Fuerza Regida Lands Its First No. 1 on Regional Mexican Airplay With Grupo Frontera Collab ‘Bebe Dame’

Fuerza Regida continues its good fortune across Billboard’s Latin charts as “Bebe Dame,” with Grupo Frontera, jumps 2-1 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart (dated March 18). The song’s new coronation lands after it dominated Hot Latin Songs for two weeks.

“Bebe Dame” rises to the top of Regional Mexican Airplay thanks to a 15% increase in audience impressions, to 9.2 million, earned in the U.S. in the week ending March 9, according to Luminate. The collab was released Dec. 16 and belongs to Fuerza Regida’s Sigan Hablando album, which earned the five-member ensemble its highest peaking set on Top Latin Albums (No. 2, Jan. 28) and a two-week reign on Regional Mexican Albums.

“Bebe Dame” is the second collaborative effort by Regida and Frontera, following “911” which reached the top 25 on the multimetric Hot Latin Songs chart last December.

Back on Regional Mexican Airplay, as “Bebe Dame” leads the 29-year-old ranking, Regida secures its first champ. Previously, the San Bernardino, Calif-based group reached the top five through the No. 5-peaking “Sigan Chambeando” in August 2019.

Frontera, meanwhile, claims its second leader in less than two months. The group replaces itself at No. 1, sending “Que Vuelvas,” with Carin León, to No. 5 following its six-nonconsecutive-week run on top, which began on the Jan. 28-dated list.

Further, “Bebe Dame” holds at No. 2 on Hot Latin Songs for a seventh frame after two weeks atop, despite dips in both streams and digital sales. It also leaps 6-2 on the all-genre Latin Airplay tally, granting Regida its first top 10 there. Frontera picks up its third straight top 10.

Los Dos Carnales Score a Second Top 10 on Latin Airplay

Elsewhere on the Latin charts, Los Dos Carnales earn its second top 10 among six entries on Latin Airplay as “Se Me Soltó El Hocico” flies 14-6.

“Se Me Soltó” advances to the upper tier boosted by a 24% gain in audience impressions, with 7.6 million, earned during the March 3-7 tracking week.

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