J Balvin’s assortment of Latin Airplay No. 1s dates back to 2014, when he sent “6 AM,” the fourth solitary from La Familia album to the summit –his breakthrough established which acquired him a initially best 10 on the general Top rated Latin Albums chart (Oct. 2014). With the ‘90s dance interpolated “In Da Getto” having around atop Latin Airplay, J Balvin usually takes his 31st gain and ties Enrique Iglesias’ all-time No. 1 file, a mark Iglesias has held considering that 1996 as he put five simultaneous tracks from his self-titled debut effort and hard work atop the all-style Latin tally (“Si Tú Te Vas,” ‘Experiencia Religiosa,” “Por Amarte,” “No Llores Por Mi,” and “Trapecista”).
“In Da Getto” turns out to be profitable for the EDM DJ/ producer Skrillex obtaining beforehand scored his very first top rated 10 on the airplay-, electronic income, and streaming-blended Sizzling Latin Songs chart when the club banger debuted at No. 7 (dated July 17). It concurrently attained him a very first No. 1 on any Latin chart with the track dominating the Latin Digital Music Income on the similar chart week.
The Skrillex and Tainy-developed tune also requires home the Finest Gainer/Electronic honors on Hot Latin Songs leaping three rankings (10-7) with shut to 1,500 downloads marketed, up 59%, logged in the 7 days ending Sept. 2.
On the streaming entrance, the track posts a 28% attain to 3.42 million U.S. streams, and re-enters Latin Streaming Songs at No. 12.
“In Da Getto” follows J Balvin’s a person-7 days Latin Airplay reign of “AM,” with Nio García and Negative Bunny (July 10). In overall, he’s positioned 4 No. 1s in 2021, all by means of collaborations besides for “Tu Veneno” (April 3-dated checklist), his ninth ruler as a solo act between his 31 chart toppers.