For the first time ever, a Spanish-language song has topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Bad Bunny and Chencho’s “Me Porto Bonito” unseated Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” for the No. 1 spot on the latest chart.
This is a huge accomplishment not only for the artists, but also for the Latinx community as a whole. This just goes to show that our voices are being heard and that we are making an impact in the music industry.
Bad Bunny and Chencho, the leaders of the Puerto Rican rap scene, released their No. 1 hit “Me Porto Bonito” earlier this year. The song has quickly become a sensation across the globe, with fans singing along to the catchy lyrics and infectious beat.
Puerto Rican-American rapper Bad Bunny is known for his colorful style and unique flow, and “Me Porto Bonito” is no exception. The track is full of references to everyday Puerto Rican culture, and it’s sure to become a classic for years to come.
As the hip-hop world continues to gain traction and diversify, there has been a lot of buzz around Chencho and Bad Bunny’s new collaboration “Me Porto Bonito.” The track was released earlier this month and is already climbing the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This is especially exciting considering that two of the top rappers in the industry are of Puerto Rican descent.
'Me Porto Bonito' Official Music Video
What was the first world global music chart?
This year, the world’s first global music chart was released by Billboard. The Hot Latin Songs chart, which ranks songs based on their performance on US radio stations, is now available in over 20 countries around the world.
On the international chart, “No. 1 Hit” by Bad Bunny & Chencho from Puerto Rico takes the top spot. Other top performing songs include “Me Porto Bonito” by Spanish duo Bad Bunny & Chencho, which is No. 2 on the international chart, and “I Like It” by J Balvin & Willy William, which is No. 3. This is the first time a song from Puerto Rico has topped the Hot Latin Songs chart.