Their first collaboration zooms 6-1.
The Puerto Rican pair ties with Maluma for the fourth-most No. 1s on the list (which began in 1994), with 13. As a duo or group, however, they continue to lead, ahead of Mana, who hold 11 No. 1s.
"We couldn’t be happier with this new record as the duo or group with the most Latin Airplay No. 1s ,” Wisin tells Billboard. “We are blessed to have successful careers as a duo as well as solo artists. Thanks to the wonderful fans who keep requesting our music and the support of radio programmers.”
“Aullando” speeds up the chart thanks to a 29% push in audience impressions (to 12.7 million) earned in the week ending June 30, according to Nielsen Music; resulting in a 2.8 million audience increase from the previous week.
"I am so happy to see that this journey with my brother Wisin, continues to bring success," Yandel tells Billboard. "Our intention has always been to bring good music to our fans and it gives me great satisfaction to see how our songs continue to make history, climbing to the top of the charts.”
The song is the duo’s third straight No. 1 in a little over a year. It trails their feature role on Ricky Martin’s “Fiebre” (May 2018) and “Reggaeton En Lo Oscuro” (Jan. 26-dated tally), both which led the list for one week.
With “Aullando’s” coronation, Santos snags his 17th No. 1 securing the runner-up spot for the second-most No. 1, alongside Ricky Martin. Enrique Iglesias continues to lead with 30. Santos first claimed a spot on the top of the chart in 2011 when “You” debuted at No. 1 and reigned for seven consecutive weeks.
Meanwhile, “Aullando” continues its ascent on the Tropical Songs airplay chart arriving at the summit in its 16th week and after holding at No. 2 for four weeks.
“Aullando” is the fourth single from Wisin & Yandel’s Los Campeones del Pueblo/ The Big Leagues, which was released Dec. 14, 2018 and debuted and peaked at No. 2 on both, the Top Latin Albums chart and Latin Rhythm Albums chart (dated Dec. 29, 2018).