Peso Pluma, Jasiel Nuñez & Junior H in Hot Latin Songs Top 10 – Billboard

Peso Pluma, Jasiel Nuñez & Junior H in Hot Latin Songs Top 10 – Billboard

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Peso Pluma, Jasiel Nuñez and Junior H combine forces with “Bipolar,” as the song debuts at No. 7 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart dated Sept. 23. While Pluma has previously teamed up with both Mexican artists, “Bipolar” is the first three-way effort by the corridos singers.

“Bipolar” launches at No. 7 on Hot Latin Songs fueled by streaming and radio activity. According to Luminate, the song registered 7.9 million official U.S. streams during the Sept. 8-14 tracking week, to yield a No. 4 start on Latin Streaming Songs; it’s a first top 10 for Nuñez there. The song also surges 45-31 on the overall Latin Airplay with a 25% gain in audience impressions, to 3.6 million. Sales, meanwhile, account for a negligible amount but enough to open at No. 5 on Latin Digital Song Sales. Hot Latin Songs blends airplay, streaming data, and digital sales.

Nuñez, a newly signed artist to Peso Pluma’s Double P Records label, scores his first top 10 on the multi-metric Hot Latin Songs. He’s Pluma’s frequent collaborator, landing two other entries on his Billboard chart career which began in 2023. The co-billed “Rosa Pastel” reached a No. 20 high in July, while “Lagunas” peaked at No. 13 on the Aug. 19-dated ranking.

Junior H, meanwhile, picks up his fifth top 10, four of which are Pluma partnerships. His own “El Azul” earned the 23-year-old his first entry to the upper region in May.

As for Pluma, he logs his 15th top 10 hit, including two champs. He last reached the top 10 through Karol G’s four-week ruler “Qlona” (Sept. 2-dated list).

Pluma, Nuñez and Junior H’s collaboration becomes the fourth top 10 debut by three or more artists overall in 2023. Notably, all but one belongs to Pluma, and all are regional Mexican songs. Here’s the list of top 10 tripartite entries this year:

Peak Position, Title, Artists, Peak Date
No. 10, “VVS,” Peso Pluma, Edgardo Nunez & Los Dareyes de La Sierra, July 8,
No. 8, “Que Onda,” Calle 24 x Chino Pacas x Fuerza Regida, Sept. 16
No. 3, “Lady Gaga,” Peso Pluma, Gabito Ballesteros & Junior H, Sept. 23
No. 7, “Bipolar,” Peso Pluma, Jasiel Nuñez and Junior H, Sept. 23

Beyond its top 10 debut on Hot Latin Songs, “Bipolar” rises to a new No. 13 peak on Regional Mexican Airplay. Plus, it debuts at No. 60 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, at No. 86 on Billboard Global 200 and at No. 175 on Global Excl. U.S. charts.

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