Don Omar is back at the top the charts…
The 36-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton singer-songwriter, recording artist and actor scores his seventh No. 1 hit as “Soledad” jumps 5-1 in its 14th week on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart.
The single, from his upcoming album The Last Don 2, jumped 33 percent on the audience-based chart to 9.8 million impressions, according to Nielsen.
It’s the first No. 1 for Omar since “Dutty Love” topped the list for nine weeks in 2013. Digital sales of the song grow 3 percent (to 1,000 downloads), aiding in a 15-11 ascent on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.
Omar’s forthcoming full-length set is reportedly finished and awaiting an official release date. Reggaeton heavyweights Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderon and Plan B are among the many acts confirmed to have collaborated on the set.