Grupo Frontera’s ‘No Se Va’ Continues Hot Streak Across Billboard Latin Charts

Grupo Frontera scores a first top 10 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart as “No Se Va” climbs 12-4 on the Oct. 22-dated ranking. The song’s fresh success comes after it topped Latin Digital Song Sales for one week and became the fifth regional Mexican song to hit the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 over its 64-year history.

“No Se Va” pushes to the upper region on Hot Latin Songs mainly on the strength of streaming activity. It logged 8.9 million official U.S. streams during the tracking week ending Oct. 13, according to Luminate. It yields a No. 26 debut on Streaming Songs and takes home the Greatest Gainer honors on Latin Streaming Songs with a 9-4 lift.

Meanwhile, sales drop by 22%, to 1,000.

On Latin Digital Songs Sales, the song cedes the throne back to Bad Bunny’s “Titi Me Preguntó” with a 1-2 dip.

“No Se Va” was released independently in April 28 and earned Grupo Frontera its first entry across Billboard’s charts with its debut in September. Plus, “No Se Va” is the second-highest charting regional Mexican song on Hot Latin Songs in 2022 — only Yahritza y Su Esencia’s “Soy El Único” went higher, reaching No. 1 in April.

Further, as mentioned, “No Se Va” also became the fifth regional Mexican song to enter Hot 100 since the list launched in 1958 (Oct. 8-dated chart). The song concurrently pushes up the chart, rallying 77-57 In its third week.

Across the globe, “No Se Va” also makes progress: it climbs 64-39 on Billboard Global 200 and 102-50 on Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart.

Pamela Bustios