Maluma is #1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart with “Pa’Ti” with Jennifer Lopez

Global Latin music idol Maluma is #1 on the Billboard Latin Airplay chart with “Pa’ Ti” his collab with Jennifer Lopez, marking his twentieth Latin Airplay #1. The track is the sixth #1 song for the artist on the Billboard chart this year, making 2020 the most successful Latin Airplay year of his career. Maluma also has the #1 and #2 tracks on the Latin Airplay chart (with mega hit “Hawái” at #2), a feat he has now achieved three times (the first was in 2017 with “Sin Contrato” at #1 and “Chantaje” at #2).

While Maluma has also scored #1s this year with his romantic “ADMV” and urban bangers “Que Pena” (with J Balvin), “Por Fa” (with Feid, Sech, Nicky Jam, J Quiles, J Balvin), “Feel the Beat” (with Black Eyed Peas), this has been the year of “Hawái” which notched at #1 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart this year for nine consecutive weeks; #1 on Billboard’s Latin Streaming Songs chart for ten weeks; and #1 on the Billboard Latin Airplay chart for four weeks. With “Hawái” Maluma has been at #1 on YouTube’s chart of the most viewed videos worldwide for multiple weeks. He has also reached #1 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart and #2 on Spotify’s Global Top 50 chart. Internationally “Hawái” has reached #1 on radio, Spotify and Apple Music in 17+ countries.

Last month Maluma and The Weeknd released a one-of-a-kind remix of the global hit, along with its music video via Sony Music Latin/RCA Records. The Weeknd‘s signature vocals go bilingual (English/Spanish) on the “Hawaí” Remix marking the first time the GRAMMY® Award-winning artist sings in Spanish. To stream/download “Hawái” Remix click HERE and to watch the video click HERE.

The artist’s massive success has happened in a very short time for the twenty-six-year-old who earned his first Billboard Latin Airplay #1 a little over five years ago, on November 21, 2015 with “Borro Cassette”, the first of many smash hits.

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