December 1, 2020

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Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez’s ‘Dakiti’ Is Initial Latin Strike to Concurrently Prime Equally Billboard World Charts

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Chart rankings are dependent on a weighted system incorporating official-only streams on each subscription and ad-supported tiers of audio and video music providers, as properly as down load gross sales, the latter of which replicate buys from complete-assistance electronic songs retailers from all-around the globe, with product sales from immediate-to-customer (D2C) internet sites excluded from the charts’ calculations.

‘Dakiti’ Dominates Global 200, ‘Mood’ Back Up to No. 2

A week soon after Undesirable Bunny and Jhay Cortez’s “Dakiti” entered the Billboard International 200 at No. 2, the track ascends to No. 1 with 110.2 million streams (up 32%) and 4,000 downloads sold (down 33%) globally in the 7 days ending Nov. 12.

The around the world streaming sum for the song by the two functions from Puerto Rico is the next-best in the Global 200’s quick heritage, bested only by the 123.8 million for “Lovesick Girls” by South Korea’s BLACKPINK’s (Oct. 17).

24kGoldn’s “Temper,” that includes iann dior, returns to its No. 2 Worldwide 200 superior, from No. 3, with 70 million streams (up 25%) and 19,000 bought (up 83%) globally. The music was aided by the Nov. 6 launch of its remix with, in addition to 24kGoldn and dior, Justin Bieber and J Balvin (with neither Bieber nor J Balvin getting billing on the tune on both world chart as the remix did not outperform the initial version in the monitoring 7 days).

“Hawái” by Colombia’s Maluma bounds 9-3 on the World-wide 200, surpassing its prior No. 4 significant, with 85.7 million streams (up 53%) and 6,000 sold (up 149%). Its remix with The Weeknd was produced Nov. 5 (and, as with “Mood” over, The Weeknd does not receive billing on “Hawái” on either world study as activity for its remix did not outpace that of the authentic all over the world in the monitoring week).

Rounding out the Worldwide 200’s top rated 5, Ariana Grande’s “Positions” drops to No. 4 soon after investing its very first two weeks on the chart at No. 1 and BTS’ “Dynamite” descends 4-5, just after 3 complete months on top rated.

Latin Leads: ‘Dakiti’ No. 1, ‘Hawái’ No. 2 on World Excl. U.S.

Adhering to its arrival at No. 1 a week before, Terrible Bunny and Jhay Cortez’s “Dakiti” retains its coveted rank atop the Billboard World wide Excl. U.S. chart with 88.6 million streams (up 44%) and 1,000 downloads bought (down 12%) in territories outdoors the U.S. in the week ending Nov. 12.

Maluma’s “Hawái” jumps 6-2 on the International Excl. U.S. chart, wherever it invested a 7 days at No. 1 in September, with 68.8 million streams (up 41%) and 3,000 offered (up 223%) outdoors the U.S. in the latest tracking week.

Many thanks to “Dakiti” and “Hawái,” Latin music hits rank at Nos. 1 and 2 simultaneously on the World wide Excl. U.S. chart for the 1st time.

Elsewhere in the International Excl. U.S. prime five, 24kGoldn’s “Temper,” featuring iann dior, rises 5-3 (46.5 million streams, up 22% 7,000 bought, up 76%), right after achieving No. 2 BTS’ “Dynamite” descends 3-4, right after five weeks at No. 1 and Ariana Grande’s “Positions” falls 2-5, two weeks soon after it opened at No. 1.

The Billboard World-wide 200 and Billboard Worldwide Excl. U.S. charts (dated Nov. 21) will update on Billboard.com tomorrow (Nov. 17). For equally charts, the major 100 titles are out there to all readers on Billboard.com, even though the full 200-title rankings are visible on Billboard Professional, Billboard‘s subscription-centered assistance. For all chart information, you can comply with @billboard and @billboardcharts on equally Twitter and Instagram.

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