Be our number 1 producer at the end of the year Famous Latin song maker graph, Tainy placed 25 tracks on the chart between November 21, 2020 and November 13, 2021. The list includes hits like Bad Rabbit and Jhay Cortezof “Dákiti,” Selena Gomez“De Una Vez” and one of his most recent songs is the hit “Lo Siento BB :/” with Julieta Venegas and Bunny.
The other top 10 producers on the chart include Edgar Barrera, who boasts a diverse roster of songs that go from the salsa track, “De Vuelta Pa ‘La Vuelta,” to an urban hit like “Imposible Amor.”
Besides Tainy, Ovy on the Drums and Barrera, check out the top 10 Latin producers that dominated the charts this year and some of the songs that helped them break into the top 10.
Billboard’s year-end music summaries represent aggregate metrics for individual artists, titles, labels, and music contributors on the weekly chart from November 21, 2020 to November 13, 2020. November 2021. The charts for summaries are based on MRC Data reflecting album equivalents, broadcast, sales, or streaming during the weeks in which the film appeared on the respective chart for the week. year of follow-up. Any activity registered before or after the title’s chart run is not considered in these rankings. That methodology detail and the November-November period account for some of the differences between these lists and the calendar year summary independently compiled by MRC Data.
Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez’s “Dákiti” – The song debuted and peaked at #1 on November 14, 2020. Spent a total of 27 weeks at the top of the chart, 20 in 2021, many best for any Latin song.
2. Ovy on the Drums
Karol G, Anuel AA & Bad Bunny’s “Location” – Part of her chart-topping album KG0516, this country-inspired, western-inspired song peaked at #6 on Hot Latin Songs.
Anuel AA’s “Dictadura” – One of Anuel’s newest songs, the reggaeton hit peaked at number 12 on the chart in November. The song is the first single from the singer’s new album, Las Leyendas Nunca Mueren, which peaked at number 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart (December 11).
Bad Bunny’s “Maldita Pobreza” – Alternative Songs may not be one of the top hits on Bunny’s charts, but it’s part of his history-making album El Ultimo Tour del Mundo. On Hot Latin Songs, “Maldita Pobreza” peaked at number 12.
5. Sky Rompiendo
J Balvin & Sech’s “Una Nota” – In September, the Balvin and Sech collaboration peaked at number 11 on Hot Latin Songs.
6. Edgar Barrera
Gera MX and Christian Nodal’s “Botella Tras Botella” – In May, Nodal’s “Botella Tras Botella” and rookie Gera MX debuted at number 60 on Billboard Hot 100 chart (May 8), becoming Mexico’s first regional title to make the list in its nearly 63-year history. On the Hot Latin Songs chart, the song peaked at #3.
7. Mr. Naisgai
Rauw Alejandro’s “Todo De Ti” – 2nd Peak (September 11 tally), this is the highest title in Rauw’s chart.
8. Albert Hype
Selena Gomez & Rauw Alejandro’s “Baila Conmigo” – One of the first singles from Gomez’s first Spanish album titled Revelacion, the song debuted and peaked at #4 on the chart.
Maluma’s “Sobrio” – The reggaeton song debuted in July, became a multi-star music video that has garnered more than 155 million views on YouTube. “Sobrio” peaked at number 11 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (July 24).
10. Manuel Lara
Kali Uchis’ “Telepatía” – At #1 on the chart May 22, remained for 8 weeks. Kali Uchis became the first female solo artist to hit #1 with an unaccompanied song of another repertoire since Paulino Rubio in February 2012.
https://www.billboard.com/music/latin/top-latin-producers-2021-year-in-charts-1235007082/ Billboard of the Year – Billboard