Manuel Turizo’s ‘La Bachata’ rules Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart for 11th week

Manuel Turizo‘La Bachata’ spends an 11th week at No. 1 on Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart (dated Nov. 19). It is the longest reign of any song in 2022 and the fifth longest among all titles.
With Turizo adding another week at the summit, let’s look at the longest leads since the chart launched in 2018:

25 Weeks, “Tusa,” Karol G & Nicki Minaj
16 weeks, “Entre Nosotros,” Tiago pzk, LIT Killa, Nicki Nicole & Maria Becerra
13, “Otro Trago,” Sech, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna & Anuel AA
12, “Hawai,” Maluma & The Weeknd
12, “Calma,” Pedro Capo & Farruko
11, “La Bachata,” Manuel Turizo

Meanwhile, Rosalía’s “Despechá” is holding strong at No. 2 for an 11th non-consecutive week. Bizarrap and Quevedo’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52” rebounds to No. 3 for a fifth week after its eight weeks atop the chart, while María Becerra’s “Automático” dips 3-4.

In addition, Argentine Ysy A scores his 15th contribution, as each song from his latest album, Ysysmo, debuts on the list. A song from the 12-track set released on Nov. 11 through sponsor Dios, scores Hot Shot debut of the week: “Cómo Chilla Ella,” featuring sponsor Dios and Evlay, No. 5.

Here’s Ysy A’s complete takeover:

None. 5, “Cómo Chilla Ella,” with sponsor Dios & Evlay
None. 13, “A Por Todo,” with sponsor Dios & Oniria
None. 14, “Cuánto Vale Hacer El Amor?” with sponsor Dios & Evlay
None. 16, “Cuántos Términos?” with sponsor Dios & Baxian
None. 24, “Relojes Reventados,” with sponsor Dios & Oniria
None. 29, “Uoh Oh Oh,” with sponsor Dios & Baxian
None. 31 “Un Piso Más,” with sponsor Dios, Club Hats & Koki
None. 33, “Cuál?” with sponsor Dios & Rucci Vazquez
None. 36, “Pa Esta Soledad,” featuring Yesan & Sponsor Dios
None. 39, “Ser El Trap,” with sponsor Dios & Baxian
None. 42, “Heridas Al Fuego,” sponsor Dios & Oniria
None. 45, “Todo Pago,” Sponsor Dios & Halpe

Elsewhere, Bizarrap adds a 35th entry as his latest collaboration with Duki, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 50,” debuts at No. 11. The new arrival joins Anuel AA, Ozuna and Rauw Alejandro for the third most, and he trails only Bad Bunny’s 53 contributions and J Balvin’s 49. Duki, meanwhile, adds a 34th appearance to his tally.

La K’onga wins Greatest Gainer of the Week thanks to “El Mismo Aire,” which rises 97-81. Lali collects her 14th entry as “Motiveishon” starts at No. 83. Finally, David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Good (Blue)” opens at No. 85.

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