Peso Pluma’s “Éxodo” Rises to No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums Chart

Peso Pluma is celebrating a chart-topping release…

The 25-year-old Mexican Grammy-winning Regional Mexican singer-songwriter is back at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart with Éxodo, his fourth studio set which rises 41-1 on the July 6-dated list.

Peso PlumaThe set also launches at No. 5 on the overall Billboard 200 list.

Peso Pluma’s latest chart-topper comes only three months after Génesis clocked its 28th week (and so far final week) at No. 1 on the chart.

Éxodo debuted at No. 41 on Top Latin Albums charted dated June 22 with only one day of activity, as the album was released June 20 via Double P, the last day of the tracking week. According to Luminate, the 24-song set (21 of which are collaborations), generated 64,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. during the 21-27 tracking week.

Streaming units comprise essentially all Éxodo’s second week of activity, with a little over 63,000 units deriving from that consumption method. That sum equates to 87.5 million on-demand official streams of the album’s 24 songs. Traditional album sales and track sales, meanwhile, supply the remaining 1,000. One unit equals one album sale, 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid/subscription on-demand official audio and video streams for a song on the album.

Éxodo becomes just the second album by a Regional Mexican act to land at the summit on Top Latin Albums in 2024, following Fuerza Régida’s Pa Las Baby’s y Belikeada, which led for three weeks between April and May.

Beyond its coronation on Top Latin AlbumsÉxodo likewise rallies 19-1 on Regional Mexican Albums, where Peso replaces himself at No. 1. The new set sends Génesis to No. 2 with a 4% dip in overall units, to 17,000.

The last act to swap No. 1 positions on the chart was Eslabon Armado, whose album Tu Veneno Mortal, Vol. 2 ceded the throne after three weeks to Armado’s Corta Venas, rebounding to the summit on the chart dated July 31, 2021, for its 18th week atop then. (The latter ruled for a total of 54 weeks, the third-most since the list’s inception in 1985.)

Éxodo was preceded by four songs on the multi-metric Hot Latin Songs chart, starting with “La Durango,” with Junior H and Eslabón Armado, which rallies 20-9 with the Greatest Gainer honors, awarded weekly to the song with the largest increase in audience.

La People II” with Tito Double P and Joel De La P, travels 23-18. “Rompe La Dompe,” with Junior H and Oscar Maydon, re-enters at No. 27 after its No. 12 debut and peak (Jan. 13-dated list). “Peso Completo,” with Arcángel reached its No. 42 debut high, while “Teka,” with DJ Snake, climbs 45-36.

Reloj,” with Iván Cornejo, leads 17 debuts on Hot Latin Songs, which combines airplay, digital sales and streaming data, where it opens at No. 3. It was the most streamed song during the debut week, with 7.7. million official U.S. streams in the tracking period.

With the 17 new recruits, plus two songs already on the list and a re-entry, Peso Pulma places 20 total simultaneous titles on the current chart, the most in 2024.

Here’s the full recap of Peso Pluma’s Éxodo on the Hot Latin Songs chart:

No. 3, “Reloj,” with Iván Cornejo
No. 5, “Vino Tinto,” with Natanael Cano & Gabito Ballesteros
No. 6, “La Patrulla,” with Neton Vega
No.9, “La Durango,” with Junior H & Eslabon Armado
No. 11, “Hollywood,” with Estevan Plazola
No. 16, “Mami,” with Chino Pacas
No. 17, “Put Em In The Fridge,” with Cardi B
No. 18, “La People II,” with Tito Double P & Joel de La P
No. 19, “Santal 33,” with Oscar Maydon
No. 20, “Me Activo,” with Jasiel Nuñez
No. 21, “Bruce Wayne,” with Tito Double P
No. 22, “Sr. Smith,” with Luis R Conriquez
No. 24, “Belanova,” with Tito Double P
No. 27, “Rompe La Dompe,” with Junior H & Oscar Maydon
No. 28, “Ice”
No. 29, “Solicitado”
No. 31, “14 – 14”
No. 37, “Pa No Pensar,” with Quavo
No. 40, “Tommy & Pamela,” with Kenia Os
No. 50, “Mala,” with Ryan Castro

Peso Pluma also reaches global success with three new songs on the Billboard Global 200:Vino Tinto,” with Natanael Cano and Gabito Ballesteros, at No. 94, with 18.8 million global streams. “Reloj,” with Iván Cornejo, at No. 130 with 15 million universal clicks, and “La Patrulla,” with Neton Vega, at No. 164, with 13.9 million streams worldwide. “Vino Tinto” likewise launches at No. 109 on the Global Excl. U.S. ranking with 12.8 million streams outside the U.S.

Anuel AA to Make Feature Film Debut in Indie Horror Film “You Lose You Die”

Anuel AA is set to make his big screen debut…

The 31-year-old Puerto Rican rapper and singer, whose real name is Emmanuel Gazmey Santiago, will make his feature debut in Carlos “Spiff TV” Suarez’s indie horror film You Lose You Die.

Anuel AAHe joins previously announced stars Freddy Rodriguez, who also executive produces, and Ashley Elizabeth Fliehr (WWE star Charlotte Flair).

Shooting is due to wrap imminently in the Dominican Republic and the project will be shopped following post-production.

You Lose You Die follows sociopathic tech expert Mr. Fantastik (Rodriguez), who runs a popular show on the dark web with two other sociopathic tech experts, Ms. Perfect (Fliehr) and Mr. Creep (Anthony Alvarez). On the show, thousands of viewers vote on games and challenges for prisoners to participate in. If the prisoners lose, viewers vote on the weapons the sociopaths use to kill them.

In addition to Anuel AA who plays EZ Money, the cast includes Josh Bredl as Mr. Large, Sophia Zimba as Kara, Ashley Hernandez as Julie, Alejandro Duran as Alfonso, Noah Crider as Chase, Marcella Acuña as Christie, Mercy Grant as Darling and Lydia Faith Gomez as Jamie.

Rodriguez, Josue “Sway” Mendez and Ulysses Terrero serve as executive producers, with Mendez also producing.

Michael Patti is director of photography.

Anuel AA is a Latin trap music pioneer. He recorded his debut album Real Hasta La Muerte (2018) which topped the U.S. Top Latin Albums chart.

He has collaborated with notable artists such as Daddy Yankee, Karol G, Ozuna and J Balvin. His hits include “Secreto” and “China.” He won the Billboard Latin Music Award for New Artist of the Year in 2019.

Blessd & Feid Lead Latest Billboard Latin Airplay Chart with “Si Sabe Ferxxo”

Blessd has another chart-topper on his hands…

The 24-year-old Colombian singer-songwriter and rapper, whose real name is Stiven Mesa Londoño. and Feid combine forces atop Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart, as the pair’s first collaboration “Si Sabe Ferxxo“ climbs from No. 7 to lead the list dated June 1.

Blessd & FeidThe new champ is the second team-up by two Colombian artists to rule the overall Latin radio tally in less than a year, after Shakira and Manuel Turizo united at No. 1 through “Copa Vacía” (one week in charge) in October 2023.

Si Sabe Ferxxo” is one of eight collaborative cuts from Blessd’s 14-track album, Si Sabe, which earned the 24-year-old his first entry on any Billboard albums chart, debuting and reaching No. 29 and No. 15 high on the Top Latin Albums and Latin Rhythm Albums charts dated February 10, respectively.

The song advances to the chart’s summit with a 28% gain in audience impressions, up to 8.5 million, earned in the U.S. during the May 17-23 tracking week, according to Luminate.

With “Si Sabe Ferxxo,” Blessd achieves his second No. 1 on Latin Airplay, following his three-way collab “Medallo,” with Justin Quiles and Lenny Tavarez, in May 2022.

For Feid, “Si Sabe Ferxxo” becomes the hitmaker’s eighth No. 1 on the overall radio ranking, which began with “Porfa,” featuring J Balvin, Maluma, Nicky Jam, Sech and Justin Quiles, climbing to No. 1 in August 2020.

Here’s his collection of champs:

Peak, Title, Artist, Weeks at No. 1
Aug. 29, 2020, “Porfa,” with J Balvin, Maluma, Nicky Jam, Sech & Justin Quiles, one
March 4, 2023, “Hey Mor,” with Ozuna, one
April 15, 2023, “Yandel 150,” Yandel, four
Aug. 19, 2023, “Niña Bonita,” with Sean Paul, one
Jan. 13, 2024, “Bubalu,” with Rema, two
April 20, 2024, “Perro Negro,” with Bad Bunny, one
May 4, 2024, “Luna,” with Atl Jacob, two
June 1, 2024, “Si Sabe Ferxxo,” with Blessd, one

As “Si Sabe Ferxxo” rises to No. 1, it unseats another Warner Latina song from the summit: Myke Towers’ “La Capi” dips 1-5 with a 25% decrease in audience impressions, to 7.71 million.

Elsewhere, thanks to its radio haul, “Si Sabe Ferxxo” rises 36-31 with the Greatest Gainer/Airplay honors of the week on the multi-metric Hot Latin Songs chart, which combines airplay, digital sales and streaming data.

Grupo Frontera Announces 38-Date “Jugando A Que No Pasa Nada” North American Tour

Grupo Frontera is ready to take North American by storm…

Less than a week after releasing their sophomore studio album Jugando A Que No Pasa Nada, the Mexican American Regional Mexican group has unveiled dates for its upcoming tour, set to kick off on August 2 in Las Vegas.

Grupo FronteraGrupo Frontera, known for megahits such as “No Se Va” — the Morat cover that catapulted them to stardom — “Tulum” and “un x100to” will embark on a 38-date trek across the United States, Mexico and Canada.

The arena tour, also titled Jugando A Que No Pasa Nada, will visit major U.S. cities including New York (Barclays Center), Dallas (American Airlines Center), Los Angeles (Intuit Dome) and Nashville (Bridgestone Arena).

After wrapping the U.S. leg on October 5 at the Bert Ogden Arena in their hometown of Edinburg, Texas, the band will head out to Mexico for 10 dates.

After having breakout year in 2022, the six-member has since placed eight songs on the Billboard 100, including top 10 hit “un x100to” with Bad Bunny.

The norteño/tejano band’s debut album, Un Comienzo, peaked at No. 4 on the Top Latin Albums chart dated August 19.

Along with the release of their new album — which includes collaborations with acts such as Nicki NicoleMaluma and Morat — Frontera recently nabbed its eighth No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart thanks to the Christian Nodal-assisted “Ya Pedo Quien Sabe.”

The Jugando A Que No Pasa Nada U.S. Tour general onsale will begin on Friday, May 17, at 10 a.m. local time at LiveNation.com.

Here are the tour dates:

Aug. 2 — Las Vegas — T-Mobile Arena
Aug. 3 — Phoenix — Footprint Center
Aug 4 — El Paso, Texas — Don Haskins Center
Aug. 9 — Dallas — American Airlines Center
Aug. 10 — Houston — Toyota Center
Aug. 15 — Laredo, Texas — Sames Auto Arena
Aug. 16 — Austin — Moody Center
Aug. 17 — San Antonio — Frost Bank Center
Aug. 18 — Oklahoma City — Paycom Center
Aug. 21 — Nashville — Bridgestone Arena
Aug. 22 — Atlanta — State Farm Arena
Aug. 24 — Orlando, Fla. — Kia Center
Aug. 25 — Sunrise, Fla. — Amerant Bank Arena
Aug. 27 — Greensboro, N.C. — Greensboro Coliseum
Aug. 29 — Brooklyn, N.Y. — Barclays Center
Aug. 31 — Washington, D.C. — Capital One Arena
Sept. 4 — Montreal, Quebec — Place Bell (Canda)
Sept. 7 — Chicago — Allstate Arena
Sept. 8 — Milwaukee — Fiserv Forum
Sept. 11 — Kansas City, Mo. — T-Mobile Center
Sept. 13 — Salt Lake City — Maverik Center
Sept. 15 — Tacoma, Wash. — Tacoma Dome
Sept. 20 — Los Angeles– Intuit Dome
Sept. 22 — San Francisco — Chase Center
Sept. 26 — Sacramento, Calif. — Golden 1 Center
Sept. 27 — Fresno, Calif. — Save Mart Center
Oct. 2 — San Diego — Viejas Arena
Oct. 5 — Edinburg, Texas — Bert Ogden Arena
Oct. 24 — San Luis Potosí — El Domo (Mexico)
Oct. 26 — León, Guanajuato — Mega Velaria (Mexico)
Oct. 31 — Torreón, Coahuila — Coliseo Centenario (Mexico)
Nov. 2 — Guadalajara, Jalisco — Arena VFG (Mexico)
Nov. 7 — Monterrey, Nuevo León — Arena Monterrey (Mexico)
Nov. 9 — Tijuana, Baja California — Plaza de Toros (Mexico)
Nov. 15 — Mexico City — Palacio de los Depoartes (Mexico)
Nov. 20 — Mérida, Yucatan — Foro GNP Seguros (Mexico)
Nov. 22 — Puebla — Auditorio GNP Seguros (Mexico)
Nov. 23 — Veracruz — WTC (Mexico)

Myke Towers Earns Second No. 1 on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay Chart with “La Capi”

Myke Towers is celebrating another tropical chart-topper…

The 30-year-old Puerto Rican rapper, singer and songwriter has earned his second No. 1 on Billboard’Tropical Airplay chart as “La Capi” rises 2-1 to lead the May 18-dated list.

Myke TowersIt’s the second ruler on the radio ranking for Towers, who first crowned the list with “Travesuras” in 2021. While Towers picks up his second No. 1 with his second entry, he’s notched 30 titles on the Latin Rhythm Airplay ranking, including 11 No. 1s.

“La Capi,” released November 23, is one of 23 songs on Towers’ LVEU: Vive La Tuya…No La Mía album, which debuted at No. 9 on Top Latin Albums (December 2023).

The song launched at No. 7 on Tropical Airplay in March and completes a steady climb to the summit in its eighth week, with 9.17 million audience impressions, up 49% on U.S. reporting radio stations during the May 3-9 tracking week, according to Luminate.

The song’s eight-week trek to the penthouse bests Towers’ preceding ruler: “Travesuras,” with Nio García, Casper Mágico, Ozuna, Wisin & Yandel, Towers and Flow La Movie, wrapped a 17-week journey to in March 2021.

With “La Capi” ascending to the summit on Tropical Airplay, Towers joins six other artists outside the genre who have secured a No. 1 through a collaboration or as soloists in the last year.

Here’s the recap of those winners dating back to May 6, 2023:

Title, Artist, Date reached No. 1
“El Merengue,” Marshmello & Manuel Turizo, Aug. 5, 2023
“Bailando Bachata,” Chayanne, April 8, 2023
“Así Es La Vida,” Enrique Iglesias & Maria Becerra, Dec. 9, 2023
“Cosas de La Peda,” Gabito Ballesteros (with Prince Royce), Feb. 24
“La Capi,” Myke Towers, May 18

“La Capi” also rallies 11-3 on the overall Latin Airplay chart, and gives Towers his 13th top 10.

Beyond its radio popularity, “La Capi” debuts at No. 45 on Hot Latin Songs, the airplay-, digital- and streaming-combined chart, despite a 2% decline in streaming activity, which translates to 145,000 official U.S. streams logged during the same period. The song joins two other Tower tracks on the multi-metric tally, “Adivino,” with Bad Bunny, which drops 2-4, and “La Falda” dips 15-19.

Fuerza Regida Announces 37-Date “Pero No Te Enamores” Arena Tour of U.S. & Mexico

Fuerza Regida is hittin’ the road…

The Mexican American regional Mexican band will trek across the U.S. and Mexico for a 37-date arena tour called Pero No Te Enamores, which follows their successful Otra Peda tour last year.

Fuerza RegidaThe five-piece band from San Bernardino, California, will kick off its summer stint on June 6, starting in Austin, Texas, at the Moody Center.

Fuerza Regida will also make stops in Oklahoma City; Kansas City, Missouri.; San Diego; Phoenix; Portland; Dallas; Atlanta; Salt Lake City; Anaheim, California and more.

They will also hit up Mexico and perform in Monterrey, Mexico City and Oaxaca, and will wrap up in Inglewood, Calif., at the Intuit Dome on November 16.

The tour announcement comes on the heels of the group’s latest EP, Dolido Pero No Arrepentido, which dropped on February 9, followed by the single “Money Edition” with Edén Muñoz.

The EP debuted in the top 10 of the Top Latin Albums and Regional Mexican Albums charts; plus, every song on the album premiered on Hot Latin Songs.

In the 2023 year-end charts, Fuerza Regida made Billboard history by becoming the first Latin band to be No. 1 on the Top Artists – Duo/Group list, followed by Grupo Frontera and Fleetwood Mac. (Previous No. 1 artists on the list have included Destiny’s Child, Green Day, The Black Eyed Peas, One Direction, Jonas Brothers and BTS.) The group also won at the 2023 Billboard Music Awards for Top Duo/Group and Top Latin Duo/Group.

“I’m speechless, really. Coming from where we come from, not many people get out [of the hood], whether they get out alive, are dead, or go to jail,” frontman Jesús Ortiz Paz told Billboard Español in December. “I just have to say that I am grateful to God, and to all my family, my mom, my dad, and all my friends. If it wasn’t for everyone’s help, and also the fans, we wouldn’t be here. Fuerza Regida and I are in charge of continuing to give [fans] great music and, God willing, I will continue to give until the last straw.”

The U.S. dates are produced by Live Nation. General on sale tickets will be available beginning on Friday, April 12, at 10 am local time at livenation.com.

Here’s the complete dates for the No Te Enamores Tour below:

Jun. 6            Austin, Texas                   Moody Center
Jun. 9            Edinburg, Texas              Bert Ogden Arena
Jun. 14          Oklahoma City, Okla.     Paycom Center
Jun. 15          Ridgedale, Mo.            Thunder Ridge Nature Arena
Jun. 16          Kansas City, Mo.          T-Mobile Center
Jun. 21          San Diego, Calif.             Viejas Arena
Jun. 22          Phoenix, Ariz.                 Footprint Center
Jun. 29          Portland, Ore.               Moda Center
Jun. 30          Seattle, Wash.                Climate Pledge Arena
Jul. 6              San Jose, Calif.              SAP Center
Jul. 7              Fresno, Calif.                  Save Mart Center at Fresno State
Jul. 13            Houston, Texas              Toyota Center
Jul. 20            Dallas, Texas                  Dos Equis Pavilion
Jul. 26            Atlanta, Ga.                  State Farm Arena
Jul. 27            Tampa, Fla                   Amalie Arena
Jul. 28            Sunrise, Fla                  Amerant Bank Arena
Aug. 2             Greensboro, N.C.          Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Aug. 4             Belmont Park, N.Y.        UBS Arena
Aug. 16           Milwaukee, Wis.            Fiserv Forum
Aug. 17           Indianapolis, Ind.          Gainbridge Fieldhouse
Sep. 1             Tinley Park, Ill.             Credit Union 1 Amphitheatre
Sep. 6             Salt Lake City, Utah      Delta Center
Sep. 8             Denver, Colo.                 Ball Arena
Sep. 15            Las Vegas, Nev.            T-Mobile Arena
Sep. 20           San Antonio, Texas       Frost Bank Center
Sep. 21            El Paso, Texas                UTEP Don Haskins Center
Sep. 28           Anaheim, Calif.               Honda Center
Sep. 29           Palm Desert, Calif.         Acrisure Arena
Oct. 05           Sacramento, Calif.          Golden 1 Center
Oct. 11            Leon, Mexico                   Mega Velaria*
Oct. 12           Mexico City, Mexico        Plaza De Toros*
Oct. 31            Monterrey, Mexico          Arena Monterrey*
Nov. 1              Monterrey, Mexico          Arena Monterrey*
Nov. 2             Torreon, Mexico               Coliseo Centenario*
Nov. 7             Oaxaca, Mexico               Auditorio GNP*
Nov. 9             San Luis Potosi, Mexico   El Domo
Nov. 16           Inglewood, Calif.            Intuit Dome

*Not a Live Nation date

Eladio Carrión Earns First No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart with “TQMQA”

Eladio Carrión is celebrating a first…

The 29-year-old Puerto Rican Latin trap and reggaeton rapper and singer has earned his first No. 1 on Billboard‘s Latin Airplay chart as “TQMQA” climbs 4-1 to lead the April 13-dated list.

Eladio CarriónCarrión crosses off a new achievement with the dembow-pop tune — whose title stands for “Te Quiero Más Que Ayer — as it tops the overall Latin radio ranking. “TQMQA” lands at the summit seven weeks after it earned the Latin rapper his maiden champ on any Billboard chart (hit No. 1 on Latin Pop Airplay in March).

“The intention behind ‘TQMQA’ was to give my parents the recognition that they deserve,” Carrión said. “It’s an honor for me that the track landed at No. 1, but when I make music, I’m never thinking about what numbers or awards I’m gonna get. My main intention is always to be authentic to myself and share that with my fans. Everything else that comes after that is just a bonus that I’m extremely grateful for. It never gets old.”

“TQMQA” advances to the lead with a 26% gain in audience impressions, to 9.5 million, earned in the U.S. during the March 29-April 4-tracking week, according to Luminate.

“TQMQA” is the first cut from Carrión’s fifth studio album, Sol María (released via Rimas Entertainment). The 17-track set, an ode to his mother, debuted at Nos. 6 and 3, respectively, on Top Latin Albums and Latin Rhythm Albums (February 3-dated rankings).

“When I first told my parents about the concept for ‘TQMQA,’ they were taken aback by how personal the song and video were,” Carrión shares. “But it was special to us because we pieced together all these old clips from our home movies to make this time capsule of my upbringing. It’s emotional to see how far we’ve come and how they’ve been there for me every step of the way. But none of us were prepared for how many people the song would resonate with.”

Carrión breaks the No. 1 barrier on Latin Airplay as a soloist and on his fourth try.

Plus, he bests his first and only top 10: “Nunca y Pico” with Yandel and Maluma, which took the Puerto Rican-American to No. 6 in November 2022.

Carrión has charted two other times on Latin Airplay: “Alejarme De Ti” with Jay Wheeler (No. 22 in March 2022) and “Coco Chanel” with Bad Bunny (No. 42 in June 2023).

Of the 15 songs that have been No. 1 on Latin Airplay in 2024, a third of them were credited to a singular artist with no accompanied acts, including Carrion’s new No. 1. Here they are:

Peak Date, Title, Artist, Weeks at No. 1
Jan. 27, 2024, “Monaco,” Bad Bunny, one
Feb. 10, 2024, “La Diabla,” Xavi, two
Feb. 24, 2024, “La Falda,” Myke Towers, one
March 30, 2024, “Baccarat,” Ozuna, one
April 13, 2024, “TQMQA,” Eladio Carrión

Elsewhere, “TQMQA” rebounds to its No. 1 high on Latin Pop Airplay for its third week in charge (rising 2-1).

Further, thanks to its radio gain, it re-enters at No. 44 on the multimetric Hot Latin Songs chart, which blends airplay, digital sales, and streaming data.

Ozuna Earns 34th No. 1 on Billboard Latin Airplay Chart with “Baccarat”

Ozuna is shuffling his way to the top of the charts…

The 32-year-old Puerto Rican singer has notched his 34th No. 1 on the Billboard Latin Airplay chart as “Baccarat” climbs 6-1 on the list dated March 30.

Ozuna“Baccarat” leads the way on the 50-deep tally as the Greatest Gainer of the week due to a 26% increase in audience impressions, to 9.2 million, earned during the March 15-21 tracking week, according to Luminate.

Among “Baccarat’s” biggest supporters during the tracking week, New York’s WSKQ (1.4 million) and WXNY (1.2 million) steer the ship, with KXOL in Los Angeles (1.1 million), coming in on second place.

As the Chris Jedi and Gaby Music-produced tune rises to No. 1 on Latin Airplay, Ozuna captures his 34th champ on the overall radio ranking, still the second-most leaders since the chart launched in 1994.

Here’s a recap of the leaderboard, with Shakira being the only female representation among acts with at least 18 No. 1s:

36, J Balvin
34, Ozuna
32, Enrique Iglesias
28, Daddy Yankee
24, Bad Bunny
24, Maluma
22, Wisin
21, Romeo Santos
21, Shakira
18, Ricky Martin

“Baccarat” is one of the 15 tracks from Ozuna’s sixth-studio album, Cosmos (his seventh top 10 on Top Latin Albums), which reached No. 9 high last December.

The song concurrently grants Ozuna his eighth champ on Latin Airplay as a soloist, unaccompanied by any other act, and first since “Deprimida” reached No. 1 in June 2022, for one week in charge.

Shakira Reveals Star-Studded Tracklist for New Album “Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran”

Shakira is making tracks

Ahead of the release of her upcoming new album Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran on March 22, the 47-year-old Colombian superstar has unveiled the album’s tracklist.

ShakiraThe 16-track album includes eight new tracks, plus previously released singles like “TQG” with Karol G, the Rauw Alejandro-assisted “Te Felicito” and “El Jefe” with Fuerza Regida.

A remix to her Bizarrap-produced “Music Sessions Vol. 53” featuring Tiesto will also be included on the set.

Shakira recruits Bizarrap and Alejandro again for new songs, while tapping new collaborators, including Cardi B and Grupo Frontera.

“Making this body of work has been an alchemical process,” Shakira previously said in a statement. “While writing each song, I was rebuilding myself. While singing them, my tears transformed into diamonds, and my vulnerability into strength.”

Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran is Shakira’s first new album in seven years. It also marks her debut release on vinyl, featuring four distinct artwork editions, each paired with an exclusive colored vinyl variant.

Shakira’s new album follows her 2017 set El Dorado, which spent five weeks at No. 1 on Billboard‘Top Latin Albums chart. It spawned the hit songs “Chantaje” with Maluma, “La Bicicleta” with Carlos Vives and the Prince Royce-assisted “Deja vu.”

Overall, the hitmaker has placed eight top 10 albums on the Top Latin Albums chart, six of those hit No. 1, including Dónde Están Los Ladrones? (1998), Fijación Oral: Vol. 1 (2005) and Sale El Sol (2010).

Here’s the tracklist for Shakira’s Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran:

  1. “⁠⁠Puntería” x Cardi B
  2. ⁠”La Fuerte” x Bizarrap
  3. ”Tiempo Sin Verte”
  4. ”Cohete” x Rauw Alejandro
  5. ⁠”(Entre Paréntesis)” x Grupo Frontera
  6. ”Cómo Dónde y Cuándo”
  7. ”Nassau”
  8. ”Última”
  9. ”Te Felicito” x Rauw Alejandro
  10. “Monotonía” x Ozuna
  11. ”Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53″
  12. “TQG” x Karol G
  13. ”Acróstico” x Milan + Sasha
  14. ”Copa Vacía” x Manuel Turizo
  15. “⁠El Jefe” x Fuerza Regida
  16. ”Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53 (Remix Tiësto)”
  17. “Punteria” (Vinyl Version)

Myke Towers Earns 11th No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart with “La Falda”

Myke Towers has skirted his way to the top of the charts…

The 30-year-old Puerto Rican rapper, singer and songwriter has pounced to No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart as “La Falda” rises from No. 5 to lead the list dated February 24.

Myke TowersThe song, announced on Towers’ X account in November, is the focus track from his 23-song album LVEU: Vive La Tuya… No La Mía, which debuted and peaked at No. 9 on Top Latin Albums on the December 9-dated list.

With the new leader, Towers collects his 11th Latin Airplay No. 1 and second in 2024, after the Yandel collab, “Borracho y Loco” (February 17 chart).

“La Falda” likewise ascends to No. 1 on Latin Rhythm Airplay, securing Towers an 11th champ there as well.

For the tracking week February 9-15, “La Falda” registered 10.54 million audience impressions in the U.S., up 47% from the week prior, according to Luminate, and takes the Greatest Gainer honors.

Towers’ run of Latin Airplay No. 1s began just a little more than three years ago, when “Caramelo,” with Ozuna and Karol G, peaked at No. 1 in late 2020, where it remained for three weeks.

Here’s a look at his collection of wins on the overall radio ranking:

Title, Artist, Peak, Weeks at No. 1
“Caramelo,” with Ozuna & Karol G, Aug. 15, 2020, three
“Mi Niña,” with Los Legendarios & Wisin, Jan. 16, 2021, one
“La Nota,” with Manuel Turizo & Rauw Alejandro, Jan. 23, 2021, one
“Travesuras,” with Nio Garcia, Casper Mágico, Ozuna, Wisin, Yandel & Flow La Movie, March 6, 2021, one
“Bandido,” with Juhn, June 19, 2021, one
“Pareja Del Año,” with Sebastián Yatra, Aug. 14, 2021, one
“Bésame,” with Luis Fonsi, Nov. 27, 2021, one
“Ulala,” with Daddy Yankee, April 8, 2023, one
“Lala,” Sept. 23, 2023, two
“Borracho Y Loco,” with Yandel, Feb. 17, 2024, one
“La Falda,” Feb. 24, 2024

Thanks to its radio haul, “La Falda” pushes 18-12 on the multimetric Hot Latin Songs chart, which blends streaming activity, digital sales, and radio airplay.

“La Falda” rises to new peaks on both Global charts as well. It lifts 85-75 on Billboard Global 200, powered largely by with 24 million worldwide streams. Meanwhile, it pushes 56-47 on Global Excl. U.S. supported in great part by 20 million clicks outside the U.S.