Bizarrap and Quevedo claim a second week on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart as “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52” is ranked No. 1 in the July 23 rankings.
This is the fourth track for Bizarp to claim at least two weeks into the summit, the first among a collection of six leaders dating through his featured role in Truno’s “Mamichula” with Nikki Nichol, which featured Tatu. And also includes Tatools.
With “Vol. 52” stable at Penthouse for a second week, let’s take a look at the producer’s ranked titles at the top of the list for two weeks or more:
Week at No. 1, Title, Artist (Other than Bizarp), Peak Date:
4 Weeks on No. 1 “Mamichula” with Trueno and Nikki Nicole, Featuring Taiu and Tatoul, August 1, 2020
7 weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol.38,” with L-Gante, March 20, 2021,
2 weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 23,” with Paulo Londra, April 30, 2022 (first time)
2 weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52,” with Quevedo, July 16, 2022
Meanwhile, the biggest gainer of the week goes to Manuel Turrizo’s “La Bachata”, which rises in its fifth week from No.69 to No.32 ranking.
Elsewhere, Tiago Pzk and Myke Towers scored the Hot Shot Debut of the Week as “Tradector” opens at No. 38. The song, which is part of the Argentine debut album Portales through Warner Music Latina, earns Towers its first entry in an almost one. year. The Puerto Ricans last visited Tally in August 2021 (number 5 high) with “Almas Gemelas”.
Ranking two below, Duque’s “Givenchy” debuts at No. 40. With 31 career entries, the Argentine rapper enters a tie with Bizarrap for the sixth-most entries since the list was inception in 2018. Here is a brief description of the scoreboard:
53, Bad Bunny
48, J Balvin
34, Anuel AA
33, Raw Alejandro
In addition, Venezuela’s Andrés Vicente Lazo, known for his stage name Lasso, earned his first chart entry thanks to the number 82 debut of “Ojos Marrones”.
Finally, Soledad and MYA elevated their career chart entries with the number 89 debut of their latest collaboration “Yo No Te Pido La Luna”, a tropical version of Daniela Romo’s 80s hit that charted. did not enter.
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Reference from www.billboard.com