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Luck Ra’s ‘La Morocha’ Featuring BM Logs Fifth Week Atop Billboard Argentina Hot 100

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Plus, Bad Bunny secures a record-extending 70 entries on the list as Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana debuts.

Luck Ra’s “La Morocha” featuring BM rebounds 2-1 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart (dated Oct. 28) for a fifth week of domination. The song unseats Bizarrap and Milo J’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 57” from the lead after one week in charge.

With the move, “La Morocha” ties with Ke Personajes, Big One and FMK’s “Un Finde: Big One CROSSOVER #2” for five weeks at No. 1, the third-most in 2023, trailing “Los Del Espacio” (LIT Killah, Maria Becerra, FMK, Rusherking, Duki, Emilia, Tiago PZK and Big One) and Emilia, Big One and Callejero Fino’s “En La Intimidad,” both which ruled for seven weeks, and Myke Towers’ “Lala” (six weeks atop).

The week’s Greatest Gainer goes to Big One, Tini and BM’s “Lagrimas Crossover #4,” which rallies up 62 ranks, from No. 69 to No. 7. The Argentinian singer adds her 17th top 10, the third-most after Maria Becerra’s 24 top 10s and Bizarrap’s 19.

Elsewhere, as Bad Bunny’s Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana album debuts at No. 1 across Billboard charts, the Puerto Rican adds 10 new songs to his Billboard Argentina Hot 100 career, also for his record-extending 70 entries since the chart launched in 2018.

“Monaco” leads the new recruits and notches the Hot Shot Debut of the week, joining at No. 18. Plus, with “Un Preview,” which dips 45-46, and “Un X100to” with Grupo Frontera, which falls 43-50, Benito scores 13 simultaneous songs on the chart.

Let’s look at all of Bad Bunny’s songs on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 survey this week:

  • No. 18, “Monaco” (debut)
  • No. 39, “Perro Negro,” with Feid (debut)
  • No. 42, “Fina,” with Young Miko (debut)
  • No. 46, “Un Preview”
  • No. 50, “Un X100to” with Grupo Frontera (from Frontera’s El Comienzo album)
  • No. 59. “Nadie Sabe” (debut)
  • No. 60, “Hibiki,” with Mora (debut)
  • No. 72, “Seda,” with Bryant Myers (debut)
  • No. 81, “Mr. October” (debut)
  • No. 86, “Teléfono Nuevo,” with Luar La L (debut)
  • No. 87, “Baby Nueva” (debut)
  • No. 93 “Cybertruck” (debut)

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