The heat of Un Verano Sin Ti is nowhere near a simmer down; it’s still burning hot! Put it this way: Bad Bunny’s new tracks are now replacing each other as they each make their way to the No. 1 spot. The latest chart-topper is “Me Porto Bonito,” the collaboration with Chencho Corleone, which has now earned Bad Bunny his 11th No. 1 to date – making him the new leader of Latin rhythmic acts.
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Un Verano Sin Ti’s debut was nothing short of impressive and continues to lead charts in this fast-paced music release industry. According to Billboard, “Me Porto Bonito” went from No. 4 to No. 1, knocking down his own track “Moscow Mule,” which is now sitting at No. 2. The power of Bad Bunny streamers must be incredible, since this achievement happened regardless of the song’s small decline of 9 percent in streaming activity since its release. The rest of the album’s tracks have also experienced a streaming decrease of between 17 and 36 percent – but that doesn’t seem to deter the album’s success!
With these accumulated 11 No. 1, Bad Bunny now holds the top place under the category of Latin rhythmic acts, exceeding Wisin & Yandel’s 10 top-charters. Overall, the Puerto Rican hitmaker holds the fourth place among all Latine acts. The other Latine leading acts include Enrique Iglesias with 27 No.1s, Luis Miguel with 16, and Gloria Estefan with 15. Benito is now tied with the good company of Ricky Martin, Marco Antonio Solis, and Shakira, all with 11 top-charting tracks.
Moreover, “Me Porto Bonito” also marks Chencho Corleone’s first No. 1 as a soloist. With that in mind, this particular song has elevated each artist’s musical trajectory – and we’re excited to witness what further doors it opens.