Nicky Jam & Romeo Santos’ “Fan de tus Fotos” Rises to No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart

It’s a picture perfect run for Nicky Jam

The 40-year-old Puerto Rican and Dominican-American singer’s latest single “Fan de tus Fotos,” with Romeo Santos, has landed atop Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart dated May 1.

Romeo Santos & Nicky Jam

The song rises 8-1 in its 11th week.

It’s the second collaboration for the two artists, who previously paired up for the top 10 hit “Bella y Sensual” (2018), which also features Daddy Yankee.

“Fan De Tus Fotos” makes its way to No. 1 boosted by a 38% increase in audience impressions, to 9.8 million, earned in the week ending April 25, according to MRC Data. It rallies to the top flanked by heavy support from New York’s WSKQ (up 906,000 in audience), Puerto Rico’s WODA (up 546,000) and Miami’s WXDJ (up 261,000).

The new chart champ gives Jam his 15th No. 1 and Santos, who last led the tally in 2019 with “Aullando,” his 18th.

Here’s a recap at the acts with the most leaders:

31, Enrique Iglesias
29, J Balvin
23, Daddy Yankee
23, Ozuna
20, Maluma
18, Romeo Santos
18, Wisin
17, Ricky Martin
15, Carlos Vives
15, Nicky Jam
15, Shakira

In addition to the single’s coronation on Latin Airplay, “Fan de tus Fotos” pounces to No. 1 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart as well. There, it becomes Jam’s 13th leader and Santos’ third.

“Fan” was produced by Sky Rompiendo with Saga Whiteblack as sound engineer, and was written by both Jam and Santos alongside other acts.

Don Omar’s “Yo Te Quiero Pa’Mi” Reaches No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart

Don Omar is back at the top of the charts…

The 38-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar has earned his eighth No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart (dated December 24) as “Yo Te Quiero Pa’Mi,” with Zion & Lennox, bounds 11-1 in its fourth charting frame – his quickest chart-topping rise yet.

Don Omar

The single concurrently flies 7-1 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart, where it becomes Don Omar’s 12th leader.

A 40 percent increase in audience, to 13.6 million impressions in the week ending December 11, causes the No. 1 climbs.

New York’s WSKQ leads in audience impressions contributing towards its rank, with 3.8 million coming from the major-market station. Two San Juan, Puerto Rico stations (WODA and WKAQ) also provide significant points, with over 1 million weekly audience impressions, each.

The newly recorded single appears on Omar’s recent 10th anniversary re-release of his King of Kings album — his most successful album to date. In 2006, the original set spent 11 weeks at No. 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart and has sold 556,000 copies, according to Nielsen Music.

King of Kings spurred Omar’s first No. 1 hit on Latin Airplay, when “Angelito” reached the top on the July 22, 2006 chart. The set’s “Salio El Sol” also became a top 20 hit that year.

Don Omar’s No. 1s on Latin Airplay

Title, Peak date (weeks at No. 1)
“Angelito,” July 22, 2006 (one week)
“Danza Kuduro,” with Lucenzo, Nov. 13, 2010 (15 weeks)
“Taboo,” July 16, 2011 (five weeks)
“Dutty Love,” featuring Natti Natasha, April 7, 2012 (one week)
“Hasta Que Salga El Sol,” July 21, 2012 (three weeks)
“Zumba,” March 2, 2013 (nine weeks)
“Soledad,” Feb. 14, 2015 (one week)
“Te Quiero Pa’Mi,” with Zion & Lennox, Dec. 24, 2016 (one week, so far)