Paulo Londra’s “Plan A” spends a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart (dated April 9). The track, released via Warner Music Latina, marked the Argentinian’s official return to the music scene, and debuted at No. 1 on the March 26-dated survey. Londra scored his last entry when “Partyx,” featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, debuted at No. 76 in 2019 (peaked at No. 65 in Jan. 2020).

Maria Becerra captures her 17th top 10 as “Felices x Siempre” climbs 21-8. She extends her record for the most top 10s among all acts.

Here’s a recap of the artists with the most top 10s since the chart’s inception in 2018:

17, Maria Becerra

12, J Balvin

10, Bad Bunny

9, Bizarrap

9, Camilo


Becerra’s “Felices” joins three other of her songs in the upper region: “Marte,” with Sofia Reyes at No. 3, the previous 16-week champ “Entre Nosotros,” with Tiago PZK, LIT Killah and Nicki Nicole dips 4-3, while “Tranquila,” with FMK, holds at No. 6 for a second week.

Emilia’s latest release “Cuatro Veinte” takes the Greatest Gainer honor as it flies up the tally 92-18 in its second week. “Veinte” the biggest jump since Tini and Becerra’s “Miénteme” also surged 74 rankings in 2021 (75-1; chart dated May 8).

The Hot Shot Debut of the week goes to J Balvin and Ed Sheeran’s “Sigue” at No. 57, the reggeatón-infused track which earns Sheeran his highest debut dating back to his first entry “I Don’t Care,” with Justin Bieber, in 2019.

Other debuts of the week include Marilina Bertoldi’s “La Cena” at No. 60, Babasonicos’ “Bye Bye” bows at No. 68, Quevedo, Duki and De La Ghetto’s “Si Quieren Frontear” at No. 69, and Harry Styles’ “As it Was” at No. 72.

Daddy Yankee clocks his 24th entry with “Rumbaton” at No. 82, one of 19 tracks of his latest album Legendaddy, which debuted at No. 1 on Top Latin Albums.

Lastly, Argentine rock band Los Tipitos nabbed its first chart entry thanks to “Ex” which arrives No. 86.

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