Shakira & Maluma's 'Clandestino' Tops Three Latin Airplay Charts

Shakira & Maluma's 'Clandestino' Tops Three Latin Airplay Charts

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Shakira and Maluma's "Clandestino" vaults 7-1 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated Sept. 29), incomes Shakira her 14th chief and Maluma his 10th. The monitor lifts with a 27 % enhance in viewers impressions (to 13 million) within the week ending Sept. 23, in response to Nielsen Music.

Shakira now ties for the third-most leaders on the chart with Carlos Vives, Romeo Santos and Wisin, trailing solely Enrique Iglesias with 30 and Ricky Martin with 17. She additionally extends her domination as the feminine artist with essentially the most No. 1s because the chart's inception in 1994.

“Almost precisely two years have handed since we first went into the studio to write down 'Chantaje' and I knew instantly that we had successful," Shakira tells Streets Talkin. "With 'Clandestino,' I had that very same precise sensation. It had one thing particular from the second we began engaged on it, however reaching No. 1 on all three of these charts in the identical week — city, pop and total airplay — simply reveals how versatile of a tune it truly is, and I’m so completely happy it’s resonating with various kinds of followers in all places.”

Notably, “Clandestino” is Shakira’s first No. 1 of the yr. It follows “Perro Fiel,” that includes Nicky Jam, which arrived on the summit on the chart dated Dec. 23, 2017, reigning for 4 consecutive weeks. Her solely different charted title in 2018: “Trap,” one other collaboration with Maluma.

Maluma, in the meantime has racked up a complete of 12 charted titles on Latin Airplay in 2018. Out of these, 4 landed on the penthouse: “Corazon,” that includes Nego do Borel (Jan. 27, two weeks at No. 1), “El Préstamo” (June 2, two weeks at No. 1), his characteristic on Prince Royce’s “El Clavo” (Sept. 1) and, after all, “Clandestino.”

“I couldn’t be happier about 'Clandestino'’s triple win at No. 1 on Latin Airplay, Latin Pop and Latin Rhythm," Maluma tells Streets Talkin. "Thankful for everybody at radio, the followers and, after all, Shakira, who’s at all times wonderful to work with! I’d by no means have imagined three years in the past that as we speak I’d have achieved 10 No. 1 songs on Latin Airplay and it feels superior.”

Moreover, "Clandestino" hits No. 1 on each Latin Pop Songs (2-1) and Latin Rhythm Airplay (6-1). On the previous, Shakira continues to carry the report as the girl with essentially the most No. 1s, with 18. On the latter, she now joins Jennifer Lopez and Becky G in a three-way tie for essentially the most No. 1s amongst girls, with three.

The tune’s music video has generated greater than 145 million international YouTube views since its launch on July 27.

In honor of her new report, right here’s a rundown of Shakira’s assortment of No. 1s on the Latin Airplay chart:

Weeks at No. 1, Song Title, Peak Date

25, “La Tortura,” June four, 2005
eight, “Hips Don’t Lie” that includes Wyclef Jean May 27, 2006
7, “Suerte,” Oct. 6, 2011
6, “La Bicicleta” with Carlos Vives, June 18, 2016
5, “Loba,” Aug. 29, 2009
four, “Perro Fiel” that includes Nicky Jam, Dec. 23, 2017
three, “Ciega Sordomuda,” Nov. 21, 1998
three, “Chantaje” that includes Maluma, Nov. 19, 2016
2, “Mi Verdad” Mana that includes Shakira, Feb. 28, 2015
1, “Tú,” Feb. 20, 1999
1, “Que Me Quedes Tú,” March 1, 2003
1, “Te Lo Agradezco, Pero No” Alejandro Sanz that includes Shakira, March 10, 2007
1, “Loca” that includes El Cata, Nov. 6, 2010
1, “Clandestino” with Maluma, Sept. 29, 2010