Bizarrap & Quevedo Add a second week at the top of the Billboard Argentina Hot 100

Bizarre rap and Quevedo claim another week on top Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart as “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52” holds the No. 1 spot on the chart as of July 23.

It’s the fourth track for Bizarrap to claim at least two weeks at the summit, among a collection of six leaders dating back to the first through his featured role on Trueno’s “Mamichula,” featuring Nicki Nicole, which also features Tatu and Tatool.

With “Vol. 52” holding on to the penthouse for another week, let’s take a look at the producer’s chart-topping titles for two weeks or more:

Weeks at No. 1, title, artists (if other than bizarrap), peak date:
4 weeks at #1, “Mamichula,” featuring Trueno & Nicki Nicole, featuring Taiu & Tatool, August 1, 2020
7 Weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol .38,” featuring L-Gante, March 20, 2021,
2 Weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 23,” featuring Paulo Londra, April 30, 2022 (debuted)
2 Weeks at No. 1, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52,” featuring Quevedo, July 16, 2022

Meanwhile, the biggest winner of the week goes to Manuel Turizo‘s “La Bachata,” which rises 32 places, from No. 69 to No. 37 in its fifth week.

Elsewhere, Tiago Pzk and Mike Towers score the week’s Hot Shot debut as “Traductor” opens at No. 38. The song, which is part of the Argentine’s debut album Portales via Warner Music Latina, gives Towers his first entry in nearly a year. The Puerto Rican last visited the count with “Almas Gemelas” in August 2021 (No. 5 high).

Two locations below, Towel‘Givenchy’ debuts at No. 40. With 31 career contributions, the Argentine rapper is tied with Bizarrap for sixth-most contributions since the list’s inception in 2018. Here’s a recap of the leaderboard:

53, Bad Bunny
48, J Balvin
34, Annual AA
33, Raw Alejandro
32, Ozuna
31, Bizarrap
31, Duki

Also, Venezuelan Andrés Vicente Lazo, known by his stage name Lasso, gets his first chart hit thanks to the No. 82 debut of “Ojos Marrones.”​

Finally, Soledad and MYA boosted their career chart entries with No. 89 starting their latest collaboration “Yo No Te Pido la Luna,” a tropical version of Daniela Romo’s ’80s hit that failed to enter the charts.

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