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Tropical Songs

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Tropical Songs or Tropical Airplay chart (formerly known as Tropical/Salsa and Latin Tropical Airplay) is a record chart published on Billboard magazine established in 1994. The first number-one song to be published on the chart was "Quien Eres Tu" by Luis Enrique. It features Latin music information from tropical music such as salsa, merengue, bachata, reggaeton, cumbia and vallenato. This chart features only singles or tracks and like most Billboard charts, is based on Airplay; the radio charts are compiled using information tracked by from Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems (BDS), which electronically monitors radio stations in more than 140 markets across the United States. The audience charts cross-reference BDS data with listener information compiled by the Arbitron ratings system to determine the approximate number of audience impressions made for plays in each daypart.[1] The chart was usually posted weekly until the introduction of the Latin Rhythm Airplay Chart in 2005 where it was posted every other week. As of August 2009, the Latin Tropical Airplay is now posted weekly on the Billboard website. On January 21, 2017, Billboard updated the methodology for the Tropical Songs chart to exclude songs that do not fit in the tropical music category. In addition, the chart now covers the top 25 songs on the chart as opposed to 40.[2]

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Contents

Charts achievements

Artist with the most number-one hits

Rank Performer Total Weeks at #1 Number-one songs (year)/(weeks at number-one) Ref
1 Víctor Manuelle 28 "Hay Que Poner el Alma" (1996)
"Volverás" (1996)
"Dile a Ella" (1997)
"He Tratado" (1997)
"Así Es La Mujer" (1998)
"Se Me Rompe el Alma" (1998)
"Que Habia Sido de Mi" (1998)
"El Cuerpo Me Pide" (Víctor Manuelle featuring Elvis Crespo) (1999)
"Pero Dile" (1999)
"Me Da lo Mismo" (2001)
"Como Se Lo Explico al Corazon" (2001)
"Por Ese Hombre" (Brenda K. Starr featuring Tito Nieves and Víctor Manuelle) (2002)
"En Nombre de los Dos" (2002)
"El Tonto Que No Te Olvido" (2003)
"Tengo Ganas" (2004)
"Nuestro Amor Se Ha Vuelto Ayer" (2006)
"Nunca Habia Llorado Así" (Víctor Manuelle featuring Don Omar) (2007)
"Yo No Se Perdonarte" (2008)
"Mirame" (2009)
"Si Tú Me Besas" (2012)
"Ella Lo Que Quiere Es Salsa" (Víctor Manuelle featuring Voltio and Jowell & Randy) (2012)
"Me Llamaré Tuyo" (2013)
"Una Vez Mas" (Víctor Manuelle featuring Reik)
"Que Suenen Los Tambores" (2014)
"Agua Bendita" (2015)
"No Queria Enganarte" (2015)
"Como Lo Hacia Yo (Salsa)" (2016)
"Imaginar" (2016)
[3][4]
2 Marc Anthony 26 "Te Conozco Bien" (1995)
"Se Me Sigue Olvidando" (1995)
"Nadie Como Ella" (1995)
"Te Amaré" (1996)
"Llegaste a Mi" (1996)
"Hasta Ayer" (1996)
"Y Hubo Alguien" (1997)
"Si Te Vas" (1998)
"Contra La Corriente" (1998)
"No Me Ames" (Jennifer Lopez featuring Marc Anthony) (1999)
"Dímelo" (1999)
"Muy Dentro de Mí" (2000)
"Celos" (2001)
"Viviendo"(2002)
"Ahora Quien"(2004)
"Tu Amor Me Hace Bien" (2005)
"Que Precio Tiene el Cielo" (2006)
"Mi Gente" (2007)
"Rain Over Me" (Pitbull featuring Marc Anthony) (2011)
"Por Que Les Mientes" (Tito El Bambino featuring Marc Anthony) (2012)
"Vivir Mi Vida" (2013)
"Cambio de Piel" (2014)
"Flor Pálida" (2014)
"Cuando Nos Volvamos a Encontrar" (Carlos Vives featuring Marc Anthony) (2014)
"La Gozadera" (Gente de Zona featuring Marc Anthony) (2015)
"Olvídame y Pega la Vuelta"(Jennifer Lopez featuring Marc Anthony) (2016)
[5]
3 Gilberto Santa Rosa 14 "No Quiero Na' Regala'o" (1996)
"Yo No Te Pido" (1997)
"Dejate Querer" (1999)
"Que Alguien Me Diga" (2000)
"Pero No Me Ama" (2001)
"Pueden Decir" (2001)
"La Agarro Bajando" (2002)
"Por Mas Que Intento" (2002)
"Si Te Dijeron" (2003)
"Sombra Loca" (2004)
"Los Hombres Tiene La Culpa" (Gilberto Santa Rosa featuring Don Omar) (2006)
"Conteo Regresivo" (2007)
"Llego el Amor" (2009)
"Vivir Sin Ti" (2010)
[6]
4 Jerry Rivera 11 "Suave" (1995)
"Loco de Amor" (1996)
"Una y Mil Veces" (1996)
"Lloraré" (1997)
"Ese" (1998)
"Quiero" (2001)
"Vuela Muy Alto" (2002)
"Mi Libertad" (featuring Voltio) (2003)
"Cuesta Abajo" (2007)
"Solo Pienso En Ti" (2011)
"Solo Con un Beso" (2012)
[7]
5 Juan Luis Guerra 10 "Mi PC" (1998)
"Palomita Blanca" (1999)
"Las Avispas" (2004)
"Para Ti" (2005)
"La Llave de Mi Corazón" (2007)
"Que Me Des Tu Cariño" (2007)
"La Travesia" (2007)
"Como Yo" (2008)
"Bachata en Fukuoka" (2010)
"Cuando Me Enamoro" (Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra) (2010)
[8]

Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay Year-End Chart

Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay Decade-End Chart

  • 2000-2009: "Qué Precio Tiene El Cielo" by Marc Anthony

See also

References

General
  • "Tropical Songs". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved 2010-06-25. NOTE: Due to an error on the site, Tropical Songs prior to August 2009 are not listed where albums released to 2003 and before are shown instead. For songs prior to August 2009, refer the Billboard Magazines on Google Books.
Specific

External links

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