Emilia & TINI’s ‘La_Original.Mp3’ Rules Billboard Argentina Hot 100 for a Fourth Week


The song is now tied with Shakira and Bizarrap’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” for eighth most weeks atop the chart in 2023.

Emilia, TINI “La_Original.mp3”

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Emilia and TINI’s “La_Original.Mp3” holds steady atop the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart for a fourth week at No. 1 on the chart dated Dec. 9. The song enters a tie with Bizarrap and Shakira’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” for the eighth-most weeks in charge in 2023.

Singer-songwriter Abel Pintos nabs his first top 10 entry as “Que Me Falte Todo,” with Luck Ra, advances 13-9 in its fifth week.

Back to Emilia, “GTA.Mp3” concurrently holds at No. 10 for a third week, after its No. 2 high last October. Plus, seven other of her songs make progress across the chart. In total, Emilia places nine simultaneous entries on the tally this week, the second-most for a woman in 2023, after Maria Becerra, who places 11 concurrent songs during the Jan. 7-14 dated rankings.

Only two artists have placed more simultaneous entries in 2023: Duki with 15 songs (July 1st-dated list) and Bad Bunny charted with 13 (Oct. 28-dated survey). Let’s review all of Emilia’s songs on the current tally:

No. 1, “La_Original.Mp3”, along with TINI

No. 10, “GTA.Mp3”

No. 14, “Exclusive.Mp3”

No. 18, “Los del Espacio,” with LIT Killah, Tiago PZK, Maria Becerra, Duki, Rusherking & Big One

No. 32, “No_Se_Ve.Mp3,” with Ludmilla

No. 37, “Salgo a Bailar,” with FMK

No. 43, “En la Intimidad,” with Big One & Callejero Fino

No. 48, “IConic.Mp3”

No. 86, “Jagger.Mp3”

TINI’s “Cupido” takes home the Greatest Gainer trophy of the week, as it climbs from No. 85 to No. 68.

Meanwhile, the Hot Shot Debut of the week goes to Uruguayan band Rombai, Fer Vázquez and Cami Raj whose first team-up, “Cumbia Cheta,” debuts at No. 80.

Lastly, two other songs debut this week, starting with El Joan and Celso El Potente who secure their first Billboard Argentina Hot 100 entry through “Le Gustan Lo’ Flaites” at No. 90, while Lauty Gram adds his fourth entry with “Mayor Que Yo” at No. 98.

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