Los Dos Carnales’ ‘Gracias a Ti’ Rules Regional Mexican Airplay Chart

Los Dos Carnales achieved its fourth No. 1 on Billboard’s Regional Mexican Airplay chart as “Gracias a Ti” climbs from No. 6 to rule the list dated Feb. 24.

“Gracias A Ti” advances with a 47% gain in audience impressions, to 7.9 million, earned in the U.S. during the Feb. 9-15 tracking week, according to Luminate.

The Poncho Quezada-composed track dethrones Gerardo Ortiz’s “Ahí No Era,” which falls 1-3 with a 12% decline in impressions, to 6.6 million, after one week in charge. (Los Dos Carnales is led by Poncho and his brother Imanol.)

Cementing the strength of both songs at radio, “Gracias” and “Ahí” hold a spot in the top 10 on the overall Latin Airplay chart. While the former rallies 17-3 — Los Dos Carnales’ highest rank since “Se Me Soltó El Hocico” peaked at No. 2 in April 2023 — the latter dips 4-7. It’s still a strong performance for Ortiz in the 50-deep tally.

Back on Regional Mexican Airplay, with “Gracias a Ti,” the Quezada brothers log their fourth No. 1 there. They first reigned with “El Envidioso” for one week in charge in September 2020. The norteño act notched its second and third champs through “Yo Soy Rico” (Nov. 2021) and “Se Me Soltó El Hocico” (April 2023), like their predecessor, both for one week atop.

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