Daddy Yankee and Marc Anthony’s “De Vuelta Pa’ La Vuelta” debuts at No. 7 on the Tropical Airplay chart (dated Dec. 19) after just three full days of airplay.
The track was released on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 8:00 p.m. ET via El Cartel, and the tracking week for the new chart ended on Dec. 13.
The salsa de callejón earns Daddy Yankee his 34th top 10, and 50th charting hit overall, and his first chart entry since 2018 (“Azukita,” with Steve Aoki, Play-N-Skillz and Elvis Crespo peaked at No. 4 in May 2018).
With their first collaboration, Marc Anthony continues to have the second-most top 10s (now 51) standing just behind Victor Manuelle’s all-time record of 60.
“De Vuelta…” starts with 3 million in audience impressions earned in the week ending Dec. 13, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
The song also makes its way onto Latin Digital Song Sales, opening at No. 15 with 500 downloads sold in the closing four hours of Dec. 10 (as the sales tracking week runs Friday through Thursday each week).
The Sergio George-produced tune was co-written by Yankee and Marc alongside hit maker Edgar ‘Edge’ Barrera.
“De Vuelta…” is Marc’s first collaborative title to enter Tropical Airplay in almost two years: “Adicto,” with Prince Royce, crowned the chart for seven consecutive weeks starting Jan. 26, 2019. Since then, Marc’s only charted with solo efforts (until the Daddy Yankee collab), and, all four of those solo tracks reached the top two on the chart: “Tu Vida en La Mía” (four weeks at No. 1), “Parecen Viernes” (six weeks), “Lo Que Te Di” (six weeks) and “Un Amor Eterno” (No. 2). The latter continues at No. 2 on the latest chart for a third consecutive week.
“De Vuelta…” concurrently arrives at No. 47 on the all-genre Latin Airplay chart.