Bad Bunny’s ‘Where She Goes’ Arrives at No. 1 on Latin Airplay

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The track climbs from No. 2 on the overall Latin airplay tally.

Bad Bunny “WHERE SHE GOES”

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A week after Bad Bunny secured his 26th top 10 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart with “Where She Goes,” the Puerto Rican adds a new chart success as the track captures the crown on the Aug. 12-dated ranking.

“Where She Goes” climbs from No. 2 on the overall Latin airplay tally with 9.22 million audience impressions, that’s a 2% gain from the week prior, earned in the week ending Aug. 3, according to Luminate.

With “Goes” Benito pick up his 22nd No. 1 and becomes the seventh artist overall with as many or more champs on Latin Airplay. Plus, he enters a tie with Maluma and Wisin for the fifth-most since the chart’s inception in 1994. Here’s the recap:

35, J Balvin
22, Enrique Iglesias
32, Ozuna
28, Daddy Yankee
22, Bad Bunny
22, Maluma
22, Wisin

“Goes” takes the lead a month after “Un X100to,” with Grupo Frontera, capped its six-week reign (July 8-dated list). The track took over Latin Airplay in its third week, the fastest journey to the top spot among Bad Bunny’s 22 No. 1s.

Latin Airplay is one of nine charts where “Goes” has reached the top 10. In addition to topping Latin Airplay, it has hit No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200, Latin Digital Song Sales, and Latin Rhythm Airplay; No. 2 on Hot Latin Songs; No. 3 on Global Excl. U.S., Streaming Songs, and Latin Streaming Songs; and No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Feid & Sean Paul Link Up with New Top 10: Elsewhere on Latin Airplay, Feid and Sean Paul combine forces for a new top 10 as “Niña Bonita” climbs 11-4.

The song takes the Greatest Gainer honors with a 36% gain in audience impressions, generating 8.6 million, during the same tracking period.

“Niña Bonita” is just the second collaboration with an artist who primarily records in a language other than Spanish to reach the top 10 on Latin Airplay in 2023, after Ozuna paired-up with Congolese French artist Gims on the three-week ruler “Arhbo (Music From The FIFA World Cup Quatar 2022)”, the track held in the top 10 for six weeks between late 2022-23.

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