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Monitor Latino

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Monitor Latino
IndustryMusic
Founded2003
HeadquartersLos Angeles, United States
Key people
Juan Carlos Hidalgo, Juan Carlos Ortiz, Felix García, Antonio García
ProductsMusic monitoring system
Websitewww.monitorlatino.com

Monitor Latino (stylised monitorLATINO) is a singles chart founded in 2003 which ranks songs on chart based on airplay across radio stations in Latin American countries and Hispanic radio stations in the United States using the Radio Tracking Data, LLC in real time.[1][2]

Monitor Latino started monitoring radio stations in Mexico and the United States in 2003. The company later expanded into other Latin American markets, and currently it monitors radio stations and issues music charts for 18 countries.

In January 2012, Monitor Latino began surveying radio stations in the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Guatemala, publishing singles chart which were only accessible to subscribers.[3] Since 2016, their complete charts are accessible to the general public, and an archive for their weekly charts after July 2014 is available on their website.

Monitor Latino hosts an annual award show which is held in Los Angeles, California.[4] The company has its offices in Los Angeles and in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Number-one songs

Argentina

Bolivia

  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020

Colombia

Guatemala

Mexico

Panama

Puerto Rico

Venezuela

Year-end charts

Latin America

In 2017, Monitor Latino introduced a general year-end chart for the 100 most-played songs in radio stations across Latin America.[5] The first year-end chart measured data from 15 countries, a figure that increased to 19 as of 2019.[5][6]

2017

Rank Single Artist(s) Spins[7]
1 "Despacito" Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber 580,450
2 "Felices Los 4" Maluma 370,990
3 "Mi Gente" J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé 338,240
4 "El Amante" Nicky Jam 308,320
5 "Shape of You" Ed Sheeran 266,540
6 "Súbeme La Radio" Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Zion & Lennox 261,980
7 "Adiós Amor" Christian Nodal 254,750
8 "Chantaje" Shakira featuring Maluma 252,250
9 "Sigo Extrañándote" J Balvin 245,910
10 "Escápate Conmigo" Wisin featuring Ozuna 245,130

2018

Rank Single Artist(s) Spins[8]
1 "Dura" Daddy Yankee 389,830
2 "X" Nicky Jam and J Balvin 372,090
3 "Me Niego" Reik featuring Ozuna and Wisin 363,350
4 "Échame la Culpa" Luis Fonsi and Demi Lovato 324,050
5 "Bella" Wolfine featuring Maluma 303,300
6 "Corazón" Maluma featuring Nego do Borel 285,420
7 "No Es Justo" J Balvin featuring Zion & Lennox 230,010
8 "Déjala Que Vuelva" Piso 21 featuring Manuel Turizo 218,030
9 "Havana" Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug 214,780
10 "Sin Pijama" Becky G and Natti Natasha 207,620

2019

Rank Single Artist(s) Spins[9]
1 "Con Calma" Daddy Yankee featuring Snow 462,880
2 "Calma" Pedro Capó and Farruko 435,260
3 "Otro Trago" Sech featuring Darell 254,160
4 "Un Año" Sebastián Yatra featuring Reik 242,210
5 "Mía" Bad Bunny featuring Drake 235,300
6 "Soltera" Lunay featuring Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny 234,200
7 "A Través del Vaso" Banda Los Sebastianes 225,330
8 "Taki Taki" DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna, and Cardi B 223,640
9 "Te Vi" Piso 21 featuring Micro TDH 219,840
10 "Con Altura" Rosalía and J Balvin featuring El Guincho 214,320

Mexico

Charts by country

Monitor Latino provides a total of seventy-three Airplay charts, distributed in eighteen countries and one region and sixteen music genres.

Argentina

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Nacional
  • Top 20 Latino
  • Top 20 Anglo

Bolivia

  • Top 20 General

Chile

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Nacionalidad
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Urbano
  • Top 20 Popular
  • Top 20 Tropical
  • Top 20 Anglo

Colombia

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Vallenato
  • Top 20 Crossover
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Tropical
  • Top 20 Urbano
  • Top 20 Popular
  • Top 20 Anglo

Costa Rica

  • Top 20 General

Dominican Republic

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Bachata
  • Top 20 Merengue
  • Top 20 Salsa
  • Top 20 Urbano
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Anglo

Ecuador

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Nacionalidad
  • Top 20 Latino
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Urbano
  • Top 20 Tropical
  • Top 20 Anglo

El Salvador

  • Top 20 General

Guatemala

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Regional Mexicano
  • Top 20 Anglo

Honduras

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Pop

Latin America

  • Top 20 América Latina Popular
  • Top 20 América Latina Latino
  • Top 20 América Latina Tropical

Mexico

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Popular
  • Top 20 Anglo

Nicaragua

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Pop

Panama

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Latino
  • Top 20 Urbano
  • Top 20 Tropical
  • Top 20 Anglo

Paraguay

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Pop

Peru

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Urbano
  • Top 20 Popular
  • Top 20 Tropical
  • Top 20 Anglo

Puerto Rico

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Anglo
  • Top 20 Urbano

Dominican Republic

  • Top 20 General

United States

  • Top 20 Mainstream
  • Top 20 Regional Mexicano
  • Top 20 Pop Rhythmic
  • Top 20 Tropical
  • Top 20 Anglo
  • Top 20 Oldies

Uruguay

  • Top 20 General

Venezuela

  • Top 20 General
  • Top 20 Nacionalidad
  • Top 20 Latino
  • Top 20 Pop
  • Top 20 Anglo
  • Top 20 Urbano
  • Top 20 Tradicional
  • Top 20 Tropical
  • Top 20 Vallenato

See also

References

  1. ^ "Monitor Latino - Company". Monitor Latino. Retrieved 2012-05-30.
  2. ^ "Monitor Latino - Formats" (in Spanish). Monitor Latino. Archived from the original on 2012-08-01. Retrieved 2012-05-30.
  3. ^ "Llega a República Dominicana". RadioNotas (in Spanish). MonitorLatino. 2012-01-03. Retrieved 2012-05-30.[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ "Ascap Latino Sponsors Monitor Latino Convention". ASCAP. 2009-08-01. Retrieved 2012-05-30.
  5. ^ a b Rivera, Nayeli (December 14, 2017). "Charts Anuales" (in Spanish). Monitor Latino. Retrieved December 27, 2019.
  6. ^ Rivera, Nayeli (December 6, 2019). "Chart Anual" (in Spanish). Monitor Latino. Retrieved December 27, 2019.
  7. ^ "Chart Anual Monitor Latino 2017 – Internacional General" (in Spanish). Monitor Latino. Retrieved December 27, 2019.
  8. ^ "Chart Anual Monitor Latino 2018 – Internacional General" (in Spanish). Monitor Latino. Retrieved December 27, 2019.
  9. ^ "Chart Anual Monitor Latino 2019 – Internacional General" (in Spanish). Monitor Latino. Retrieved December 27, 2019.

External links

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