Bad Bunny Rises to 5th Place with Grupo Frontera, Cumbia Hit “Unx100to”

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shortly after Armed Link and featherweightBecame “She Dances Alone” top five regional Mexican hits songs list, Grupo Frontera and bad rabbit Notch the second with entry 5 of “un x100to”.

Produced and composed by Latin music hit makers Edgar Barrera And MAG, “un x100to,” is the Texas-raised Grupo Frontera’s first top 10 hit on the Hot 100 and Bad Bunny’s ninth hit. The song Cumbia recorded more than 28.6 million streams and 6.3 million broadcast views, while corridor “Ella Baila Sola” climbed to number 4, the highest peak in genre history after debuting at number 17 and finally peaking at number 5. follow-up week Both “unx100to” and “Ella Baila Sola” are also topping Billboard’s international global songs chart, with rising artist Peso Pluma’s third collaboration with Yvng Lucas appearing in the top 10 on “La Bebe”.

Morgan Wallen continued his streak for another week, topping both the album chart and the Hot 100, while his song “Last Night” returned to No. 1 with his main album “One Thing at a Time” selling 149,000 copies.

“Las Night” dropped to number 2 after SZA’s “Kill Bill” spent eight weeks at number 2 and finally (albeit temporarily) peaking at number 2 and got the boost it needed after a remix with Doja Cat. On the Hot 100, it hasn’t changed from last week, with Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” in 3rd place, Metro Boomin, the Weeknd and 21 Savage’s “Creepin” in 7th place.

with the release ofFolklore: Long Pond Studio SessionsTaylor Swift Dominated the Billboard 200 with three albums in the top 10 of the album charts this week. “The Long Pond Studio Sessions” was a record only Record Store Day “Midnights” is at #4, and “Folklore” is at #10, selling all 75,000 copies of the special and available.

other Billboard 200 Highlights include BTS member Suga’s #2 debut under the stage name Agust D “D-Day” and YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s “Don’t Try This at Home” as the rapper’s 14th top 10 album with 60,000 copies. ordinary entry. .

SZA’s “SOS” at number 6 (59,000 copies), Wallen’s “Dangerous: The Double Album” at 7 (48,000 copies), and Luke Combs’ “Gettin’ Old” fill the rest of the list. 8 (39,000 units) and Metro Boomin’s “Heroes & Villains” is 9th.

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