Vicente Fernandez’s Biggest Billboard Hit – Billboard

The music industry and fans worldwide are mourning the death of the Mexican legend Vicente Fernandez, who passed away on Sunday morning (December 12) at a hospital in Guadalajara. He was 81 years old.

“It is an honor and pride to share with everyone a wonderful musical career and to give everything to his audience,” read a statement on his official. Instagram account. “Thank you for continuing to clap, thank you for continuing to sing.”


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Fernández’s cause of death was complications after surgery for a cervical spine injury serious fall End of August. The ranchera singer has been hospitalized since then in a stable but serious condition but in the past 24 hours his condition has deteriorated.

Above Billboards chart, the iconic singer and actor has placed 40 entries in the Top Latin Albums, including 25 top 10s and 6 #1s. On Hot Latin Songs, he scored a total of 61 entries, between 1987 and 2013, including 20 top hits and one #1 song.

According to MRC Data (starting in 1991), his total US career reached 23.4 billion cumulative radio viewers for all of his songs; 5.5 billion streams on demand; and 9.2 million albums sold.

Below, check out all of Chente’s biggest hits to hit the Top 10 on Hot Latin Songs.

“Dos Corazones” peaked at number 10 on the chart February 6, 1988

“Aunque Mal Paguen Ellas” peaked at #4 on the chart August 26, 1989

“Por Tu Maldito Amor” reached number 10 on the chart December 2, 1989

“Que Sepan Todos” peaked at #6 on the chart June 1, 1991

“Yo Quiero” peaked at #9 on the chart on July 25, 1992

“Aca Entre Nos” peaked at number 8 on the chart October 31, 1992

“La Fiesta” peaked at #8 on the chart February 20, 1993

“Lastima Que Seas Ajena” peaked at #3 on the chart September 25, 1993

“Miseria” peaked at #6 on the chart on September 24, 1994

“No, No y No” peaked at number 8 on the chart December 17, 1994

“Aunque Me Duela El Alma” peaked at #2 on the chart June 24, 1995

“No Te Vayas” peaked at #5 on the charts on July 6, 1996

“Nos Estorbo La Ropa” peaked at number 4 on the chart November 1, 1997

“Me Voy a Quitar De En Medio” peaked at #4 on the chart March 27, 1999

“Borracho te Recuerdo” peaked at #8 on the chart January 13, 2001

“El Ayudante” reached #9 on the chart September 29, 2001

“Estos Celos” peaked at number 3 on the chart October 20, 2007

“La Derrota” reached number 7 on the chart June 14, 2008

“Para Siempre” reached No. 2 on the chart on August 16, 2009

“El Ultimo Beso” reached #1 on the chart February 21, 2009

https://www.billboard.com/music/latin/vicente-fernandez-billboard-hits-1235008443/ Vicente Fernandez’s Biggest Billboard Hit – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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