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    • Don Omar & Nio Garcia. 03m 11sec.
    • Rauw Alejandro. 03m 23sec.
    • Farruko, Victor Cardenas & Dj Adoni. 04m 26sec.
    • Sebastián Yatra. 03m 08sec.
  2. Dec 21, 2021 · “Telepatia,” “Yonaguni,” and “Pepas” sent Latin artists Kali Uchis, Bad Bunny and Farruko skyrocketing to the top of Billboard ’s Hot Latin Songs chart this year. Meanwhile, fueled by their massive...

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    • Pepas. Farruko 1 33 C.E.Reyes-Rosado, F.J.Martinez, M.G.Perez, K.Quiroz, A.Bauza, A.R.Quezada Fulgencio, V.A.Cardenas Ospina, J.M.Gomez, J.C.Garcia.
    • Dos Oruguitas. Sebastian Yatra 4 2 8 L.M.Miranda. Producer(s): L.M.Miranda, M.Elizondo. Imprint/Promotion Label: Walt Disney. Share Chart on Twitter Twitter Share Chart on Copy Link Copy Link Share Chart on Facebook Facebook Share Chart on Embed Embed.
    • Dakiti. Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez 2 1 68 G.A.M.Quintero, M.E.Masis Fernandez, B.A.Martinez Ocasio, J.M.Nieves Cortez, N.Yera Laner, E.E.Rosa Cintron.
    • Yonaguni. Bad Bunny 3 1 37 B.A.Martinez Ocasio, S.D.Jimenez, A.Singh, Byrd, O.J.Cepeda Matos, M.E.Masis Fernandez, J.M.Reyes Diaz. Producer(s)
  3. The week’s most popular Latin songs, ranked by radio airplay audience impressions, sales data and streaming activity data tracked by Nielsen Music. For more information go to Billboard.com. Billboard 6,127 likes31 songs, 1 hr 51 min # title album

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    • Benny Moré, "Bonito y Sabroso" (1951) “Bonito y Sabroso,” the most dynamic of the songs recorded by Cuban mambo masters Pérez Prado and Benny Moré, serves as a guidepost to the genre’s Golden Age.
    • Ritchie Valens "La Bamba" (1958) There’s a lot of history packed in this two-minute song: “La Bamba” is a traditional Mexican wedding song, performed in the regional son jarocho musical style of Veracruz.
    • Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66, "Mas Que Nada" (1966) Bandleader Sérgio Mendes, the godfather of bossa nova, was Brazil’s most celebrated artist in the Sixties.
    • Santana, "Oye Como Va" (1970) Originally written as a breezy Latin jazz cut by mambo legend Tito Puente in 1963, “Oye Como Va” saw then-rising rock act Santana create a new dimension in the burgeoning Latin rock sound.
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