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Hot 100 First-Timers: Tito Double P & Joel De La P Arrive With Peso Pluma Collab ‘La People II’

Tito Double P and Joel De La P both chart their first song on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated April 6), thanks to their new team-up with Peso Pluma, “La People II.”

The song, released March 21 via Peso Pluma’s label Double P Records, debuts at No. 69 with 9.1 million U.S. streams earned in its first full tracking week (March 22-28), according to Luminate. The song also enters at No. 2 on the Hot Latin Songs chart.

The track is a sequel to Peso Pluma and Tito Double P’s “La People,” which the pair released last June on the former’s album Génesis.

Tito Double P and Joel De La P arrived on Billboard’s charts together last June with the collaboration “Dembow Belico,” also with Luis R Conriquez. The single debuted at No. 36 on Hot Latin Songs dated June 24, 2023, and peaked at No. 35 the following frame. Until this week, that marked Joel De La P’s sole chart appearance as a billed recording artist.

As for Tito Double P, the singer-songwriter (who is also Peso Pluma’s cousin and one of his songwriting collaborators) has logged three additional entries on Hot Latin Songs: “Gavilan II,” with Peso Pluma (No. 24 peak in July); “La People,” with Peso Pluma (No. 12, December); and “Sin Tanto Royo,” with Luis R Conriquez (No. 35, January). “La People” also reached No. 164 on the Billboard Global 200 and No. 172 on Billboard Global Excl. U.S.

Plus, Tito Double P co-wrote Peso Pluma’s Hot 100-charting collaborative singles “PRC” (with Natanael Cano) and “Chanel” (with Becky G).

Tito Double P and Joel De La P are both signed to Double P Records. Peso Pluma serves as the label’s CEO and head of A&R, with a roster that also includes Jasiel Nuñez, Los Dareyes De La Sierra and Raúl Vega.

As for Peso Pluma, the song earns the star his 27th career entry on the Hot 100, dating to his arrival in February 2023 with “AMG,” with Gabito Ballesteros and Natanael Cano. It also marks his 47th hit on Hot Latin Songs.

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