Lunay Named to Billboard’s 21 Under 21 List

Lunay isn’t old enough to drink in the United States, but he’s already making his mark in the music world.

The 20-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton and Latin trap singer has been named to Billboard’s 21 Under 21 list.

Lunay

Billboard‘s annual ranking of powerful young voices includes arena headliners and promising new talent, familiar names and new musicians quickly rising toward the mainstream. For groups, if most members are under 21, they were considered eligible.

Lunay is recognized for having total streams of 524.5 million.

After posting videos of himself freestyling on Facebook in 2017, Lunay got a call from producers Chris Jedi and Gaby Music. Two years later, Lunay was collaborating with reggaetón superstars Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny on “Soltera (Remix),” his first top 10 on the Hot Latin Songs chart, peaking at No. 3 and raking in 343.2 million U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

Signed to indie label Star Island, the rising artist, who has since scored collaborations with Ozuna and Anuel AA, credits his success to two things: “humility and hard work.”

But Lunay isn’t the only Latino artist to make the list…

Manuel Turizo earned a spot for having total streams of 328.1 million.

Back in 2017, the 20-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer, then only 16, scored a viral hit with debut single “Una Lady Como Tú.” Since then, he has topped the Mexico Airplay chart with “Quiéreme Mientras Se Pueda” and the Latin Airplay list with his Sebastián YatraRauw Alejandro collaboration “TBT.”

Turizo says his second album, Dopamina, will “dominate” 2021. “I hope that by the time I’m 60, people will still be consuming my music and going to my concerts,” he says. “It’s not about being at the top. It’s about acquiring an audience [that will be] by your side throughout your career.”

Natanael Cano has also made the grade…

The 19-year-old Mexican singer-songwriter has earned a total of 905.3 million streams in his short career.

Six months into 2020, Cano — who only launched his career in 2019 — became the third-most-consumed Latin artist in the United States, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data’s midyear report, ranking just behind Bad Bunny and Ozuna.

Since partnering with Bad Bunny on “Soy El Diablo (Remix)” in October 2019, Cano has released four projects, including Trap Tumbado in June, cementing his place as a leading force in trap corridos. And as his career continues to grow in the United States, by 2021, he says, “I’d love to reach every corner of Mexico.”

A committee of Billboard editors and reporters weighed a variety of factors in determining the 2020 21 Under 21 list, including, but not limited to, impact on consumer behavior, as measured by such metrics as album and track sales, streaming volume, social media impressions, and radio and TV audiences reached; career trajectory; reputation among peers; and overall impact in the industry, specifically during the past 12 months. Where required, record-label market share was consulted using Nielsen Music/MRC Data market share for album plus track-equivalent and stream-equivalent album consumption units. Unless otherwise noted, Billboard Boxscore and Nielsen Music/MRC Data are the sources for tour grosses and sales/streaming data, respectively.

Manuel Turizo Partners with Rauw Alejandro & Myke Towers for New Reggaeton Single “La Nota”

Manuel Turizo is taking note

The 20-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer has joined voices with Rauw Alejandro and Myke Towers for the new single “La Nota.”

Manuel Turizo, Rauw Alejandro, Myke Towers

After releasing his quarantine-born single “Quiereme Mientras Se Pueda,” Turizo has released this catchy new single, which was penned by all three talents in conjunction with La Industria Inc.’s CEO, Juan Diego Medina and produced by hitmaker Tainy.

The sensual reggaeton track centers on a bachelorette whose flirtatious and mysterious ways drive men crazy.

In the neon-drenched music video, directed by Daniel Duran, all three artists become real-life toys fighting to catch the attention of the beautiful model who’s having the time of her life at an empty arcade and toy store. Does she walk away with Turizo, Rauw or Towers? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.

Jessie Reyez to Perform at This Year’s Billboard Latin Music Awards,

Jessie Reyez is celebrating her Latin roots…

The 29-year-old Colombian-Canadian singer and Grammy nominee will perform at this year’s Billboard Latin Music Awards, which are less than a month away.

Jessie Reyez

 

Reyez joins a roster of newly confirmed A-list artists set to perform at the Billboard awards show.

Reyez joins a roster of new additions to the lineup that includes Anuel AA, Banda MS, Carlos Vives, Chesca, Daddy Yankee, Kendo Kaponi, Luis Fonsi, Manuel Turizo, Pablo Alborán, Paulina Rubio, Pitbull, Rauw Alejandro, Raymix, Reik, and Yandel.

They join the previously announced performers Armando Manzanero, Black Eyed Peas, Farruko, Gente de Zona, Gerardo Ortiz, Jesse & Joy, Maluma, Myke Towers, Ozuna, Sech, and Wisin.

The 2020 BLMAs, led by top finalists Bad Bunny and Ozuna, are the only awards show to honor the most popular albums, songs, and performers in Latin music, the awards are determined by the actual sales, streaming, radio airplay, and social data that informs Billboard‘s weekly charts during a one-year period from the rankings dated February 2, 2019, through this year’s January 25 charts.

The event is coinciding with Billboard’s Latin Music Week 30th anniversary, a three-day virtual experience dedicated to Latin music, culture, and entertainment, The Billboard Latin Music Awards 2020 will broadcast live from the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida on October 21 via Telemundo.

For more information and to RSVP for Latin Music Week, visit BillboardLatinMusicWeek.com.

Yandel Releases Sequel to His Debut Solo Album, “Quien Contra Mi 2”

Yandel is back with more contra music…

Seventeen years after releasing his solo debut album Quien Contra Mi, the 43-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton singer-songwriter has released a sequel that features 22 tracks.

Yandel

Written and produced between his home and studio in Orlando while in quarantime during the COVID-19 pandemic, Quien Contra Mi 2 features 28 different collaborations, including music with J Balvin, Snoop Dogg and Ruben Blades, Anuel AA, El Alfa, Manuel Turizo, Nicky Jam and Rauw Alejandro.

In the nearly four-minute intro, Yandel shares a motivational speech to the new generation of artists.

“I wanted to tell my story, to pump up the kids who are just starting. And, since people always say I’m so quiet, well, here’s something different,” he says, elaborating on his struggles and accomplishments.

Quien Contra Mí was released in September 2003.

Ally Brooke to Perform on This Year’s Premios Juventud Awards Show

Ally Brooke is gearing up for the Premios Juventud

Univisionhas unveiled the second wave of talent confirmed to perform at this year’s Premios Juventudawards show, with the 27-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony making the list.

Ally Brooke

Ally Brooke, who finished in third place on the last installment of Dancing With the Stars, recently released the Spanish single “500 Veces,” featuring Messiah. No word if she’ll perform that song.

In addition to Ally Brooke, the star-studded lineup includesJ BalvinNatanael CanoPedro Capo,CNCOKarol GKany GarciaGreeicyMau & RickyOzunaRafa PabonPitbullAlex RoseSebastian YatraCaly y El DandeeDanna PaolaThe Wailersand Zion & Lennox, who will bless fans with a special musical number from Puerto Rico in celebration of their 20th anniversary.

They join previously announced performers Anuel AARauw Alejandro,Neto BernalCamiloNatti NatashaGloria Trevi, Manuel Turizo and Jay Wheeler.

In a first ever, PJ-only version, The Wailers will be joined on stage by Cedellaand Skip Marley,Pedro CapoRauw AlejandroCamiloand Kany Garcia to send a message of love, justice and inclusion.

Pitbull will surprise fans with his first ever television performance of his single “I Believe That We will Win.”

The program will feature artists performing at the venue, a virtual audience, and an innovative integration of the latest state-of-the-art, augmented and virtual reality technologies for award presentations, intros and musical performances. 

Premios Juventud, which celebrate the hottest artists in Latin music, fashion, television and social media, will be broadcast live from Miami, with Becky G and Ricky Martin being honored as Agents of Change during the telecast

Premios Juventud 2020 will air at 8:00 pm ET on Thursday, August 13 via Univision.

Anuel AA to Perform at This Year’s Virtual ‘Premios Juventud’ Awards Show

Anuel AA isn’t letting the coronavirus pandemic stop him from helping celebrate this year’s biggest Latino talents.  

The 27-year-old Puerto Rican rapper will be performing as part of Univision’s Premios Juventud next month.

Anuel AA

Anuel AA joins a list of performers that includes Rauw Alejandro,Neto BernalCamiloNatti NatashaGloria Trevi, Manuel Turizo and Jay Wheeler.

In addition, Sebastian Yatra and actress and activist Julissa Calderon will join Ana Patricia GámezFrancisca Lachapel, and Borja Voces as the hosts of the three-hour event.

Premios Juventud, which celebrate the hottest artists in Latin music, fashion, television and social media, will be broadcast live from Miami, with Becky G and Ricky Martin being honored as Agents of Change during the telecast

The program will feature artists performing at the venue, a virtual audience, and an innovative integration of the latest state-of-the-art, augmented and virtual reality technologies for award presentations, intros and musical performances. 

The special show will leverage technology and innovation to provide for a safe environment in delivering a live music awards show.

Premios Juventud 2020 will air at 8:00 pm ET on Thursday, August 13 via Univision.

The awards show will be preceded by “PJ Takeover,” a one-hour pre-show hosted by Jomari Goyso and Clarissa Molina and Amara La Negra, beginning at 7:00 pm ET.

J Balvin Leads Premios Juventud Nominees with 12

J Balvin is the Juventud’s darling…

Univision has announced the 2020 Premios Juventud nominations, with the 35-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer leading the pack.

J Balvin

Balvin received 12 nominations, including Video with a Purpose for the heart-wrenching “Rojo,” This Choreo Is On Fire for the dancetastic music video to “Amarillo,” and And Featuring, for being an artist that everyone wants to sing with.

He’s followed by Karol G, who picked up nine nods.

The 29-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer is nominated for Can’t Get Enough of This Song for her hit collaboration with Nicki Minaj, “Tusa,” Breaking the Internet, and Nailed It, for having the best manicure.

Bad Bunny picked up eight nominations, including The Traffic Jam (for songs you listen to while stuck in traffic) for “En Casita,” Sneakerhead and Scroll Stopper.

Other nominees include Anuel AA (7), Daddy Yankee (5), Manuel Turizo (5), Banda MS (4), Maluma (4),Sebastian Yatra (4), and Jennifer Lopez (3).

The New Generation – Female nominees include Jessie Reyez and Mariah, while the New Generation – Male nominees include Jhay CortezLunay and Myke Towers.

The 17th edition of the awards show includes 28 different categories with new and modified categories Spicy Regional SongsThe Perfect MixThe QuarantuneOMG Collaboration#StayAtHomeConcert and Influencer with a Cause.

For the first time, Ana Patricia GámezFrancisca Lachapel, and Borja Voces will host the three-hour live event beginning at 8:00 pm ET on Thursday, August 13, preceded by “PJ Takeover,” a one-hour pre-show hosted by Jomari Goyso, Clarissa Molina and Amara La Negra, beginning at 7:00 pm ET.

Celebrating the hottest artists in Latin music, pop culture, digital media, fashion, TV, and social media, the annual ceremony will air in a different and creative way, keeping safety top of mind.

The show will include a virtual audience, an innovative integration of the latest state-of-the-art, augmented, and virtual reality technologies for award presentations, intros, and musical performances. In true PJ fashion, the 2020 event is set to inspire, motivate and lead, honoring Agents of Change, including the young frontline heroes during the current global health crisis.

PJ 2020 will broadcast live from Miami and feature artist performances, with organizers leveraging technology and innovation to provide a safe environment in delivering a live music awards show.

Fans can vote for their favorite artists on Premios Juventud.com.

Here’s the full list of nominees:

Producer you know by Shout-Out (When an artist shouts out the producer’s name)
CHRIS JEDAY & GABY MUSIC DIMELO FLOW
DJ SNAKE
PLAY N SKILL
OVY ON THE DRUMS
SKY ROMPIENDO
STEVE AOKI
SUBELO NEO
TAINY
WILL.I.AM

The New Generation – Female (New female artist that make us dance)
CAZZU
EMILIA
JESSIE REYEZ
MARIAH
YENNIS

The New Generation – Male (New male artist that make us dance)
EL ALFA
JHAY CORTEZ
LUNAY
MYKE TOWERS
RAUW ALEJANDRO

The New Regional Mexican Generation (NewRegional Mexican Artist)
ALEX FERNÁNDEZ
CARIN LEÓN
GRUPO FIRME
NATANAEL CANO
NETO BERNAL

Spicy Regional Songs (Regional Mexican songs with “spicy” lyrics)
“Amor Tumbado” – NATANAEL CANO
“Cosas De La Clica” – HERENCIA DE PATRONES
“El Amor No Fue Pa’ Mi” – GRUPO FIRME FT. BANDA COLOSO
“El Circo” – EL FANTASMA
“Yo Ya No Vuelvo Contigo” – LENIN RAMÍREZ FT. GRUPO FIRME

The Traffic Jam (Songs you listen to while stuck in traffic)
“China” – ANUEL AA FT. DADDY YANKEE, KAROL G, OZUNA & J BALVIN
“Escondidos” – LA ADICTIVA
“Me Quedaré Contigo” – PITBULL X NE-YO FT. LENIER & EL MICHA
“No Elegí Conocerte” – BANDA SINALOENSE MS DE SERGIO LIZÁRRAGA
“Que Tire Pa’ ‘Lante” – DADDY YANKEE

Can’t Get Enough Of This Song (Songs you can’t stop singing)
“Mi Meta Contigo” – BANDA LOS SEBASTIANES
“Pegao” – CNCO FT. MANUEL TURIZO
“Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life)” – BLACK EYED PEAS & J BALVIN
“Se Me Olvidó” – CHRISTIAN NODAL
“TUSA” – KAROL G FT. NICKI MINAJ

The Perfect Mix (Best collaboration song)
“China” – ANUEL AA FT. DADDY YANKEE, KAROL G, OZUNA & J BALVIN
“Indeciso” – REIK, J BALVIN & LALO EBRATT
“Pegao” – CNCO FT. MANUEL TURIZO
“Qué Maldición” – BANDA SINALOENSE MS DE SERGIO LIZÁRRAGA FT. SNOOP DOGG
“Qué Pena” – MALUMA FT. J BALVIN

The Quarentune (Songs born during quarantine)
“Cuando Amanezca” – NIBAL, JUSTIN QUILES, DANNY OCEAN, FEID
“Color Esperanza (2020)” – Artistas múltiples: DIEGO TORRES, NICKY JAM, REIK, CAMILO, FARRUKO, RUBÉN BLADES, CAMILA, CARLOS VIVES, MAU Y RICKY, THALÍA, LESLIE GRACE, RAUW ALEJANDRO, PRINCE ROYCE, PEDRO CAPÓ, KANY GARCÍA, LEONEL GARCIA, RÍO ROMA, DIEGO EL CIGALA, JORGE VILLAMIZAR, CARLOS RIVERA, IVETE SANGALO, COTI SOROKIN, LALI, GENTE DE ZONA, FONSECA, DANI MARTÍN, MANUEL TURIZO, ÁNGELA TORRES, ARA MALIKIAN , DILSINHO
“El Mundo Afuera” – ALEJANDRO SANZ
“El Tiempo Pasa (Cuarentena)” – FARRUKO
“En Casita” – BAD BUNNY
“Es Hora De Unirse” – BANDA SINALOENSE MS DE SERGIO LIZÁRRAGA
“Esta Cuarentena” – ABRAHAM MATEO
“I Believe That We Will Win” – PITBULL
“Resistencia” – KENDO KAPONI
“Tomar Distancia” – PISO 21

OMG Collaboration (Unexpected collaborations)
BANDA SINALOENSE MS DE SERGIO LIZÁRRAGA & SNOOP DOGG – “Qué Maldición”
NATANAEL CANO & BAD BUNNY – “Soy El Diablo (Remix)”
REYKON & WILLIE COLÓN – “Perriando (La Murga Remix)”
SHAKIRA & ANUEL AA – “Me Gusta”
T3R ELEMENTO & FARRUKO – “DEL Barrio A La Ciudad”

And Featuring… (The artist that everyone wants to sing with)
ANUEL AA
DADDY YANKEE
J BALVIN
MANUEL TURIZO
NATTI NATASHA

Can’t Get Enough (Artist that I follow on social media that I always want to see)
BAD BUNNY
FRIDA SOFÍA
JENNIFER LOPEZ
KAROL G
SEBASTIÁN YATRA

Together They Fire Up My Feed (Couple or friends that appear on each others’ feeds)
CAMILA CABELLO & SHAWN MENDES
KAROL G & ANUEL AA
NICKY JAM & CYDNEY MOREAU
ROSALÍA & KYLIE JENNER
SEBASTIÁN YATRA & MAU Y RICKY

Scroll Stopper (Artists that halt us from scrolling just to see their posts)
BAD BUNNY
CARDI B
GUAYNAA
SEBASTIÁN YATRA
THALÍA

#Pet Goals (Artists that post with their pets)
EL DASA CON BENITO
FRIDA SOFÍA CON PHILLIPPE
J BALVIN CON PAZ Y FELICIDAD
KAROL G Y ANUEL AA CON GOKU
MALUMA CON BONNIE Y CLYDE

#Stay Home Concert (Best at-home concert)
ALEJANDRO SANZ & JUANES – “#LaGiraSeQuedaEnCasa”
CARLOS VIVES – “#NoTeVayasDeTuCasa El Show de Carlos Vives”
CHRISTIAN NODAL – “Juntos Por La Música #StayHome #WithMe #QuédateEnCasa
GERARDO ORTIZ – “Juntos Por La Música #StayHome #WithMe #QuédateEnCasa”
SECH – “#YouTubeAndChill Concert”

Breaking the Internet (Artists that post pictures that break the internet)
CHIQUIS RIVERA
KAROL G
LUNAY
MALUMA
NATTI NATASHA

Triple Threat (Influencer that does it all and dominates at least 3 areas: Social Media platforms, television, film or music)
DANILEIGH
JUANPA ZURITA
ISABELA MERCED
LUISA FERNANDA W
MARIO BAUTISTA

Name a Better Duo (Friends, siblings or couples that frequently create content together)
ANALISSE & KAT RODRÍGUEZ
CALLE Y POCHÉ
JUANPA ZURITA & MARIO RUIZ
KAREN GONZÁLEZ & SEBASTIÁN ROBLES
MARTÍNEZ TWINS

Best LOL Award (Funny content creators)
ALEX GUZMAN (BLESIV)
GADIEL DEL ORBE
LEJUAN JAMES
LOUIE CASTRO
SALICE ROSE

Influencer With A Cause (Influencers who use their platforms for a good cause)
CANELO ÁLVAREZ
EDWIN CASTRO
INDYA MOORE
JESSICA Y JP DOMINGUEZ
JULISSA CALDERÓN

High Fashion (Always dressed “High Fashion” for Red Carpet Events)
BAD BUNNY
JENNIFER LOPEZ
MALUMA
SOFÍA CARSON
THALÍA

Trendsetter (Setting Fashion Trends)
BAD BUNNY
BILLIE EILISH
CAZZU
J BALVIN|
SOFÍA REYES

Sneakerhead (Loves sneakers more than anything)
BAD BUNNY
DE LA GHETTO
J BALVIN
KAROL G
ROSALÍA

Hair Obsessed (Has the trendiest hairstyles)
AMARA LA NEGRA
CAMILO
J BALVIN
JENNIFER LOPEZ
PABLLO VITTAR

Nailed It (Has the best “Manicure”)
BAD BUNNY
BILLIE EILISH
CARDI B
KAROL G
ROSALÍA

This Choreo Is On Fire (Best dance choreography in a music video)
“Aguardiente” – GREEICY
“Amarillo” – J BALVIN
“Bogaloo Supreme” – VICTOR MANUELLE Y WISIN
“Que Tire Pa’ ‘Lante” – DADDY YANKEE
“Whine Up” – NICKY JAM Y ANUEL AA

Video With A Purpose (Video with best social messaging)
“Aleluya” – REIK Y MANUEL TURIZO
“Me Estás Matanado” – NATTI NATASHA
“No Ha Parado De Llover” – MANÁ Y SEBASTIÁN YATRA
“Rojo” – J BALVIN
“Tiburones” – RICKY MARTIN

Sky Rompiendo Signs Exclusive Multi-Year Worldwide Deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Sky Rompiendo is switching alliances…

Sony/ATV Music Publishing entered an exclusive multi-year worldwide publishing agreement with the Colombian producer and songwriter.

Sky Rompiendo

Formerly signed to Warner Chappell Music, Sky Rompiendo joins Sony’s roster as his career is on the rise. 

“This is a new challenge,” Sky said about the deal. “With the experience I have gained over the years coupled with this new alliance, I hope that I will be able to discover just how far music will take me.”

J Balvin‘s executive producer and longtime collaborator, Sky produced Balvin’s Colores, which peaked at No. 2 on Billboard‘sTop Latin Albums chart and debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard 200.

Sky is one of the foremost producers and songwriters working in music today,” said Jorge Mejía, president and CEO of Sony/ATV Music Publishing’s Latin American and U.S. Latin. “We are honored to have him join our family, and are so looking forward to being part of what’s next!”

Currently, the five-time Latin Grammy-winning producer is working with RosalíaManuel Turizo and Nicky Jam, among others. 

Most recently, the chart-topping producer co-produced Rosalía and Travis Scott‘s “TKN,” which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated June 13.

Sebastián Yatra Earns 7th No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart with “TBT,” Featuring Rauw Alejandro & Manuel Turizo

Sebastián Yatra reigns supreme…

The 25-year-old Colombian singer/songwriter’s “TBT” single with Rauw Alejandro and Manuel Turizo has risen to the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart dated July 4, dethroning the  Black Eyed PeasOzuna and J. Rey Soul’s from their one-week reign with “Mamacita.”

Sebastian Yatra

“I wrote this song over a year ago with Sech in Miami,” says Yatra. “We started writing a story based on personal situations we were both going through over a guitar riff. It’s a reggaetóntune with strong pop elements co-produced by the XAXO brothers with Andrés Torres and Mauricio Rengifo. It also has its romantic touch, which is something I vibrate with strongly.”

Yatra, Alejandro and Turizo reach the summit in the song’s 14th week thanks to its 12.42 million in audience impressions (up 7 percent) earned in the week ending June 28, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

“Its journey to the top is a reflection of how the song has been getting into people little by little,” Yatra continues. “It’s also a reflection of the perseverance of my team at Universal. Nowadays it is very easy to release a song and get lost in so many things — the news, our daily routines. We’ve done a nice job with ‘TBT.’”

It’s the first No. 1 for Alejandro, who began his Latin Airplaycareer a little over a year ago when he secured his first chart entry with “Luz Apaga,” with Ozuna and Lyanno (No. 48 peak, Feb. 16, 2019-dated survey).

“I was super happy to work with Manuel Turizo and Rauw Alejandro, who are both on fire these days,” Yatra adds. “They are not only extremely talented, but both have big hearts. So happy to be next to Rauw as he gets his first No. 1 on Latin Airplay. Without a doubt he’s one of the few newcomers who will leave a mark. I’m such a fan of him, his versatility and ability to create.”

As “TBT” hits No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart, Yatra nabs his seventh leader. His first No. 1 dates back to when “Robarte Un Beso,” with Carlos Vives, ruled for one week in January 2018. 

Turizo, meanwhile secures his second No. 1.

Elsewhere on the Latin charts, “TBT” remains atop the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart for a second week, and moves into the top 20 on Hot Latin Songs, which blends airplay, digital sales and streaming data.

Alejandro joins a group of other eight acts who have claimed their first No. 1 in 2020:

Artist, Song Title, Date Reached No. 1
Black Eyed Peas, “Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life),” with J Balvin, Feb. 8
Nicki Minaj, “Tusa,” with Karol G, Feb. 15
Static & Ben El, “Súbelo (Further Up),” with Pitbull and Chesca, March 28
Chesca, “Súbelo (Further Up),” with Static & Ben El and Pitbull, March 28
Ne-Yo, “Me Quedaré Contigo,” with Pitbull, featuring Lenier and El Micha, April 18
Lenier, “Me Quedaré Contigo,” with Pitbull, Ne-Yo, also featuring El Micha, April 18
El Micha, “Me Quedaré Contigo,” with Pitbull, Ne-Yo, also featuring Lenier, April 18
J.Rey Soul, “Mamacita,” with Black Eyed Peas, June 20
Camilo, “Si Me Dices Que Si,” with Reik and Farruko, June 27
Rauw Alejandro, “TBT,” with Sebastián Yatra and Manuel Turizo, July 4

Sebastian Yatra’s “TBT” with Rauw Alejandro & Manuel Turizo Hits No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Rhythm Airplay Chart

Sebastian Yatra is at the top of his singing game…

The 25-year-old Colombian singer’s “TBT” single with Rauw Alejandro and Manuel Turizo has reached the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Latin Rhythm Airplay chart dated June 27.

Sebastian Yatra

The track rises to the top spot after spending three weeks in the top 10.

“TBT” ascends 3-1 thanks to a lofty 62% in audience impressions (to 12 million) earned in the week ending June 21, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, and pushes up the overall Latin Airplay chart, jumping 5-2.

“TBT” dethrones the Black Eyed Peas’ one-week reign with “Mamacita,” with Ozuna and J.Rey Soul on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart.