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(File:BillboardLogo2013.svg|thumb|The Billboard logo)The Billboard Hot Latin Songs (formerly Hot Latin Tracks and Hot Latin 50) is a record chart in the United States for Latin songs, published weekly by Billboard magazine. Since October 2012, chart rankings are based on digital sales, radio airplay, and online streaming, and only predominantly Spanish-language songs are allowed to rank. The chart was established by the magazine on September 6, 1986 and was originally based on airplay on Latin music radio stations. Songs on the chart were not necessarily in Spanish language, since a few songs in English and Portuguese language have also charted.The first number one song of the Hot Latin Songs chart was "La Guirnalda" by Rocío Dúrcal on September 6, 1986. As of the issue for the week ending on October 19, 2019, the chart has had 433 different number one hits, while 169 artists have reached number one (as a lead or a featured act). The current number one song is "China" by Anuel AA, Daddy Yankee, Karol G, Ozuna and J Balvin.

History

On September 6, 1986, Billboard premiered a Latin music singles chart: the Hot Latin 50. During the 1980s decade, the data were compiled by the Billboard chart and research department with information from 70 Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and Puerto Rico.JOURNAL, October 4, 1986, New Latin Section Created; Chart, Albums Reviews Added, Billboard, Nielsen Business Media, Inc., 98, 40, 3,weblink January 6, 2010, Those radio stations were selected based on their number of listeners, and were asked to report their playlists for the week. This data was compiled by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems, which electronically monitors radio stations in more than 120 music markets across the United States.WEB,weblink Billboard Methodology,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20080209192921weblink">weblink 2008-02-09, 2009-12-22, Nielsen Business Media, Inc, Billboard, Before this chart's inception, the Latin music information on the magazine was presented only in the form of the biweekly album sales chart Top Latin Albums, which continues to be listed separately. There were no language restrictions on the chart, since a few songs in English and Portuguese have charted and even reached number one on five occasions.According to the Billboard electronic database, the first number one song on the Hot Latin 50 was "La Guirnalda" by Spanish singer Rocío Dúrcal on September 6, 1986.WEB,weblink Top Latin Songs – La Guirnalda – Rocío Dúrcal, December 22, 2009, September 6, 1986, Nielsen Business Media, Inc, Billboard, However, in the listings included in the first printed publication of the chart on October 4, 1986, the first number-one song was "Yo No Sé Qué Me Pasó" by Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel.WEB,weblink Hot Latin 50 For The Week Ending October 4, 1986, April 5, 2018, October 4, 1986, Nielsen Business Media, Inc, Billboard, In 2016, Billboard stated that the chart was introduced on the issue dated October 4, 1986, but the magazine's official website recognizes the previous issues from September 6, 1986 to September September 27, 1986, as well as Rocío Durcal's number one on the debut issue.NEWS,weblink Enrique Iglesias, Shakira and More on our Hot Latin Songs Chart 30th Anniversary: Artists With the Most No. 1s, Billboard, October 4, 2016, August 1, 2018, WEB,weblink Latin Music: Top Latin Songs – The Week of September 06, 1986, Billboard, August 1, 2018, WEB,weblink Latin Music: Top Latin Songs – The Week of September 13, 1986, Billboard, August 1, 2018, WEB,weblink Latin Music: Top Latin Songs – The Week of September 20, 1986, Billboard, August 1, 2018, WEB,weblink Latin Music: Top Latin Songs – The Week of September 27, 1986, Billboard, August 1, 2018, In 1994, three charts were introduced in addition to Hot Latin Songs: Latin Pop Airplay, which deals with pop songs whether or not it is Spanish-language; Regional Mexican Airplay, which dealt with different styles of Mexican genres; and Tropical Airplay, which focuses on the genres of tropical music. In 2005, the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart was introduced in response to the growing influence of Latin hip hop and reggaeton.NEWS,weblink Daddy Yankee Remembers 'Gasolina' 10 Years Later: 'I Knew It Was a Home Run', Billboard (magazine), Billboard, March 21, 2018, live,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20170622061939weblink">weblink June 22, 2017, mdy-all, Due to the increasing popularity of downloads sales and streaming data, Billboard updated the methodology for the Hot Latin Songs chart on October 11, 2012 to include digital sales and streaming activity in addition to airplay, as well as making only predominantly Spanish-language songs eligible for inclusion and increasing airplay data to more than 1,200 radio stations across the United States.NEWS,weblink Billboard Shakes Up Genre Charts With New Methodology, Billboard, Prometheus Global Media, October 11, 2012, April 5, 2012,

Component charts

There are several component charts that contribute to the overall calculation of Hot Latin Songs. The most significant ones are:
  • Latin Airplay: The chart measures the songs with most radio airplay audience impressions on Regional Mexican, Latin pop, tropical and Latin rhythm stations.WEB,weblink Latin Music: Top Latin Airplay Songs Chart, Billboard, March 25, 2017, Non-primarily-Spanish-language songs are eligible for inclusion. It was established on November 12, 1994. "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" by Selena was the first number-one song on the chart.WEB,weblink Latin Music: Top Latin Airplay Songs Chart – The Week of November 12, 1994, Billboard, March 28, 2017, "La Tortura" by Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz is the longest-reigning number-one, with 25 non-consecutive weeks from June 4, 2005 to December 3, 2005.WEB,weblink Enrique Iglesias Earns 29th No. 1 on Latin Airplay Chart, Billboard, Mendizabal, Amaya, April 6, 2017, December 11, 2018,
  • Latin Digital Songs: The chart measures the best-selling Spanish-language digital songs.WEB,weblink Latin Digital Song Sales: Top Spanish Songs, Billboard, March 25, 2017, It was established on January 23, 2010. "Loba" by Shakira was the first number-one song on the chart.WEB,weblink Latin Digital Song Sales: Top Spanish Songs – The Week of January 23, 2010, Billboard, March 25, 2017, "Danza Kuduro" by Don Omar featuring Lucenzo is the longest-running number-one, with 94 non-consecutive weeks from May 14, 2011 to July 20, 2013.NEWS,weblink Las 7 canciones con 20 o más semanas en el 1 de Latin Digital Song Sales de Billboard, The 7 songs with 20 or more weeks at number one on Billboard{{', s Latin Digital Song Sales|work=Billboard|publisher=Telemundo|last=Fernandez|first=Suzette|language=Spanish|date=July 7, 2017|accessdate=December 11, 2018}}
  • Latin Streaming Songs: The chart measures the most-streamed Spanish-language songs and videos on selected online music services.WEB,weblink Latin Streaming Songs: Top Spanish Songs Chart, Billboard, March 25, 2017, It was established on April 20, 2013. "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean was the first number-one song on the chart.WEB,weblink Latin Streaming Songs: Top Spanish Songs Chart – The Week of April 20, 2013, Billboard, March 25, 2017, "Bailando" by Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona is the longest-leading number-one, with 66 non-consecutive weeks from May 17, 2015 to April 16, 2016.WEB,weblink Enrique Iglesias Bailando Chart History (Latin Streaming Songs), Billboard, December 11, 2018, WEB,weblink[0]=ts_chart_artistname%3AEnrique%20Iglesias&f[1]=ss_chart_search_title%3A%2ABailando%2A&f[2]=itm_field_chart_id%3ALatin%20Streaming%20Songs&f[3]=ss_bb_type%3Achart_item&solrsort=is_chart_weeks%3Aasc&title=Bailando&type=1, Billboard Chart Search: Bailando (Latin Streaming Songs), Billboard, December 11, 2018,

Compilation

The tracking week for sales and streaming begins on Friday and ends on Thursday, while the radio play tracking-week runs from Monday to Sunday. A new chart is compiled and officially released to the public by Billboard on Tuesday. Each chart is post-dated with the "week-ending" issue date four days after the charts are refreshed online (i.e., the following Saturday).MAGAZINE,weblink Billboard Chart & Magazine Dates Now to Align Closer to Release Week, Billboard, December 19, 2017, April 5, 2018, For example:
  • Friday, January 1 – sales tracking-week begins, streaming tracking-week begins
  • Monday, January 4 – airplay tracking-week begins
  • Thursday, January 7 – sales tracking-week ends, streaming tracking-week ends
  • Sunday, January 10 – airplay tracking-week ends
  • Tuesday, January 12 – new chart released, with issue post-dated Saturday, January 16

Hot Latin Songs policy changes

The methods and policies by which this data is obtained and compiled have changed many times throughout the chart's history.

Digital downloads and online streaming

Since October 11, 2012, the Billboard Hot Latin Songs tracks paid digital downloads and streaming activity. Billboard initially started tracking downloads since January 10, 2010 with the Latin Digital Songs chart.WEB,weblink Latin Digital Song Sales: Top Spanish Songs – The Week of January 23, 2010, Billboard, March 25, 2017, However, these downloads did not count towards Hot Latin Songs. A component Latin Streaming Songs chart was introduced on April 20, 2013, which ranks web radio streams from services such as Spotify, as well as on-demand audio titles.WEB,weblink Latin Streaming Songs: Top Spanish Songs Chart – The Week of April 20, 2013, Billboard, March 25, 2017,

Recurrents

Billboard, in an effort to allow the chart to remain as current as possible and to give proper representation to new and developing artists and tracks, has removed titles that have reached certain criteria regarding its current rank and number of weeks on the chart. A song is permanently moved to "recurrent status" if it has spent 20 weeks on Hot Latin Songs and fallen below position number 25.WEB,weblink Billboard Charts Legend, Billboard, April 11, 2018, Additionally, descending songs are removed from the chart if ranking below number 10 after 26 weeks or below number five after 52 weeks.WEB,weblink 30 Years of Hot Latin Songs: Enrique Iglesias Top Artist, Romeo Santos' 'Propuesta Indecente' Top Song, Billboard, Mendizabal, Amaya, October 19, 2016, April 6, 2017,

Records

{{Further|List of Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart achievements and milestones}}(File:Enrique Iglesias (6891757342).jpg|thumb|200px|Enrique Iglesias has the most number-one songs, with 27 between 1995 and 2016.)(File:Luismigueltour.jpg|thumb|200px|Luis Miguel has the most top 10 songs, with 39 between 1987 and 2005.)(File:Luis Fonsi 2015 (cropped).JPG|thumb|200px|"Despacito" by Luis Fonsi (pictured), Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber is the longest-running number one, with 56 non-consecutive weeks from February 2017 to September 2018.)

Top 10 songs of All-Time (1986–2018)

In 2016, for the 30th anniversary of Hot Latin Songs, Billboard magazine compiled a ranking of the 50 best-performing songs on the chart over the 30 years, along with the best-performing artists. Billboard has stated that "due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted differently to account for chart turnover rates over various periods." The top 20 was updated in 2018.NEWS,weblink The Top 20 Latin Songs of All Time on the Billboard Charts, Billboard, Bustios, Pamela, September 15, 2018, September 16, 2018, {| class="wikitable"!Rank!Single!Artist(s)!Year released!Peak and duration!{{Tooltip|Ref.|Reference}}
1.|"Despacito"|Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber2017|#1 for 56 weeksHTTP://WWW.BILLBOARD.COM/CHARTS/GREATEST-HOT-LATIN-SONGS>TITLE=GREATEST OF ALL TIME HOT LATIN SONGSACCESSDATE=JANUARY 12, 2017,
2.|"Propuesta Indecente"|Romeo Santos2013|#1 for 4 weeks
3.|"A Puro Dolor"|Son by Four2000|#1 for 20 weeks
4.Mi Gente (J Balvin and Willy William song)>Mi Gente"|J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé2017WORK=BILLBOARD, September 16, 2018,
5.|"Si Tú Supieras"|Alejandro Fernández1997WORK=BILLBOARD, April 5, 2017,
6.|"Chantaje"Shakira featuring Maluma (singer)>Maluma2016WORK=BILLBOARD, September 16, 2018,
7.|"La Tortura"|Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz2005|#1 for 25 weeks
8.Te Quiero (Flex song)>Te Quiero"Flex (singer)>Flex2007WORK=BILLBOARD, March 20, 2017,
9.|"No Me Doy por Vencido"|Luis Fonsi2008WORK=BILLBOARD, March 20, 2017,
10.|"El Perdón"|Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias2015|#1 for 30 weeks

Songs with most weeks at number one

  • 56 weeks – Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber – "Despacito" (2017){{efn|name="despacito weeks"|The original version of "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee remained at number one for 12 weeks before the remix version featuring Justin Bieber was combined to the chart entry on May 6, 2017.NEWS,weblink Justin Bieber sorprende a sus fanáticos cantando en español 'Despacito' junto a Luis Fonsi, CNN en Español, Spanish, April 17, 2017, October 16, 2018, }}WEB,weblink Luis Fonsi Despacito Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017, NEWS,weblink Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee's 'Despacito' Breaks Hot Latin Songs Record for Most Weeks at No. 1, Billboard, Bustios, Pamela, February 12, 2018, March 20, 2018, NEWS,weblink Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee's 'Despacito' Hits 50th Week at No. 1 on Hot Latin Songs Chart, Billboard, Bustios, Pamela, April 10, 2018, April 10, 2018,
  • 41 weeks – Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona – "Bailando" (2014)WEB,weblink Enrique Iglesias Bailando Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,
  • 30 weeks – Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias – "El Perdón" (2015)WEB,weblink Nicky Jam El Perdon Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,
  • 25 weeks – Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz – "La Tortura" (2005)WEB,weblink Shakira La Tortura Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,
  • 22 weeks – J Balvin – "Ginza" (2015)WEB,weblink J Balvin Ginza Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,

Songs with most total weeks

  • 125 weeks – Romeo Santos – "Propuesta Indecente" (2013)WEB,weblink 30 Years of Hot Latin Songs: Enrique Iglesias Top Artist, Romeo Santos' 'Propuesta Indecente' Top Song, Billboard, Mendizabal, Amaya, October 19, 2016, March 21, 2017, WEB,weblink Romeo Santos Propuesta Indecente Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 21, 2017,
  • 110 weeks – Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber – "Despacito" (2017)
  • 62 weeks – Prince Royce – "Incondicional" (2012)WEB,weblink Prince Royce Incondicional Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 21, 2017,
  • 61 weeks – Son by Four – "A Puro Dolor" (2000)WEB,weblink Son by Four A Puro Dolor Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,
  • 60 weeks – Aventura – "Mi Corazoncito" (2007)WEB,weblink Aventura Mi Corazoncito Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 23, 2017,

Artists with most number-one singles

  • 27 – Enrique IglesiasWEB,weblink Enrique Iglesias Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017, NEWS,weblink Enrique Iglesias, Shakira and More on our Hot Latin Songs Chart 30th Anniversary: Artists With the Most No. 1s, Billboard, Mendizabal, Amaya, October 4, 2016, April 6, 2018,
  • 16 – Luis MiguelWEB,weblink Luis Miguel Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,
  • 15 – Gloria EstefanWEB,weblink Gloria Estefan Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,
  • 11 – Ricky Martin,WEB,weblink Ricky Martin Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017, ShakiraWEB,weblink Shakira Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,
  • 10 – Marco Antonio Solís,WEB,weblink Marco Antonio Solís Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017, Maná,WEB,weblink Maná Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017, Wisin & YandelWEB,weblink Wisin & Yandel Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,

Artists with most top five singles

  • 34 – Enrique Iglesias
  • 31 – Luis Miguel
  • 21 – Cristian Castro,WEB,weblink Cristian Castro Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 22, 2017, Marco Antonio Solís
  • 20 – Gloria Estefan
  • 19 – Daddy Yankee

Artists with most top 10 singles

  • 39 – Luis MiguelNEWS,weblink Ricky Martin Scores 26th Top 10 Hit on Hot Latin Songs Chart, Billboard, Mendizabal, Amaya, August 12, 2015, June 27, 2018,
  • 38 – Enrique Iglesias
  • 29 – Chayanne,WEB,weblink Chayanne Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017, Cristian Castro, Shakira, Daddy Yankee
  • 27 – Ricky Martin
  • 26 – Marc AnthonyWEB,weblink Marc Anthony Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, July 31, 2019,

Artists with most chart entries

  • 70 – Daddy YankeeWEB,weblink Daddy Yankee Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 20, 2017,
  • 66 – Los Tigres del NorteWEB,weblink Los Tigres del Norte Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, April 5, 2017, JOURNAL,weblink Hot Latin Songs – Week of May 9, 2009, April 5, 2018, May 9, 2009, Nielsen Business Media, Inc, Billboard, 73, 78,
  • 65 – OzunaWEB,weblink Ozuna Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, September 5, 2018,
  • 59 – Bad BunnyWEB,weblink Bad Bunny Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, July 24, 2019,
  • 58 – Vicente FernándezWEB,weblink Vicente Fernandez Chart History (Hot Latin Songs), Billboard, March 24, 2017,

Year-End

Most years at number one

  • 3 – Ana Gabriel, Enrique Iglesias, Juan Gabriel
  • 2 – Daddy Yankee, Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi, Nicky Jam, Selena

Most years in the top 10

  • 12 – Enrique Iglesias
  • 7 – Ana Gabriel, Daddy Yankee, Luis Miguel, Marco Antonio Solís, Shakira
  • 6 – Juan Gabriel, La Arrolladora Banda El Limón, Los Bukis, Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin
  • 5 – J Balvin, Ricardo Montaner, Romeo Santos

See also

Notes

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References

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External links

{{Billboard Latin charts}}

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