La Fiera de Ojinaga Earns Second No. 1 on Billboard’s Regional Mexican Airplay Chart with “Neta Que No”

La Fiera de Ojinaga has earned a second chart-topper…

The an up-and-coming Mexican Regional Musican band has scored its second career No. 1 on the Billboard Regional Mexican Airplay chart dated January 20 as its latest single, “Neta Que No,” rises from No. 2 to No. 1.

La Fiera de OjinagaThe group previously topped the chart with “La Luna de Miel” in 2022.

“Neta Que No” rules the chart after a 17% surge in radio airplay audience impressions, to 7.3 million earned in the U.S. in the January 5-11 tracking week, according to Luminate.

The track takes home the chart’s Greatest Gainer trophy, awarded to the song with the largest gain in audience impressions among the chart’s 40 titles.

The track succeeds Julión Álvarez y Su Norteño Banda’s “Buscandole A La Suerte,” which drops to No. 2 after one week at the helm.

“Neta Que No,” released August 11 via Azteca/Fonovisa/UMLE, was written by Cesar Morquecho and Eduardo Anguiano, and produced by Humberto Novoa and Mauricio Palma.

The single earns Azteca its fifth No. 1 at the format, after “La Luna de Miel” (2022) and three leaders by La Maquinaria Norteña: “50 y Cincuenta” (2022), “Eres Ese Algo” (2023) and “Te Quiero Ver” (2023).

La Fiera De Ojinaga has charted 16 songs at the Regional Mexican Airplay format. Of those, seven have reached the top 10. Here’s a recap, listed chronologically:

La Fiera de Ojinaga’s Top 10 Hits on Regional Mexican Airplay
“En Otro Canal,” No. 5 peak, 2020
“No Paras de Hacerme Feliz,” No. 2, 2022
“La Luna de Miel,” No. 1, 2022
“Beses A Quien Beses,” No. 6, 2022
“Maldita Soledad,” No. 7, 2023
“900 Cigarros,” No. 2, 2023
“Neta Que No,” No. 1, 2024

Elsewhere, “Neta Que No” rises 8-5 on the overall Latin Airplay list, reaching a new high. It ties the group’s “900 Cigarros” as its highest charting song on the ranking to date.