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Carlos Rivera & Maluma’s ‘100 Años’ Hits Top 10 on Latin Pop Airplay Chart

As Carlos Rivera and Maluma’s “100 Años” hits the top 10 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Airplay chart (dated April 17), Rivera scores his first top 10 on any airplay chart. The song, which jumps 12-10, earns Maluma his 23rd top 10 dating back to his first chart visit, “La Temperatura” with Eli Palacios (No. 8, 2014).

“100 Años” bounds with a 30% increase in audience impressions, to 3 million earned in the week ending April 11, according to MRC Data.

The song is from Rivera’s album Crónicas de Una Guerra (Feb. 26, Sony Music Latin), which debuted and peaked at No. 12 on the Latin Pop Albums chart dated March 13.  The set also includes a remix of “100 Años,” with Calibre 50, released Jan. 26.

Elsewhere, “100 Años” — which is in its ninth week on the 25-position Latin Pop Airplay chart — nets the highest debut of the week on the 50-position all-genre Latin Airplay chart. With a No. 39 start, it’s Rivera’s third entry and highest-charting song yet. “100 Años” was written by Carlos Rivera, Maluma, Edgar Barrera and Vicente Barco.

Juhn’s First: Elsewhere on the Latin charts, Myke Towers and Juhn’s “Bandido” rises 14-10 on Latin Rhythm Airplay and earns Juhn his first top 10 on any Latin airplay chart.

“Bandido” rises with 6 million in audience impressions, up 10%, earned in the week ending April 11 and vaults 21-17 on Latin Airplay. Towers secures his 10th top 10, a career count that just began less than a year ago when “Despacio,” with Natti Natasha, Nicky Jam, Manuel Turizo, DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz, peaked at No. 8 in June 2020.

Beyond its top 10 win, “Bandido” holds strong at No. 5 for a seventh nonconsecutive week on the airplay-, streaming-, digital-blended Hot Latin Songs chart after a two-week No. 4 high.


Credit: Original article published here.

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