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Hot 100 First-Timers: De La Ghetto, Bryant Myers, Luar La L & YOVNGCHIMI Debut With Bad Bunny Collaborations

All 21 songs from Bad Bunny's new LP chart on the Hot 100.

De La Ghetto

De La Ghetto


Christian Luna Manso

De La Ghetto, Bryant Myers, Luar La L and YOVNGCHIMI all score their first entries on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Oct. 28), thanks to their collaborations on Bad Bunny’s new LP, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana.

The set, released Oct. 13 on Rimas, debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 184,000 equivalent album units earned in its opening week, according to Luminate. It’s the fourth mostly- or 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 Mañana Será Bonito (February). All 21 songs from the collection also chart on the latest Hot 100. (The only other track billed on the set is “Europa :(,” which runs 11 seconds long.)


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Luar La L makes his Hot 100 arrival with “Teléfono Nuevo,” with Bad Bunny. The song debuts at No. 32 with 12.3 million U.S. streams earned in its first week. It concurrently debuts at No. 8 on Hot Latin Songs, where it’s his second top 10. Before this week, the Puerto Rican Latin trap singer-songwriter charted three songs on Billboard’s rankings. His previous Bad Bunny collab, “100 Millones,” hit No. 9 on Hot Latin Songs, as well as No. 143 on the Billboard Global 200 in June 2021; his solo track “Caile” reached No. 43 on Billboard Global Excl. U.S. and No. 67 on the Global 200 in September 2022; and “Wait Deh Man,” with Darell, Nicky Jam and Wisin, reached No. 47 on Latin Airplay earlier this month.

Luar La L has released two solo LPs: L3TRA, in 2020, and sequel L3TRA 2, in 2022. He has also collaborated with Eladio Carrión, Farruko and Jay Wheeler, among others.

Bryant Myers has already tallied multiple Billboard chart hits, but he nets his first Hot 100 entry with “Seda,” with Bad Bunny. The song debuts at No. 38 with 11.4 million U.S. streams. It also starts at No. 10 on Hot Latin Songs, marking his first top 10.

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Myers, from Carolina, Puerto Rico, first appeared on a Billboard chart in May 2016, when “Ella Y Yo” (by Pepe Quintana featuring Farruko, Anuel AA, Tempo, Bryant Myers and Almighty) debuted at No. 41, before reaching No. 36. Since then, he’s charted eight additional entries on Hot Latin Songs. Here’s a chronological recap, by peak date.

Bryant Myers’ Hot Latin Songs History:
Pepe Quintana feat. Farruko, Anuel AA, Tempo, Bryant Myers and Almighty, “Ella Y Yo” (No. 34 peak, 2016)
Maluma feat. Bryant Myers, Noriel & Juhn. “Cuatro Babys” (No. 15, 2016)
Bryant Myers & Bad Bunny, “Triste” (No. 35, 2018)
Bryant Myers, “Tanta Falta” (No. 47, 2018)
Bryant Myers & Anuel AA, “Gan-Ga” (No. 11, 2019)
Bryant Myers, Nicky Jam & Arcangel feat. Darell & El Alfa, “Wow!” (No. 36, 2020)
Bryant Myers, “Airdrop” (No. 43, 2021)
Jay Wheeler, Anuel AA, Hades666, Dei V & Bryant Myers, “Pacto” (No. 29, 2023)
Bad Bunny & Bryant Myers, “Seda” (No. 10, 2023)

Myers has also charted three LPs on Top Latin Albums: La Oscuridad (No. 4 peak in 2018), Cambio De Clima, with Miky Woodz (No. 20, 2019), and Bendecido (No. 16, 2020).

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YOVNGCHIMI is a relative newcomer to Billboard’s charts, but lands his first Hot 100 entry this with “Mercedes Carota,” with Bad Bunny. The song debuts at No. 57 with 9.7 million U.S. streams. It also starts at No. 16 on Hot Latin Songs. The Puerto Rican drill and trap artist charted three tracks previously on Hot Latin Songs, all in 2022: “Diamantes En Mis Dientes” with Anuel AA (No. 41 peak), “Modelito,” with Mora (No. 42), and “La Ruta” with Arcangel (No. 45).

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YOVNGCHIMI released his first studio album, Gangsta Grillz: Mvrda Gvng, with DJ Drama, in May.

De La Ghetto has forged a successful career on Billboard’s charts since the mid-2000s, but he’s now officially a Hot 100-charting artist for the first time, thanks to “Acho PR,” with Bad Bunny, Arcangel and Nengo Flow. The song debuts at No. 83 on the Hot 100 with 8 million U.S. streams earned in its first week of release. It also starts at No. 24 on Hot Latin Songs.

De La Ghetto first appeared on a Billboard chart in May 2006, when “Intro” with Naldo, Tommy Viera, Arcangel and Nengo Flow, debuted and peaked at No. 33 on Latin Rhythm Airplay. (Arcangel and De La Ghetto were billed as a duo at the time).

De La Ghetto has charted 15 tracks on Hot Latin Songs. Here’s a recap.

De La Ghetto’s Hot Latin Songs Chart History:
Yaga Y Mackie feat. Arcangel y De La Ghetto, “Aparentemente” (No. 42 peak, 2007)
De La Ghetto, “El Dificil” (No. 42, 2008)
De La Ghetto, “Tu Te Imaginas” (No. 33, 2009)
DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz Presentan: De La Ghetto – Arcangel x Ozuna x Anuel, “La Ocasion” (No. 21, 2016)
De La Ghetto, “Acercate” (No. 33, 2016)
Mueka feat. Cosculluela, J Balvin, Arcangel & De La Ghetto, “DM” (No. 33, 2017)
Arcangel x De La Ghetto, “Mas Que Ayer” (No. 41, 2017)
De La Ghetto, Daddy Yankee, Ozuna & Chris Jeday, “La Formula” (No. 23, 2017)
Sofia Reyes feat. Jason Derulo & De La Ghetto, “1, 2, 3” (No. 24, 2018)
Revol, J Balvin & Bad Bunny feat. Arcangel & De La Ghetto, “Dime” (No. 21, 2018)
De La Ghetto, Wisin & Maluma, “Todo El Amor” (No. 40, 2018)
Dalex, Arcangel, Manuel Turizo, De La Ghetto & Beele, “+Linda” (No. 43, 2020)
De La Ghetto & Rauw Alejandro, “Loco Por Perrearte” (No. 44, 2022)
Anuel AA, Jowel & Randy & De La Ghetto feat. Yailin La Mas Viral, “La Maquina” (No. 23, 2022)
Bad Bunny, Arcangel, De La Ghetto & Nengo Flow, “Acho PR” (No. 24, 2023)

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The Bronx-born artist has also logged three titles on the Top Latin Albums chart: Masacre Musical (No. 46, 2008), Mi Movimiento (No. 5, 2018) and Los Chulitos (No. 17, 2020).

This article was originally posted on Billboard U.S.

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