack, at No. 83.

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