Bad Bunny Extends Record for Most Top 10 Tracks on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs Chart with “Un Preview”

Bad Bunny has extended his lead…

The 29-year-old Puerto Rican Grammy-winning superstar has extended his top 10 record on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart to 63 top 10s with “Un Preview,” as the song debuts at No. 8 on the October 7-dated list.

Bad BunnyAfter Bad Bunny dropped the Tainy, MAG and La Paciencia-produced track on his WhatsApp channel as a look of what’s coming in 2024, the song debuted in the upper region fueled almost entirely by streams. 

According to Luminate, “Un Preview” registered 7.6 million official U.S. streams in its first four days of activity as it was released September 25 — four days after the launch of the September 22 tracking week (ending September 28).

The 7.6 million streams in its first week yields a No. 5 start on Latin Streaming Songs, also for his record-extending 68th top 10 on the streaming list.

Sales, meanwhile, concurrently assist “Un Preview’s” high start on the multimetric tally: It sold 1,000 downloads, enough for a No. 2 start on Latin Digital Song Sales.

Bad Bunny ups his top 10 career count to 63 on Hot Latin Songs, way ahead of Enrique Iglesias and Luis Miguel, who are tied for second place with 39 top 10s.

As Bad Bunny continues to lap the competition, here’s the scoreboard for the artists with the most top 10s on Hot Latin Songs since the chart launched in 1986:

63, Bad Bunny
39, Enrique Iglesias
39, Luis Miguel
37, Daddy Yankee
35, J Balvin
35, Shakira
29, Chayanne
29, Cristian Castro
29, Ozuna

Further, “Un Preview” debuts at No. 37 on Billboard Global 200 with 26.3 million streams worldwide, while logs 18.8 million outside the U.S. for a No, 42 on Global Excl. U.S.

Luis Miguel to Perform in Acapulco as Part of Extended Luis Miguel Tour 2023

Luis Miguel is headed to Acapulco…

The 53-year-old Puerto Rican-born Mexican singer and record producer, known as El Sol de México, will shine in the emblematic Mexican port.

Luis Miguel

The superstar will return to one of the most symbolic places of his artistic career as part of his continental Luis Miguel Tour 2023. On December 27, he will land at the GNP Arena in that city, promoters ECO Live and GOJO Live announced in a statement on Thursday.

Luis Miguel will return to the famous beach resort in the state of Guerrero after a five-year hiatus as part of the new dates announced for his 2023 tour. His first stint began on August 3 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and he’s now added Acapulco, as well as another date in Mayakoba, Riviera Maya, on December 31.

ECO Live and GOJO Live said all information regarding his show in Acapulco “will be communicated soon.” On Wednesday, the governor of Guerrero, Evelyn Salgado Pineda, celebrated the return of the famous performer on her X (formerly Twitter) account.

“In Guerrero the Sun will shine stronger than ever to close 2023 with a bang. It gives me great pleasure to share with you the announcement of the return of @LMXLM in concert in Acapulco,” Salgado Pineda wrote in Spanish.

The Acapulco beach resort became a symbolic place for the “No Sé Tú” singer because of a luxurious mansion that belonged to him in the ’90s located there. Nestled in the exclusive Bonfil Beach, now called Punta Diamante, the house was characterized by its yellow color and huge windows that gave a wonderful view of the beach.

Micky, as he was affectionately known in his adolescence, lived for several years in that mansion in Acapulco, which then became his center of operations, before moving to Los Angeles and later to Miami.

His time in Acapulco was also portrayed in the 2018 Netflix bioseries Luis Miguel: The Series.

Miguel, who has placed 16 titles at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs chart and nine on Top Latin Albums, reached a new record on July 19 after becoming the Latin American artist with the highest number of songs on the Spotify platform with 23, and more than 100 million streams.

In September, the singer will kick off the North American leg of his CMN-produced tour, visiting key cities such as Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami and Los Angeles, before concluding Dec. 31 in Riviera Maya, Mexico.

Following the success of his 2023 continental tour, the superstar announced Monday 50 additional dates for his Luis Miguel Tour 2024.

Luis Miguel Adds 50 Additional Dates to “Luis Miguel Tour” in 2024

Luis Miguel will be spending more time on the road…

After strong sales of the 65 dates of his Luis Miguel Tour 2023, which will play until the end of the year, the 53-year-old Mexican singer and record producer has announced plans to extend his trek through 2024.

Luis MiguelMiguel will play 50 additional dates next year, making stops in Central and South America, the United States, Canada and Europe.

Luis Miguel Tour 2024 will officially kick off in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic on January 20, 2024, and will go to Central and South America before circling back to the U.S., April 4 in Seattle, WA. He’ll then play 32 dates, ending June 16 in Greensboro, North Carolina. The shows will be produced by CMN and Fenix, who are also producing the current leg of the tour.

Miguel’s 2023 tour officially kicked off on August 3 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with the singer performing over 50 songs from his vast catalog, including timeless hits such as “La incondicional,” “Ahora te puedes marchar,” and “Hasta que me olvides.”

The highly-anticipated tour is Miguel’s first outing since his 2018-2019 México por Siempre tour, which grossed $101.4 million and sold 965,000 tickets across 116 shows, according to Billboard Boxscore. It was the highest grossing Latin tour in Boxscore history until last year when Bad Bunny‘El Último Tour del Mundo and World’s Hottest Tour surpassed it.

The México por Siempre tour coincided with the first season of Luis Miguel: The Series, based on Miguel’s life and premiering in April 2018. The second and third seasons of the series streamed on Netflix in 2021, in the middle of the pandemic, heightening interest in Miguel and his catalog, despite the fact that he hasn’t released a studio album since 2017’s ¡Mexico Por Siempre!

Luis Miguel Tour 2024 tickets go on presale Thursday, August 10 at 10 am ET, and all tickets will go on sale onn Aug. 11 for the U.S.

Ticket sales in other countries will be announced individually.

Luis Miguel Tour 2024 dates:

Jan. 20 — Santo Domingo, Rep. Dominicana
Jan. 23 — San Juan, Puerto Rico
Jan. 27 — Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala
Jan. 30 — San Salvador, El Salvador
Feb. 2 — Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Feb. 5 — Managua, Nicaragua
Feb. 8 — San José, Costa Rica
Feb. 12 — Caracas, Venezuela
Feb. 15 — Medellín, Colombia
Feb. 17 — Bogotá, Colombia
Feb. 21 — Quito, Ecuador
Feb. 24 — Lima, Perú
March 2 — Santiago, Chile
March 8 — Buenos Aires, Argentina
March 14 — Córdoba, Argentina
March 16 — Montevideo, Uruguay
March 20 — Asunción, Paraguay
March 23 — Sao Paolo, Brasil
March 28 — Santa Cruz, Bolivia
April 4 — Seattle, WA
April 5 — Portland, OR
April 7 — Sacramento, CA
April 11 — San Francisco, CA
April 13 — Fresno, CA
April 14 — San Jose, CA
April 17 — Los Angeles, CA
April 19 — Las Vegas, NV
April 20 — Glendale, AZ
April 25 — Palm Desert, CA
April 26 — Ontario, CA
April 28 — Salt Lake City, UT
May 2 — El Paso, TX
May 4 — Laredo, TX
May 5 — Austin, TX
May 8 — Dallas, TX
May 10 — Hidalgo, TX
May 11 — San Antonio, TX
May 15 — Houston, TX
May 18 — Atlanta, GA
May 23 — Toronto, Canadá
May 24 — Montreal, Canadá
May 26 — Minneapolis, MN
May 30 — Chicago, IL
June 1 — Brooklyn, NY
June 2 — Uncasville, CT
June 5 — Orlando, FL
June 6 — Sunrise, FL
June 8 — Miami, FL
June 12 — New Orleans
June 14 — Nashville, TN
June 16 — Greensboro, NC

Luis Miguel Announces 43-Date North & South American Tour

Luis Miguel is hitting the road…

The 53-year-old Mexican singer, known as El Sol de Mexico, has revealed the dates for his 43-date stint in North and South America that will kick off on August 3 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Luis-MiguelThe trek will visit major cities in the U.S. such as Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami and Los Angeles before wrapping up on December 17 in Guadalajara, Mexico. The tour is produced by CMN.

It’s Luis Miguel’s first tour in years. His last tour — México Por Siempre, which ran from 2018 to 2019 — grossed $101.4 million and sold 965,000 tickets across 116 shows, according to Billboard Boxscore.

It was the highest grossing Latin tour in Boxscore history until last year when Bad Bunny‘s El Último Tour del Mundo and World’s Hottest Tour surpassed it.

The anticipation for this trek began when Luis Miguel simply posted on Instagram “Luis Miguel Tour 2023” in February without offering more details.

Whether he’ll drop new music to coincide with the tour is still up in the air.

The elusive artist released ¡MÉXICO Por Siempre! in 2017, which won album of the year at the Latin Grammy Awards.

Luis Miguel is one of Latin music’s biggest star and one of the top vocalists of his generation. The chart-topping artist has notched 16 No. 1 songs on Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs chart, and nine leaders on the Top Latin Albums tally.

Diego Boneta Starring in the Paramount+ Romantic Comedy “At Midnight”

The clock is ticking for Diego Boneta

The 32-year-old Mexican actor and Luis Miguel: La Series star is starring in the Paramount+ romantic comedy At Midnight, which will premiere on February 10.

Diego Boneta“You won’t hear me sing but you’ll see me dance with my co-star Monica Barbaro,” says Boneta. “We wanted to do something different. Luis Miguel was a big part of my life these past 5 years and it was an amazing experience, At Midnight is its own thing. It’s a love letter to Mexico, as well. There aren’t enough rom-coms shot there in the same vein as Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Midnight in Paris. Mexico is a character in this film and you’ll see it through the eyes of our director Jonah (Feingold).”

At Midnight centers around Alejandro (Boneta), an ambitious hotel manager, and Sophie (Barbaro) a movie star navigating the politics of Hollywood. He’s focused on opening his own boutique hotel. She’s trying to focus on shooting her new superhero film Super Society 3, in hopes of getting her own spinoff, but catches her co-star (and boyfriend!) Adam (Anders Holm) cheating. Fate strikes when the shoot brings them all to Alejandro’s hotel in Mexico.

Barbaro, who is fresh off her role in Top Gun: Maverick, shared what a great time she had in Mexico City where her family hails from. She also revealed what attracted her the most to the project—celebrating the beauty of Mexico.

“The Diego introduction to Mexico City means you go to the best of the best restaurants. Even if no tables are available, they will make room for Diego. The experience was a whole different thing, not in a bad way. That was a lot of fun” she laughed.

“I was always very aware of how Mexico is represented [in media] like it’s a desert wasteland, which is not the case,” she added. “That should be obvious, but it really isn’t to some people. Mexico City is truly a city and it feels just like New York City does. Every city has its own personality. That’s one of the reasons I was really drawn to this project. Representing Mexico City in a way that a local would and highlighting it as it actually is and not some Hollywood idea of what it is.”

Bad Bunny Extends Record on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs Chart with Two New Top 10 Singles

Bad Bunny continues volando into the record books…

The 27-year-old Puerto Rican singer has collected his record-extending 42nd and 43rd top 10s on BillboardHot Latin Songs chart as “De Museo” rises 11-8 and “Volando,” by Mora, Bad Bunny and Sech, debuts at No. 7, on the July 24-dated survey.

Bad Bunny W Magazine Cover

The former rises on the strength of streaming activity: It earned 6.2 million U.S. streams, up 34%, in the week ending July 15, according to MRC Data.

As for “Volando,” the cut — which was originally a solo track by Mora — garnered a new remix on July 8 with Bad Bunny and Sech. As the remix drives the bulk of the song’s chart activity, all three artists are credited. It’s the first top 10 for Mora. The track registered 6.4 million streams in the U.S., enough for a No. 5 start on Latin Streaming Songs.

Bad Bunny’s 43 top 10s are the most since the chart launched in 1986. Enrique Iglesias and Luis Miguel continue to be tied for the second-most, both with 39.

Here’s a look at the Latin artists with the most top 10s (at least 29) on the multi-metric (airplay, digital sales, and streams) Hot Latin Songs chart:

43, Bad Bunny
39, Enrique Iglesias
39, Luis Miguel
36, Daddy Yankee
34, J Balvin
30, Shakira
29, Chayanne
29, Cristian Castro

“De Museo,” Bad Bunny’s second new solo single of 2021, follows his five-week ruler “Yonaguni” which this week falls 1-2, as Kali Uchis’ “Telepatía” retakes the crown. The latter earlier spent four weeks atop the list.

With “De Museo” entering the top 10, Bad Bunny rises to 556 weeks in the chart’s top tier, the fourth-most weeks in the region, trailing Daddy Yankee who remains at the helm with a total of 629 weeks, J Balvin (621), and Enrique Iglesias (620).

Beyond its progress on Hot Latin Songs, “De Museo” makes its first visit on Billboard’s all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart, arriving at No. 94. The track joins another Bad Bunny debut: “Volando,” with Mora and Sech, at No. 89, for a total of four placements on the tally as “Yonaguni” and “AM,” with Nio García and J Balvin, rank at No. 38 and No. 66, respectively.

Netflix Renews Diego Boneta’s “Luis Miguel: La Serie” for Third & Final Season

There are more Luismi moments in Diego Boneta’s future…

Netflix has renewed the 30-year-old Mexican singer/actor’s Luis Miguel: La Serie for a third and final season.

Diego Boneta

The announcement comes ahead of the series’ Season 2 finale.

The musical biopic series, a production of MGM and Gato Grande Productions, a joint venture between MGM and Mexican entrepreneurs Miguel Alemán Magnani and Antonio Cue, is touted as the only officially authorized series about the fiercely private titular international Latino sensation and multi-platinum artist.

In Season 2, returning lead Boneta stars as the Grammy and Latin Grammy award-winning Puerto Rican-born Mexican singer Luis Miguel.

Diego Boneta, Luis Miguel: The Series

The show also features Macarena Achaga as ‘Luismi’s’ daughter Michelle Salas; Fernando Guallar as Mauricio Ambrosi; Pablo Cruz Guerrero as Patricio Robles; Juan Ignacio Cane as José Pérez; Teresa Ruiz as Azucena; Valery Sais as young Michelle and Axel Llunas as her younger brother.

The series intimately explores the difficulties Miguel faced to balance his family and his professional life and public persona, from the start of his flourishing career as a child star up to the early aughts.

Details about Season 3’s cast have yet to be confirmed.

The second season of “Luis Miguel: La Serie” was directed by Humberto Hinojosa and Adrian Grunberg, with scripts by Daniel Krauze, Ana Sofia Clerici, Anton Goenechea, Diego Ayala, Karin Valecillos and Paulina Barros.

Mark Burnett, Carla González Vargas, Pablo Cruz and Boneta executive produced.

It premiered worldwide on Netflix on April 18 and consisted of eight, hourlong episodes. Other Season 2 stars include Sergio Basteri; Camila Sodi; Cesar Bordon; Juan Pablo Zurita; Cesar Santana; Martin Bello; Lola Casamayor; Pilar Santacruz; Kevin Holt and Gabriel Nuncio.

Mark Burnett, current chair of MGM Television Group, helped develop the series and led Gato Grande in its first scripted project aimed at the burgeoning U.S. Hispanic market.

Luis Miguel: La Serie was first distributed in Latin America and Spain by Netflix in 2018.

Macarena Achaga to Star Opposite Andy Garcia in “Father of the Bride” Reboot

Macarena Achaga is hearing wedding bells…

The 29-year-old Argentine-Mexican model, actress and singer is set to join Andy Garcia in the Father of the Bride reboot, which Gaz Alazraki will direct.

Macarena Achaga,

The film will revolve around a Cuban-American family, based on a script from Matt Lopez.

The film will tell the story of a father coming to grips with his daughter’s upcoming wedding through the prism of multiple relationships within a big, sprawling Cuban-American family. It will be more of a rom-com than previous versions of film. While this will mark the third iteration of the story, sources say this will be more in the vein of the original Spencer Tracy film and not the Steve Martin franchise from the 1990s.

Achaga will be playing the stepmother to the groom. Gloria Estefan is set to play Garcia’s wife, with Adria Arjona tapped to play the bride-to-be. Diego Boneta is on board to play the groom.

Dede Garner and Jeremy Kleiner will produce for Plan B Entertainment. Garcia and Paul Perez will executive produce.

Achaga stars in Netflix’s international hit series, Luis Miguel, playing Luis’ daughter, Michelle. She also can be seen starring in popular Mexican series such as Amar a MuerteJuliantina and El Candidto.

Neto Bernal Releases New Version of Luis Miguel-Hit “Hasta Que Me Olvides”

Neto Bernal isn’t forgetting an iconic hit… He’s reimagining it!

The 23-year-old Mexican Regional Mexican music newcomer has released “Hasta Que Me Olvides,” his sierreño version of Luis Miguel’s 1993 hit written by Juan Luis Guerra.

Neto Bernal

The heartfelt track, on which Bernal beautifully flaunts his powerhouse vocals, is the lead single from Bernal’s new EP of the same name.

The set is home to six tracks, including the mariachi version of “Si Quieres” in collaboration with Carolina Ross.

Eden Muñoz and Salvador Aponte also worked on the project as composers.

An emotional music video shows Neto and his onscreen girlfriend get in a car accident and stay by each other’s sides during the recovery. 

Netflix to Release Season Two of Diego Boneta-Starrer “Luis Miguel: The Series” in April

Diego Boneta is ready for his next round of Sol-shine

Netflix will release the second season of Luis Miguel: The Series, starring the 30-year-old Mexican actor/singer as the Mexican singer known as El Sol de México, on April 18, 2021, via Netflix.

Diego Boneta, Luis Miguel: The Series

The premiere comes almost three years after season one aired on April 22, 2018, and the day before Luis Miguel’s 51st birthday.

“The brighter the sun, the darker the shadows,” reads a 52-second teaser.

The series highlights Luismi‘s childhood, musical career, and the whereabouts of his missing mother, Marcela Basteri.

“The preparation and the process for this were unlike anything I’ve ever done,” Boneta said during Billboard’s 2018 Latin Music Week in Las Vegas. “I pretty much had a year to only prepare for this, which is an insane amount of time.”


Netflix revealed that a new episode of Luis Miguel: The Series will air every Sunday starting on April 18.