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Bad Bunny’s Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana yields a monster week across Billboard charts (dated Oct. 28). In addition to debuting at No. 1 on the overall Billboard 200, Top Latin Albums and Latin Rhythm Albums charts, 21 of the set’s 22 tracks take over Hot Latin Songs.
“Mónaco” leads Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar’s tracks, storming in at No. 1 on the tally, which combines airplay, streaming and digital data. The song registered 26 million official U.S. streams on the week ending Oct. 19, according to Luminate. The eight-figure sum sparks a No. 2 start on the overall Streaming Songs and a No. 1 on Latin Streaming Songs charts, where Benito extends his No. 1 record, with 17.
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Further, “Mónaco” unseats Drake’s “Gently” — on which Bad Bunny features — from the lead, sending it to No. 12 with 10.3 million U.S. streams, down 58%.
Sales also contribute to the song’s chart-topping start: “Mónaco” sold 1,000 downloads in its first week, enough for a No. 1 start on Latin Digital Song Sales. With a new No. 1 career entry there, Benito enters a tie with Shakira for the most No. 1s, both with 16.
As “Mónaco” debuts in the summit on Hot Latin Songs, the song gives the Puerto Rican his 14th career No. 1, breaking a tie with Shakira for the fourth-most champs and the most rulers among Latin rhythmic acts. Here’s the recap:
27, Enrique Iglesias
16, Luis Miguel
15, Gloria Estefan
14, Bad Bunny
11, Marco Antonio Solis
11, Ricky Martin
Rewriting Top 10 Record on Hot Latin Songs
In more Bad Bunny achievements, the complete top 10 on Hot Latin Songs is populated by Nadie Sabe songs. That sum adds a record-extending 87th top 10s to his account. As Bad Bunny further distances himself from his competition. Here’s a recap of the acts with the most top 10s on the 37-year-old survey:
87, Bad Bunny
39, Enrique Iglesias
39, Luis Miguel
37, Daddy Yankee
35, J Balvin
Extends Hot Latin Songs Entry Record
As mentioned, all but one track of Nadie Sabe is now on Hot Latin Songs. The 11-second spoken word, non-music track “Europa :(” is the only other track billed on the album. With 19 new debuts, Bad Bunny claims 170 career entries on the multimetric list, further opening a bigger gap between his next competitor — Anuel AA with 113 entries.
Here’s the full Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana recap on Hot Latin Songs this week:
No. 1, “Monaco” (debut)
No. 2, “Fina,” with Young Miko (debut)
No. 3, “Perro Negro,” with Feid (debut)
No. 4, “Nadie Sabe” (debut)
No. 5, “Hibiki,” with Mora (debut)
No. 6, “Mr. October” (debut)
No. 7, “Cybertruck” (debut)
No. 8, “Teléfono Nuevo,” with Luar La L (debut)
No. 9, “Baby Nueva” (debut)
No. 10, “Seda,” with Bryant Meyers (debut)
No. 11, “Un Preview”
No. 12, “Gently,” Drake featuring Bad Bunny (from Drake’s For All The Dogs album)
No. 13, “Gracias Por Nada” (debut)
No. 14, “Vou 787” (debut)
No. 15, “Where She Goes”
No. 16, “Mercedes Carota,” with YOVNGCHIMI (debut)
No. 17, “Los Pits” (debut)
No. 19, “No Me Quiero Casar” (debut)
No. 20, “Vuelve Candy B” (debut)
No. 23 “Baticano” (debut)
No. 24, “Thunder y Lightning,” with Eladio Carrión (debut)
No. 25, “Acho PR,” with Arcangel, De La Ghetto & Nengo Flow (debut)
No. 29, “Un X100to,” with Grupo Frontera (from Frontera’s El Comienzo album)
No. 49, “Mojabi Ghost,” with Tainy (from Tainy’s Data album)
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