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Bad Bunny Charts All 21 Songs From ‘Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Manana’ on Hot 100

He debuts 10 songs in the top 40.

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Bad Bunny


Bad Bunny is back with another huge week on Billboard’s charts. On top of scoring his third No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 (dated Oct. 28) with Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, all 21 songs from the set chart on the Billboard Hot 100, including 10 in the top 40.

The LP launches atop the Billboard 200 with 184,000 equivalent album units earned in its opening week (Oct. 13-19), according to Luminate. It’s the fourth all-Spanish-language album to top the chart, after Bad Bunny’s own El Último Tour Del Mundo (2020) and Un Verano Sin Ti (2022) and Karol G’s MañanaSerá Bonito (February).


In total, Bad Bunny charts 22 songs on the latest Hot 100. Here’s a recap (all are debuts except where noted).

Rank, Title:
No. 5, “Monaco”
No. 14, “Fina,” with Young Miko
No. 20, “Perro Negro,” with Feid
No. 22, “Nadie Sabe”
No. 24, “Hibiki,” with Mora
No. 28, “Mr. October”
No. 30, “Cybertruck”
No. 32, “Teléfono Nuevo,” with Luar La L
No. 34, “Baby Nueva”
No. 38, “Seda,” with Bryant Myers
No. 47, “Un Preview” (up from No. 70; hit No. 43 two weeks earlier)
No. 49, “Gently,” Drake feat. Bad Bunny (down from No. 12 debut & peak)
No. 52, “Gracias Por Nada”
No. 53, “Vou 787”
No. 54, “Where She Goes” (re-entry; peaked at No. 8 in June)
No. 57, “Mercedes Carota,” with YOVNGCHIMI
No. 61, “Los Pits”
No. 65, “No Me Quiero Casar”
No. 70, “Vuelve Candy B”
No. 78, “Baticano”
No. 80, “Thunder y Lightning,” with Eladio Carrión
No. 83, “Acho PR,” with Arcángel, De La Ghetto & Ñengo Flow

(The only other track billed on the album is “Europa :(,” which runs 11 seconds long.)

As Bad Bunny debuts 19 songs, he ups his career total to 93 career Hot 100-charting entries. That’s the 18th-most among all acts in history, and he extends his record for the most among artists who primarily record music in a language other than English.


“Monaco” becomes Bad Bunny’s 12th career Hot 100 top 10, also padding his mark for the most among acts core to the Latin genre.

Meanwhile, thanks to their credits on the album, Luar La L, Bryant Myers, YOVNGCHIMI and De La Ghetto all score their first appearances on the Hot 100.

This article was originally published on Billboard U.S.

Rocket Norton
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Rocket Norton


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Norton was born in Chilliwack and grew up in the Vancouver neighbourhoods of Kerrisdale and Kitsilano. After choosing his stage name, Norton co-founded the rock band, Seeds of Time, in 1965. As reported on the Citizen Freak website, Norton was 15 at the time, and said "I thought I was going to be a dentist. I had no idea I was going to spend the next 50 years playing drums in a rock band!"

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