Carin León and Grupo Frontera each land their second top 10 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart as “Que Vuelvas,” their first team-up rallies 15-5 on the Dec. 31-dated ranking in its second week on the chart.
“Que Vuelvas” was released Dec. 9 via BorderKid/Sony Music Latin. The track traces its arrival to the top 10 on the multi-metric tally to a robust streaming activity, earning the Greatest Gainer/Streaming honors of the week.
On the streaming front, the track logged 7.2 million official U.S. streams, up 64%, in the Dec. 16-22 tracking week, according to Luminate. The boost yields a 16-5 ascent on Latin Streaming Songs, to secure León his first top 10 there. The song also sold 1,000 downloads holding at No. 2 on Latin Digital Song Sales.
Meanwhile, radio airplay also accounts for “Que Vuelvas’” surge on Hot Latin Songs, which blends airplay, streaming data, and digital sales. The song registered 3 million in audience impressions in the same period, up 38%, sparking a 44-34 lift on the all-genre Latin Airplay chart.
Both León and Grupo Frontera claim their second top 10 on Hot Latin Songs. For the former, it arrives a year and four months after the Mexican singer-songwriter secured his first top 10 through another partnership: “El Tóxico,” with Grupo Firme, reached No. 9 high in Aug. 2021. For the latter, it lands just a month after the Texas sextet scored its first top 10 with “No Se Va.” The track holds at No. 4 for a fifth non-consecutive week after its No. 3 high (Nov. 12-Dec.10). Notably, it pegged its first and only entry on the overall Billboard Hot 100 list (No. 57 high in Oct.)
“Que Vuelvas” was written by Edgar Barrera who wrapped 2022 at No. 8 on the year-end Hot Latin Songwriters chart.