List of airplay number-one hits in Argentina

Luis Fonsi (pictured) scored two number-one singles with "Despacito" and "Échame La Culpa". The former song became the number-one song on the Monitor Latino Argentine Airplay chart of 2017.
Ed Sheeran (pictured) scored his first number-one single with "Shape of You". The song became the number-one song on the Argentina Anglo Airplay chart of 2017.
Maluma (pictured) scored the most number-one singles in 2017 with "Vente Pa' Ca", "Felices los 4" and Corazón".
Lali (pictured) became the first-ever Argentine woman to score a number-one single on a Monitor Latino chart with "Una Na".
J Balvin (pictured) scored his first number-one single in Argentina with "Mi Gente".
Calvin Harris (pictured) spent a total of ten weeks atop of the Argentine Anglo Airplay chart with "Feels".

Monitor Latino (stylised monitorLATINO) is a singles chart founded in 2003 which ranks songs on chart based on airplay across radio stations in Argentina, as in most Latin American countries and Hispanic radio stations in the United States, using the Radio Tracking Data, LLC in real time.[1][2] Monitor Latino launched in Argentina in June, 2016, providing four different charts: the Argentina Top 20 (general airplay), the Argentina National Top 20 (local songs only), the Argentina Anglo Top 20 (music in English only), and the Argentina Latin Top 20 (music in Spanish only).

Argentina AirplayEdit

This is a list of the number-one hits from 2016 onwards on the Argentina Airplay chart, ranked by Monitor Latino.

Key
No. nth song to top the Argentine Airplay Chart
 ♪   – Number-one single of the year
No. Artist Single Reached number one Weeks at
number one
Ref.
2016
1 Justin Timberlake "Can't Stop the Feeling!" 6 June 2016 19 [3]
2 DNCE "Cake by the Ocean" 13 June 2016 1 [4]
3 Bruno Mars "24K Magic" 24 October 2016 14 [5]
2017
4 Ricky Martin featuring Maluma "Vente Pa' Ca" 30 January 2017 1 [6]
5 Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber1 "Despacito" ♪ 6 February 2017 22 [7][8]
6 Maluma "Felices Los 4" 10 July 2017 14 [9]
7 J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé "Mi Gente (Remix)" 9 October 2017 5 [10]
8 Shakira featuring Nicky Jam "Perro Fiel" 20 November 2017 1 [11]
9 Luis Fonsi and Demi Lovato "Échame la Culpa" 27 November 2017 18 [12]
10 Maluma featuring Nego do Borel "Corazón" 4 December 2017 2 [13]
2018
11 Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug "Havana" ♪ 16 April 2018 3 [14][15]
12 Daddy Yankee "Dura" 7 May 2018 4 [16]
13 Reik featuring Ozuna and Wisin "Me Niego" 4 June 2018 10 [17]
14 Los Auténticos Decadentes featuring Mon Laferte "Amor" 13 August 2018 17 [18]
15 Luis Fonsi and Stefflon Don "Calypso" 17 September 2018 2 [19]
16 Reik and Maluma "Amigos con Derechos" 29 October 2018 2 [20]
17 Paulo Londra "Adán y Eva" 10 December 2018 1 [21]
2019
18 Pedro Capó and Farruko2 "Calma" ♪ 14 January 2019 25 [22][23]
19 Daddy Yankee featuring Snow "Con Calma" 8 July 2019 2 [24]
20 Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello "Señorita" 22 July 2019 12 [25]
21 Camilo, Pedro Capó and Shakira3 "Tutu" 30 September 2019 18 [26]
2020
22 Karol G and Nicki Minaj "Tusa" 3 February 2020 5* [27]

Argentina National SongsEdit

This is a list of the number-one Argentine hits of the 2010s on the Argentina National Airplay chart, ranked by Monitor Latino.

Key
No. nth song to top the Argentine Airplay Chart
 ♪   – Number-one single of the year
 ♪   – Number-one single of the following year
No. Artist Single Reached number one Weeks at
number one
Ref.
2016
1 Babasónicos "Bambi" 6 June 2016 1 [28]
2 Maxi Trusso "Streets of Rock & Roll" 13 June 2016 9 [29]
3 Estelares "Es El Amor" 25 July 2016 13 [30]
4 Los Cafres "Se Q' El Mar" 26 September 2016 1 [31]
5 Maxi Trusso "Make You Mine" ♪ 21 November 2016 21 [32]
2017
6 Chano! "Carnavalintro" 13 February 2017 1 [33]
7 Miranda! "Quiero Vivir a Tu Lado" 15 May 2017 2 [34]
8 Maxi Trusso "Always a Reason" 29 May 2017 2 [35]
9 Chano! "Naistumichiu" 3 July 2017 9 [36]
10 Estelares "Alas Rotas" 24 July 2017 1 [37]
11 Lali "Una Na" 11 September 2017 6 [38]
12 Luciano Pereyra "Como Tu" ♪ 23 October 2017 26 [39]
2018
13 Luciano Pereyra "Qué Suerte Tiene Él" 23 April 2018 11 [40]
14 Tini and Karol G "Princesa" 7 May 2018 4 [41]
15 Los Auténticos Decadentes featuring Mon Laferte "Amor" 6 August 2018 21 [42]
16 Paulo Londra "Adán y Eva" 10 December 2018 18 [43]
2019
17 Diego Torres "Esa Mujer" 6 May 2019 1 [44]
18 Tini and Greeicy "22" ♪ 13 May 2019 19 [45]
19 MYA and Pedro Capó "Te Olvidaré" 23 September 2019 4 [46]
20 Tini and Lalo Ebratt "Fresa" 14 October 2019 5 [47]
Vicentico "Freak" 1
22 Lali "Laligera" 21 October 2019 1 [48]
23 Luciano Pereyra and Geeicy "Te Estás Enamorando de Mí" 18 November 2019 2 [49]
24 Lali featuring CNCO "Como Así" 9 December 2019 11 [50]
2020
25 Tini and Mau y Ricky "Recuerdo" 24 February 2020 2* [51]

Argentina Anglo AirplayEdit

This is a list of the number-one English-language hits of the 2010s on the Argentina Anglo chart, ranked by Monitor Latino.

Key
No. nth song to top the Argentine Airplay Chart
 ♪   – Number-one single of the year
 ♪   – Number-one single of the following year
No. Artist Single Reached number one Weeks at
number one
Ref.
2016
1 Justin Timberlake "Can't Stop the Feeling!" 6 June 2016 19 [52]
2 DNCE "Cake by the Ocean" 13 June 2016 1 [53]
3 Bruno Mars "24K Magic" 24 October 2016 20 [54]
2017
4 Ed Sheeran "Shape of You" ♪ 13 March 2017 25 [55][56]
5 Calvin Harris featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean "Feels" 21 August 2017 10 [57]
6 Maroon 5 featuring SZA "What Lovers Do" 13 November 2017 3 [58]
7 Camila Cabello "Havana" ♪ 4 December 2017 31 [59][60]
2018
8 Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa "One Kiss" 25 June 2018 6 [61]
9 Becky G and Paulo Londra "Cuando Te Besé" 20 August 2018 10 [62]
10 DJ Snake featuring Selena Gomez, Ozuna and Cardi B "Taki Taki" 29 October 2018 26 [63]
2019
11 Jonas Brothers "Sucker" 25 March 2019 2 [64]
12 Madonna and Maluma "Medellín" 29 April 2019 1 [65]
13 BTS featuring Halsey "Boy with Luv" 13 May 2019 1 [66]
14 Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber "I Don't Care" 20 May 2019 5 [67]
15 Taylor Swift featuring Brendon Urie "Me!" 3 June 2019 2 [68]
16 Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello "Señorita" ♪ 8 July 2019 22 [69][70]
17 The Black Eyed Peas and J Balvin "Ritmo (Bad Boys for Life)" 9 December 2019 9 [71]
2020
18 Tones and I "Dance Monkey" 10 February 2020 4* [72]

NotesEdit

1 Justin Bieber started being credited as a featured artist from the week of April 24, 2017.
2 Farruko started being credited as artist from the week of February 11, 2019.
3 Shakira started being credited as artist from the week of October 21, 2019.

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