Intocable adds an 18th No. 1 to its career history on Billboard‘s Regional Mexican Airplay chart with the group’s latest single, “Un Poquito Tuyo.” The Texan band achieves the feat as the song advances from the runner-up slot to rule the list dated Jan. 14. With 18 champs on its ledger, the group ties for the second-most No. 1s among all acts.
“Un Poquito Tuyo,” released Oct. 18 via Good I Music, leads after two weeks at No. 2 with a 3% gain in audience impressions, to 8.5 million, earned during the Dec. 30-Jan. 5 tracking week, according to Luminate.
The band scored its first champ in 1996 with “No Te Vayas,” a little less than two years after Regional Mexican Airplay launched in Oct. 1994. Its longest-leading No. 1 is the 13-week ruler “Sueña” in 2002.
Further, with the new success, Intocable ties with Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga and Banda MS for the second-most No. 1s among all acts, all with 18, just behind Calibre 50’s 22 rulers. Here’s a look at the scoreboard:
22, Calibre 50
18, Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga
18, Banda MS
17, La Arrolladora Banda el Limon de Rene Camacho
16, Conjunto Primavera
16, Los Tigres del Norte
“Un Poquito” arrives at No. 1 on Regional Mexican Airplay six months after “Si Me Duela Que Duela,” the two-week ruler in July 2022 which earned the sextet its first champ almost a decade after it landed at the penthouse in 2013 with “Te Amo (Para Siempre).”
“Un Poquito” and “Si Me Duela” will be included on Intocable’s forthcoming album slated for release later in the year.
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