Daddy Yankee Takes Over Atop Latin Airplay Chart With ‘Problema’

Daddy Yankee captures his 24th No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart as “Problema” jumps 2-1 on the May 15 survey.

Daddy Yankee Takes Over Atop Latin Airplay Chart With ‘Problema’

Daddy Yankee captures his 24th No. 1 on the Latin Airplay chart, as “Problema” jumps 2-1 on the May 15 survey.

The tune, released Feb. 26, takes over atop the all-genre Latin airplay chart in its eighth week through a 7% boost in audience impressions, to 9.8 million, earned in the week ending May 9, according to MRC Data.

As “Problema” hits No. 1, Daddy Yankee collects his 24th leader dating back to the 15-week coronation of “Rompe” in 2005. Since then, he’s placed 23 other No. 1 hits, three of which have led the tally for at least five weeks starting in March of its corresponding year: “Despacito” (19 weeks starting March 11, 2017), “Dura” (five weeks, starting March 17, 2018), and “Con Calma” (eight weeks starting March 16, 2019).

Daddy Yankee concurrently breaks away from a tie with Ozuna for the third-most Latin Airplay No. 1s, only trailing Enrique Iglesias’ 31 No. 1s and J Balvin’s 29.

Beyond its Latin Airplay victory, “Problema” holds steady at No. 11 on Hot Latin Songs chart (which blends airplay, streams and digital sales) after its No. 9 debut and peak (March 13-dated tally) despite a 44% dip in sales and an 8% decline in streams (1.7 million U.S. streams collected in the week ending May 6).

Back on Latin Airplay, “Problema” arrives atop the list 12 weeks after the Puerto Rican’s last triumph: “De Vuelta Pa’ La Vuelta,” with Marc Anthony, a one-week champ (Feb. 27-dated survey).

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For her part, Aquaria told Lee how she felt inspired by her sheer musical talent, and even compared it to drag as a form of self-exposure. “In the same way that I think a lot of queer people turn to drag to bloom and blossom, I think it’s so special that you have such an immense talent for music and composition, and that you get to channel it in a way that makes so many people happy,” Aquaria told Lee. “And I think it’s awesome that you’ve continued to not just give the fans what they want, but be yourself, which is what the fans really deserve from you.”

Lee also spoke with the Drag Race star about queer fans of Evanescence, thanking them for their constant support throughout her career. “To those fans: We’ve always known that you were there,” she said. “You’re one of us because I’m all about not fitting into the mold and about being who you really are despite what anybody thinks about you.”

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