Gloria Trevi Partners with Son to Release Modern Take on Daniela Romo’s 1983 Single “Celos”

Gloria Trevi is getting an extra special assist…

The 56-year-old Mexican singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, television hostess, music video director and businesswoman, known as “The Supreme Diva of Mexican Pop,” has released her first collaborative effort with her own son, Ángel Gabriel.

Gloria Trevi & Angel GabrielTrevi and her son deliver a modern, upbeat version of Daniela Romo’s 1983 single “Celos,”—a song that was penned by José Luis Perales about jealousy.

“When Ángel and I sang ‘Celos’ for the first time, he was a young child. I liked to joke and tell him that I would sing this song to him at his wedding,” Trevi said in a press statement. “After we recorded the song, I made the same comment, and there wasn’t much reaction from him. Let’s see who wants me as their mother-in-law.

The mother-and-son pair first premiered their collaboration on national television on Univision’s “Juego de Voces,” where Trevi served as the show’s premiere guest artist and godmother.

Feid Earns 12 Latin American Music Awards Nods

Feid has 12 reasons to smile…

Univision has revealed the 2024 Latin American Music Awards nominees, with the 31-year-old Colombian singer tying Mexican star Peso Pluma with 12 nods each.

FeidFeid and Peso Pluma, who are up for the coveted artist of the year and album of the year awards, are followed by top nominees Bad Bunny (11), Grupo Frontera (11), Karol G (9), Shakira (9), Eslabon Armado (8) and Fuerza Regida (8).

Co-hosted by Thalía, Alejandra Espinoza and Carlos Ponce, this year’s awards ceremony will celebrate the theme “We Speak Música” and will air live at 7:00 pm ET on Thursday, April 25 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas via Univision, UNIMÁS, Galavision and ViX.

The 2024 nominations are based on fan interactions across streaming, sales, radio airplay, touring and social media interaction data provided by Billboard and Luminate during the eligibility period (Feb. 11, 2023 to Feb. 24, 2024), according to a press statement.

Fans have until April 1 to vote for their favorite artists here.

Here’s the complete list of nominations:

Artist Of The Year

  1. Bad Bunny
  2. Carin León
  3. Eslabon Armado
  4. Feid
  5. Fuerza Regida
  6. Karol G
  7. Peso Pluma
  8. Rauw Alejandro
  9. Romeo Santos
  10. Shakira

New Artist Of The Year

  1. Bad Gyal
    2. Chino Pacas
    3. Gabito Ballesteros
    4. Majo Aguilar
    5. Peso Pluma
    6. Venesti
    7. Xavi
    8. Yng Lvcas
    9. Young Miko
    10. Zhamira Zambrano

Song Of The Year

  1. “Bailando Bachata” – Chayanne
    2. “El Merengue” – Marshmello & Manuel Turizo
    3. “Ella Baila Sola” – Eslabon Armado & Peso Pluma
    4. “Lala” – Myke Towers
    5. “Según Quién” – Maluma & Carin León
    6. “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” – Bizarrap & Shakira
    7. “Solo Conmigo” – Romeo Santos
    8. “TQG” – Karol G & Shakira
    9. “Un X100to” – Grupo Frontera & Bad Bunny
    10. “Yandel 150” – Yandel & Feid

Album Of The Year

  1. 3MEN2 KBRN– Eladio Carrión
    2. Colmillo De Leche – Carin León
    3. Desvelado – Eslabon Armado
    4. El Comienzo – Grupo Frontera
    5. Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo Te Pirateamos El Álbum – Feid
    6. Génesis – Peso Pluma
    7. Mañana Será Bonito – Karol G
    8. Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana – Bad Bunny
    9. Pa Que Hablen – Fuerza Regida
    10. Playa Saturno – Rauw Alejandro

Collaboration Of The Year

  1. “La Bebe Remix” – Yng Lvcas & Peso Pluma
    2. “Según Quién” – Maluma & Carin León
    3. “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” – Bizarrap & Shakira
    4. “Un X100to” – Grupo Frontera & Bad Bunny
    5. “Yandel 150” – Yandel & Feid

Collaboration Crossover Of The Year

  1. “Dientes” – J Balvin, Usher & Dj Khaled
    2. “El Merengue” – Marshmello & Manuel Turizo
    3. “Niña Bonita” – Feid & Sean Paul
    4. “Ojalá” – The Rudeboyz, Maluma & Adam Levine
    5. “Vocation” – Ozuna & David Guetta

Best Crossover Artist

  1. Adam Levine
    2. David Guetta
    3. DJ Khaled
    4. Drake
    5. Marshmello
    6. Rema
    7. Sean Paul
    8. Usher

Streaming Artist Of The Year

  1. Bad Bunny
    2. Eslabon Armado
    3. Feid
    4. Fuerza Regida
    5. Grupo Frontera
    6. Junior H
    7. Karol G
    8. Peso Pluma
    9. Rauw Alejandro
    10. Young Miko

Tour Of The Year

  1. Doble P Tour 2023 – Peso Pluma
    2. Fórmula Vol.3 Tour – Romeo Santos
    3. Luis Miguel Tour 2023 – Luis Miguel
    4. Mañana Será Bonito Tour – Karol G
    5. Soy Rebelde Tour – RBD

Global Latin Artist Of The Year

  1. Bad Bunny
    2. Feid
    3. Fuerza Regida
    4. Grupo Frontera
    5. Junior H
    6. Karol G
    7. Maluma
    8. Peso Pluma
    9. Quevedo
    10. Shakira

Global Latin Song Of The Year

  1. “Classy 101” – Feid & Young Miko
    2. “Ella Baila Sola” – Eslabon Armado & Peso Pluma
    3. “Lala” – Myke Towers
    4. “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” – Bizarrap & Shakira
    5. “Un X100to” – Grupo Frontera & Bad Bunny

Best Duo Or Group – Pop

  1. Camila
    2. Morat
    3. Piso 21
    4. RBD
    5. Reik

Best Artist – Pop

  1. Bizarrap
    2. Enrique Iglesias
    3. Manuel Turizo
    4. Sebastián Yatra
    5. Shakira

Best Album – Pop

  1. Bailemos Otra Vez– Chayanne
    2. Cupido – TINI
    3. Orquídeas – Kali Uchis

Best Song – Pop

  1. “Acróstico” – Shakira
    2. “Beso” – Rosalía & Rauw Alejandro
    3. “Fugitivos” – Camila
    4. “Pasa_je_ro” – Farruko
    5. “Una Noche Sin Pensar” – Sebastián Yatra

Best Artist – Urban

  1. Bad Bunny
    2. Feid
    3. Karol G
    4. Rauw Alejandro
    5. Young Miko

Best Album – Urban

  1. DATA– Tainy
    2. LPM (La Perreo Mixtape) – Yng Lvcas
    3. Mañana Será Bonito – Karol G
    4. Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana – Bad Bunny
    5. Playa Saturno – Rauw Alejandro

Best Song – Urban

  1. “Lala” – Myke Towers
    2. “TQG” – Karol G & Shakira
    3. “Un Cigarillo” – Chencho Corleone
    4. “Where She Goes” – Bad Bunny
    5. “Yandel 150” – Yandel & Feid

Best Collaboration – Urban

  1. “Arranca” – Becky G Ft. Omega
    2. “Borracho y Loco” – Yandel & Myke Towers
    3. “Classy 101” – Feid & Young Miko
    4. “Hey Mor” – Ozuna & Feid
    5. “Me Porto Bonito” – Bad Bunny & Chencho Corleone

Best Artist – Regional Mexican

  1. Carin León
    2. Gabito Ballesteros
    3. Ivan Cornejo
    4. Junior H
    5. Peso Pluma

Best Duo Or Group Regional Mexican

  1. Calibre 50
    2. Eslabon Armado
    3. Fuerza Regida
    4. Grupo Frontera
    5. Los Ángeles Azules

Best Album – Regional Mexican

  1. Desvelado– Eslabon Armado
    2. Colmillo De Leche – Carin León
    3. El Comienzo – Grupo Frontera
    4. Génesis – Peso Pluma
    5. Pa Las Baby’s y Belikeada – Fuerza Regida

Best Song – Regional Mexican

  1. “Di Que Sí” – Grupo Marca Registrada & Grupo Frontera
    2. “Difícil Tu Caso” – Alejandro Fernández
    3. “Dirección Equivocada” – Calibre 50
    4. “Indispensable” – Carin León
    5. “TQM” – Fuerza Regida

Best Collaboration – Regional Mexican

  1. “Bebe Dame” – Fuerza Regida & Grupo Frontera
    2. “El Amor De Su Vida” – Grupo Frontera & Grupo Firme
    3. “Ella Baila Sola” – Eslabon Armado & Peso Pluma
    4. “Pa’ Olvidarme De Tus Besos” – Lenin Ramírez & Banda Ms De Sergio Lizárraga
    5. “Qué Agonía” – Yuridia & Ángela Aguilar

Best Artist – Tropical

  1. Carlos Vives
    2. Luis Figueroa
    3. Marc Anthony
    4. Prince Royce
    5. Romeo Santos

Best Song – Tropical

  1. “Bailando Bachata” – Chayanne
    2. “Bandido” – Luis Figueroa
    3. “La Falta Que Me Haces” – Natti Natasha
    4. “Me Enrd” – Prince Royce
    5. “Solo Conmigo” – Romeo Santos

Best Collaboration – Tropical

  1. “Ambulancia” – Camilo & Camila Cabello
    2. “Asi Es La Vida” – Enrique Iglesias & Maria Becerra
    3. “El Merengue” – Marshmello & Manuel Turizo
    4. “La Fórmula” – Maluma & Marc Anthony
    5. “Si Tú Me Quieres” – Fonseca & Juan Luis Guerra

Marcello Hernandez Stars in Nissan’s Upcoming Super Bowl Commercial

It’s a family affair for Marcello Hernandez… with a Regional Mexican twist.

The 26-year-old Cuban and Dominican American stand-up comedian, actor and Saturday Night Live cast member stars in Nissan’s upcoming Super Bowl commercial, appearing alongside the members of Grupo Frontera

Marcello HernandezThe 60-second commercial released on Monday (February 5) features Hernandez retelling the riveting story about his unexpected, yet adventurous journey while test-driving the latest Nissan Pathfinder. Just as he hits the road, Hernandez gets calls from his abuela, sister and uncle asking him — and the Nissan salesperson as his co-pilot — to pick them up. So, they do.

“From the dealership to the mountains, desert and beach, Hernandez and the salesperson make their way through this epic adventure, the Pathfinder navigates various terrains while thrilling everyone across all generations of the family,” an official description of the ad reads.

As he’s telling this nail-biting story in a diner, Grupo Frontera pops up from a booth behind him and asks Hernandez to keep narrating his epic adventure. “Qué? No, sigue, sigue,” the group orders.

The ad will air on TelevisaUnivision on Sunday, February 11, as part of the network’s Super Bowl 2024 broadcast for Spanish-language viewers.

Univision will also broadcast a pre-kickoff performance — featuring a special performance by Puerto Rican star Myke Towers — presented by Nissan, which will air on Univision at 4:00 pm ET Sunday from the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

“At Nissan, we’re always looking for ways to deeply connect with our customers,” said Marisstella Marinkovic, chief marketing officer, Nissan USA, in a statement. “We’re using the nation’s biggest game day to air an in-language spot that reignites the love of Nissan among bicultural Latinos, who comprise many of our customers. From our partnership with TelevisaUnivision, to the Latino talent and the director we casted, we brought music and sports together to create a thrilling in-language and in-culture experience.”

“This is a significant moment for TelevisaUnivision, and we’re excited for Nissan to debut their Spanish-language creative to our audience,” added John Kozack, executive vice president of multimedia sales at TelevisaUnivision. “Latinos are an economic powerhouse, and this national stage provides the perfect opportunity for brands like Nissan to reach this fast-growing demographic – and further our goal of showcasing the value and importance of in-language and in-culture advertising to this consumer base.”

Maria Becerra to Perform in Times Square as Part of Univision’s “¡Feliz 2024!”

Maria Becerra will be ringing in 2024 in the Big Apple

New York City’s Times Square is gearing up to host its annual New Year’s Eve celebration, which includes the televised ball lowering during the countdown to the new year, with the 23-year-old Argentine singer and former YouTuber set to perform.

María Becerra,

The tradition, which has been celebrated for 120 years now, will boast Becerra and Mexican reggaeton artist Yng Lvcas will perform a medley of their biggest hits at the Center Stage.

Becerra will perform at 10:04 pm as part of Univision’s ¡Feliz 2024! program.It will air live on Univision and the Times Square New Year’s Eve webcast.

Meantime, Yng Lvcas will perform a medley of his hit songs as part of Univision’s ¡Feliz 2024! Program from 11:02 to 11:07 pm.

Maluma to Perform at This Year’s Latin Grammy Awards Show

Maluma will be feelin’ the FIBES

The 29-year-old Colombian singer-songwriter will perform at this year’s Latin Grammy Awards.

MalumaThe “Felices Los 4” singer joins a roster of recently added performers that includes Milo J, Rosalia, Shakira, Sebastian Yatra, Andrea Bocelli and DJ Premier.

They’ll perform at the upcoming ceremony, which will broadcast from FIBES in Seville, Spain, on Thursday, November 16.

The newly announced artists join previously unveiled performers, including Maria BecerraBizarrap, FeidKany GarcíaCarin LeónChristian NodalRauw AlejandroAlejandro Sanz, Pablo AlboránEdgar BarreraCamilo, Manuel Carrasco, IzaJuanes, OzunaEslabon Armado and Peso Pluma.

Additionally, Majo AguilarAnitta, Pedro Capó, Jorge Drexler, Luis Figueroa, Fonseca, Tiago Iorc, Mon LaferteNatalia Lafourcade, John Leguizamo, Nicki Nicole, Carlos PonceCarlos Vives and Yandel join as presenters throughout the ceremony.

For the first time held outside the United States, the annual Latin Grammys will be broadcast from the Conference and Exhibition Centre in Seville, Spain. It will air November 16 on Univision starting at 8:00 pm ET, UniMás and Galavisión in the U.S., and at 10:30 pm CET on Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE) in Spain.

Danna Paola, Yatra, Roselyn Sánchez and Paz Vega will serve as co-hosts.

This year, Mexican hitmaker Edgar Barrera leads the list of nominees with 13 nods, including songwriter of the year, producer of the year and song of the year. Barrera is followed by Colombian stars Camilo, Karol G, Shakira and composer Kevyn Mauricio Cruz (also known as Keityn), each with seven nominations.

Roselyn Sánchez to Return as Co-Host of This Year’s Latin Grammy Awards Show

Roselyn Sánchez is reporting for Latin Grammy duty…

The 50-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, dancer, model, actress, producer and writer will serve as a co-host of this year’s Latin Grammy Awards ceremony, which will be broadcast from the Conference and Exhibition Centre (FIBES) in Seville, Spain, on Thursday, November 16, at 8:00 pm ET via UnivisionUniMás and Galavisión in the U.S., and at 10:30 p.m. CET on Radiotelevisión Española (RTVE) in Spain.

Roselyn SanchezSanchez, best known for her work on Devious Maids and Without a Trace, will host the awards show alongside Mexican singer Danna Paola, Colombian superstar Sebastián Yatra and Spanish actress Paz Vega. 

A host staple for the awards show, Sánchez returns for the sixth time after presenting the 16th, 17th, 18th, 20th and 22nd annual Latin Grammys.

Racking up a total of 15 Latin Grammy nominations throughout his career, Yatra is nominated for best pop song for “Contigo,” featuring Pablo Alborán.

Previously nominated for a Latin Grammy, Danna Paola joins the lineup of hosts for the first time.

Last but not least, award-winning actress Paz Vega returns for a second time after hosting the 20th annual ceremony.

The first round of performers were announced earlier this week, which includes Maria Becerra, Bizarrap, Feid, Kany García, Carin León, Christian Nodal, Rauw Alejandro and Alejandro Sanz.

This year, Mexican-American super producer Edgar Barrera leads the list of nominees with 13 nods, including songwriter of the year, producer of the year and song of the year. Barrera is followed by Colombian stars Camilo, Karol G, Shakira and composer Kevyn Mauricio Cruz (also known as Keityn), each with seven nominations.

Prior to the Latin Grammys, the Latin Recording Academy will bestow the Person of the Year title to Italian icon Laura Pausini. Marco Antonio Solís received this prestigious honor last year.

Eduardo Caballero to Receive Legends of Radio Award from Radio Hall of Fame

Eduardo Caballero is entering a special place posthumously…

The late Cuban radio executive and Hispanic media pioneer, known as “The Godfather of Hispanic Marketing & Radio,” will receive the Legends of Radio award from the Radio Hall of Fame.

Eduardo CaballeroThe award recognizes “the talents and efforts of on-air personalities, programmers and operators who contributed with greatness to the radio industry and have since passed away.”

Caballero is being recognized for his long and prosperous career in both U.S. Hispanic radio and television, due to roles as EVP/Director of Sales of the Spanish International Network, the predecessor to Univision, and for his many years starting in 1973 as the owner of Caballero Spanish Media.

Here’s the full list of honorees:

Bob Grant – on-air personality
Dave Robbins – programming executive
Ed Christian – executive
Eduardo Caballero – executive
Jack “The Rapper” Gibson – on-air personality/writer
Joe “Butterball” Tamburro – programming executive
Long John Nebel – on-air personality
Marty Glickman – play-by-play host/executive
Mary Turner – on-air personality
Steve Rivers – programming executive
Terry Dorsey – on-air personality
Tom Rounds – executive

“It’s heartfelt recognition to see these individuals and their career contributions to the radio industry recognized with this induction,” Kraig T. Kitchin, co-chair of the Radio Hall of Fame, said in a statement. “They’ve made a forever impact on the audiences and businesses they interacted with and for that, we’re grateful.”

Dennis Green, the other co-chair of the Radio Hall of Fame, added: “Gone but never forgotten, these Legends of the radio industry deserve to be recognized as Hall of Famers and it is an honor to induct them to the Radio Hall of Fame. From programmers to talent to executives, these individuals are the best of the best.”

They will be honored at the 2023 Radio Hall of Fame induction ceremony on November 2 at the InterContinental New York Barclay Hotel in New York City. Christopher “Mad Dog” Russo, a 2022 Radio Hall of Fame inductee, will emcee the event.

Univision’s Ilia Calderón to Serve as a Moderator for Next Republican Presidential Debate

Ilia Calderón is reporting for debate duty…

The 51-year-old Colombian Emmy-winning journalist, who currently works as the news anchor for Univision’s national evening newscast, and Fox News Media’s Stuart Varney and Dana Perino will serve as the moderators for the next Republican presidential debate, which is set for September 27 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA.

Ilia CalderónFox Business and Univision are the main networks telecasting the debate, which will air between 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET, but Fox News also will simulcast the event at the same time, and Fox Nation will livestream it for its subscribers.

Fox News’s coverage of the first GOP debate last week drew 12.8 million viewers on the network and its simulcast on Fox Business.

Plans have not yet been announced for the third presidential debate, but it’s expected to be held in October in Tuscaloosa, AL.

Donald Trump, the front-runner for the nomination, skipped the first debate and is not expected to attend the Reagan Library event, given his past comments about the chairman of the Reagan Foundation, Fred Ryan.

Candidates also have a higher threshold to qualify for the event. They need to have a minimum of 50,000 unique donors, as well as a minimum of 3 percent in two national polls or a combination of three national and state polls.

John Quiñones Named Gold Circle Inductee by National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

It’s the golden hour for John Quiñones

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will celebrate its 2023 Gold and Silver Circle Inductees at the 44th Annual News & Documentary Awards on September 27-28 in New York, with the 71-year-old Mexican-American broadcast journalist and news correspondent among the honorees.

John QuiñonesThe Gold and Silver Circle is a society of honor. Inductees are professionals who have performed distinguished service within the television industry, setting standards for achievement, mentoring, leadership and professional accolades for 50 or 25 years.

Quiñones, an ABC News correspondent who hosts What Would You Do?, is among the Gold Circle inductees, alongside David Martin of CBS News and journalist Dan Rather.

Active in the industry since 1975, Quiñones is a seven-time Emmy Award winner, a George Foster Peabody Award winner and a recipient of the National Hispanic Media Coalition‘s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Meanwhile, Otto Padron has been named a Silver Circle inductee.

Padron is the president & CEO of Meruelo Media, one of the fastest growing minority-owned media companies in California. Padron’s mass media experience, leadership skills and vision were key in the reorganization and expansion of Meruelo Media in 2012. Today, Meruelo Media stands as one of the most diverse media companies in the Nation with four key broadcast properties in Los Angeles.

Before joining the Meruelo Media team, Padron was the Senior Vice President of Programming for Univision Television Network, the leading Spanish language network in the U.S. He is the only executive to have successfully headed programming for both major US Spanish language networks, Univision and Telemundo.

Other Silver Circle inductees are Steve Fastook, Senior Vice President of Operations, CNBC; Kim Godwin, President, ABC News; Rand Morrison, Executive Producer, CBS News Sunday Morning, CBS News; Steve Osunsami, Senior National Correspondent, ABC News; and Thomas Snowden, Editor, NBC News.

Gold Circle Documentary Inductees are Jon Alpert, Documentarian, Journalist, Co-Founder of DCTV, and Keiko Tsuno, Documentarian, Journalist, Co-Founder of DCTV.

Silver Circle Documentary Inductees are Daniel H. Birman, Documentarian, Birman Productions; Lois Vossen, Executive Producer, ITVS; and Christopher White, Executive Producer, American Documentary.

“This year’s Gold & Silver honorees are recognized for their phenomenal and continuing contributions to our television industry,” said Adam Sharp, President and CEO, NATAS. “Their persistent excellence of craft has enabled viewers to be better informed about the issues of the day, even as the character of the news cycle has evolved so markedly over the storied course of their careers. We celebrate the courage of these professionals and salute the vital storytelling they bring to our screens.”

Alejandro Fernández Earns 10th No. 1 on on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart with “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir”

It’s a perfect 10 for Alejandro Fernández.

The 52-year-old Mexican singer has collected his 10th No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart as “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir” rises 13-1 to lead the August 5-dated survey.

Alejandro FernandezThe song follows the two-week champ “Caballero,” his first career No. 1 this decade (Feb. 2020).

“No Es Que Me Quiera Ir” conquers Latin Airplay after it gained 9.1 million in audience impressions, a 50% rise from the week prior, earned in the U.S. during the July 21-27 tracking week, according to Luminate.

The song’s main supporters include Univision stations, KSCA Los Angeles and WOJO Chicago, as monitored by Mediabase, which provides Luminate data for Billboard charts.)

The ranchera singer, released May 19 and written by Eden Muñoz, ejects Prince Royce’s “Me EnRD” from the lead after its one term at No. 1, as the bachata dips 1-5 with 17% drop in audience impressions, to 8.4 million.

Further, “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir” earns Universal Music Latino/UMLE its second No. 1 in 2023, after the label dominated the chart with Karol G and Shakira’s “TQG” for two weeks between May and July.

As mentioned, with “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir” capturing the crown on Latin Airplay, Fernández scores his 10th ruler, the second-most among regional Mexican acts, trailing Marco Antonio Solis who continues to lead with 11 champs on his Latin Airplay account.

Plus, “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir” becomes his first win since “Cabaellero” in 2020. In between he’s placed five top 10s, for a total of 23 top 10s since “A Pesar de Todo” reached No. 10 high in December 1994.

Here’s a full recap of Fernández’s 10 leaders dating back to his first in 1997:

Peak, Title, Artist, Weeks at No. 1
Oct. 18, 1997, “Si Tú Supieras,” six
Dec. 27, 1997, “En El Jardín,” featuring Gloria Estefan, six
March 14, 1998, “No Se Olvidar,” eight
July 18, 1998, “Yo Nací Para Amarte,” five
Aug. 21, 1999, “Loco,” one
Dec. 1, 201, “Tantita Pena,” six
Oct. 23, 2004, “Me Dedique A Perderte,” two
Feb. 06, 2010, “Se Me Va La Voz,” one
Jan. 04, 2020, “Caballero,” two
Aug. 05, 2023, “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir,” one

Notably, “Que Me Quiera Ir” marks a new milestone achievement for singer-songwriter Eden Muñoz, who captures his first No. 1 on Latin Airplay as a songwriter. Previously he scored a No. 2 high as a songwriter through Banda Carnaval’s “Esa Vez Soy Yo” (Jan. 2020).

Elsewhere, “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir” advances 7-1 on Regional Mexican Airplay as the week’s Greatest Gainer. Fernández wins his sixth champ, the fifth-most among regional Mexican soloists.