Bad Bunny bounced back from #4 to #1 on the Billboard Artist 100 (July 16) to become the top musical hit in the US for its second week, thanks to the continued prominence of His latest LP, Un Verano Sin Ti. He first topped the list on May 21, when the album topped the Billboard 200.
The series spends its fourth week at number 1 on the Billboard 200 with 111,000 equivalent album units earned, according to Luminate. Notably, it surpassed 100,000 units in each of its first nine weeks on the chart, becoming the first album to link such an achievement since Drake. View achieved in the first 10 weeks of 2016.
Un Verano Sin Ti also dominated Top Latin Albums for the ninth week. With the fourth lead on the list, Bad Bunny took its total record to 162 weeks, holding the number one spot.
Bad Bunny simultaneously peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and latest 23 on Hot Latin Songs, with “Me Porto Bonito”, featuring Chencho Corleone, taking second place for its eighth week and returning to number one. 7th highest on the Hot 100 . Here’s a recap of his hits on the latest Hot 100:
Hot 100 Rating, Title
- Number 7, “Me Porto Bonito” with Chencho Corleone
- Number 11, “Titi Me Pregunto”
- Number 26, “Mule Moscow”
- Number 42, “Efecto”
- Number 50, “Despues de La Playa”
- Number 52, “The Party” with Rauw Alejandro
- Number 57, “Ojitos Lindos” with Bomba Estereo
- Number 64, “Tarot” with Jhay Cortez
- No. 85, “Un Ratito”
- Issue 93, “La Corriente” with Tony Dize
Among other Artist 100 dance moves, Shinedown re-appears at number 5, a new peak, thanks to the rock band’s new studio album. Planet number 0peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200 with 49,000 copies, marking #5 in the group’s top 10.
Plus, Metallica passes 38-10 on the Artist 100, returning to the top 10 for the first time since last September, after the 1986 song “Master of Puppets” was featured in the latest Netflix season. Strange things, the final episode of the fourth season premiered on July 1; synchronicity helps shape an important sequence involving metalhead Eddie Munson (played by Joseph Quinn). The eight-and-a-half-minute song debuted on the Hot 100 at number 40 – marking the group’s first top 40 spot since 2008 – with 9.6 million US streams (up 603%) in the week ending. on July 7, while the parent album of the same name re-entered the Billboard 200 at number 55 (13,000 copies, up 254%). (The set reached its 29th peak in 1986.)
Artist 100 measures artist performance through key metrics of music consumption, combining album and track sales, radio broadcasts, and streaming to provide a weekly, multi-dimensional ranking of the music’s popularity. popularity of the artist.
https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/bad-bunny-tops-artist-100-chart-fun-verano-sin-ti-1235113138/ Bad Bunny Top 100 Artists Chart for Week Two – Billboard