Ke Personajes, Big One, and FMK’s “Un Finde: Big One Crossover #2” claims a fourth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart (dated May 13). The song enters into a tie with Bizarrap and Shakira’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” for the second-longest reign in 2023, trailing Big One’s own “En La Intimidad,” with Emilia and Callejero Fino, which dominated for seven consecutive weeks starting the Feb. 25-dated ranking.
BM’s “M.A (Mejores Amigos)” holds strong at No. 2, four weeks after it became his first No. 1 (chart dated April 15).
The Hot Shot Debut of the week goes to Emilia’s “Jagger” at No. 11. With the latter plus ”No_Se_Ve.Mp3,” with Ludmila, debuting at No. 41 this week, Emilia collates her 21st entry on the Argentina Hot 100 and joins the exclusive group of female artists with 21 entries or more: Maria Becerra has secured 39 entries, Karol G posts 30, Tini holds 29, while Nicki Nicole has claimed a total of 26 career entries.
Overall, Bad Bunny continues at the lead with a total of 58 chart entries.
Further, Duki’s “aPoLLo13” launches at No. 32. With the new entry, the Argentinian rapper adds a 40th entry to his account, the fourth-most after Bad Bunny’s 59 titles, J Balvin’s 49, and Bizarrap’s 43 chart appearances.
Khea and Tiago Pzk’s “Para Amarte a Ti” take the Greatest Gainer honor of the week as the song climbs 26 rankings, from No. 76 to No. 50.
Elsewhere, Mesita picks up his first entry as a soloist, unaccompanied by any other act, as “Dale Mecha” starts at No. 81.
The chart boasts six other debuts this week, starting with MYA and Rusherking’s “Mya Live P1: Chanel De Coco” at No. 84. Meanwhile, Lola Indigo and Quevedo’s “El Tonto” bows at No. 87; WOS’ “Descartable” joins at No. 89; Luck Ra and La Renga’s “Bebe Dame” debuts at No. 90; while La Joaqui’s “Cachorro” arrives at No. 97.
Lastly, thanks to the biographical Nexflix series El Amor Después del Amor, a classic of singer-songwriter Fito Páez makes its chart debut as “11 y 6” starts at No. 99. With the new arrival, Paez captures his fifth entry.
This story originally appeared on Billboard