Colombian singer Karol G (real name: Carolina Giraldo Navarro) will perform March 13 at Luna Park, a month after her song with Nicki Minaj, "Tusa," stays at the top of the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 for a fifth week straight. The 28-year-old's video already has more than 500 million views on YouTube.
Sech and Arcángel were the only ones who climbed positions in the top 10, going from No. 10 to 8 with "Sigues Con Él." As a result, Dalex and Lenny Tavárez's "Hola" placed at No. 9, and Camilo and Pedro Capó's "Tutu" landed in the 10th position.
Medellín native J Balvin is the artist with the most number of songs on the chart with 11, including both collaborations and his own singles, such as "RITMO" at No. 3 or "China" at No. 7. Of special note and an unprecedented accomplishment on the Argentina Hot 100, Balvin has four songs in a row from 19 to 22, with "Blanco" and "Morado" from his "Seeing Music In Colors" series, "No Me Conoce (Remix)" with Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez, and his hit with Rosalía, "Con Altura."
Justin Bieber once again became one of the highest-climbing artists with his latest track, "Yummy," rising from No. 40 to 29. He was surpassed only by Wos with his return single, "Canguro," climbing 13 places from No. 97 to 84.
This week, five songs entered the chart for the first time: Javiielo's "Pa Los Gustos Los Colores" takes this week's Hot Shot Debut, entering in the 48th position; "Definitivamente" by Daddy Yankee & Sech follows closely at No. 52; Agapornis and Hernán alongside La Champion's Liga and Lauro arrive at No. 70 with "Flasheaste Amor"; "Perdiendo La Cabeza," Carlos Rivera's collaboration with Becky G and Pedro Capó enters at No. 77; and "¿Dónde Estás?" by Khea closes the list at No. 99.