Banda Los Sebastianes’ ‘En Eso No Quedamos’ Hits No. 1 on Regional Mexican Airplay Chart

Banda Los Sebastianes’ ‘En Eso No Quedamos’ hits No. 1

Banda Los Sebastianes’ ‘En Eso No Quedamos’ Hits No. 1 on Regional Mexican Airplay Chart

Banda Los Sebastianes clock their third No. 1, and second in a row, on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart as “En Eso No Quedamos” ascends 2-1 on the survey dated July 4.

“En Eso No Quedamos” (which translates to “We Didn’t Agree on That”) follows the six-week reign of the group’s “Mi Meta Contigo” in November.

Banda first led the Regional Mexican Airplay chart for six weeks with its longest-charting title “A Través del Vaso” (39 weeks on the chart) in Feb. 16, 2019, over three years after the band’s first entry on the chart, “Indeleble” (No. 39, Sept. 2015).

“En Eso No Quedamos” rises thanks to a 13% boost in audience impressions (to 6.2 million) earned in the week ending June 28, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.

With a 19-week climb to No. 1, “En Eso No Quedamos” ties for slowest rise to No. 1 on the list in 2020. Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga also took a 19-week journey to the top with “No Elegí Conocerte” on the Feb. 15-dated list. (The last song to take longer to No. 1 was another Banda Los Sebastianes track, “A Traves del Vaso,” with a 21-week climb on Feb. 16, 2019.)

Concurrently, the new song lifts 13-12 on the overall Latin Airplay chart.

“En Eso No Quedamos” is the second single off Banda Los Sebastianes’ 2018 album En Vida, which launched in the top 20 on the Regional Mexican Albums chart.

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Roc Nation said tickets for the 2020 event will be valid in 2021. Ticketholders seeking refunds should look out for an email from Live Nation explaining how to get their money back.

“If anyone would prefer a refund, an email will be sent to request one. For any further ticket inquiries, please reach out to the point of purchase,” the statement read.

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