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List of number-one songs of 2002-2007 (Mexico)

This is a list of the number-one songs between 2002 and 2007 in Mexico. Chart rankings are based on airplay across radio states in Mexico utilizing the Radio Tracking Data, LLC in real time.[1][2] Between 2002 and 2005, Monitor Latino did not publish a General chart, instead it published three separate charts: "Pop", "Grupero" (Grupera Ballads and Regional Mexican music, it later changed its name to "Regional") and "Sonidero" (Tropical music, it later changed its name to "Tropical" and was discontinued in 2005). In 2007, Monitor Latino began to publish a General chart as well.

2002Edit

Issue Date Pop Grupero Sonidero
Song Artist(s) Ref. Song Artist(s) Ref. Song Artist(s) Ref.
August 17 "Tú y yo" Thalía [3] "Si tú quisieras" Los Temerarios [4] "Déjame entrar" Carlos Vives [5]
October 21 [6] "Una lágrima no basta" [7] [8]
December 4 N/A "No me sé rajar" Banda el Recodo [9] N/A

2003Edit

Issue Date Pop Grupero Sonidero
Song Artist(s) Ref. Song Artist(s) Ref. Song Artist(s) Ref.
February 28 "Es por ti" Juanes [10] N/A N/A
March 3 N/A "No sé vivir sin ti" Los Temerarios [11]
June 3 "Me falta valor" Pepe Aguilar [12]
August 13 "Mariposa traicionera" Maná [13] "Yo la amo" [14] "Ríe y llora" Celia Cruz [15]

2004Edit

Issue Date Pop Grupero
Song Artist(s) Ref. Song Artist(s) Ref.
February 2 "Cuidarte el alma" Chayanne [16] N/A
February 9
March 1 N/A "Vanidosa" Cuisillos [17]
March 8 "En los puritos huesos" La Arrolladora Banda El Limón

2005Edit

Issue Date Grupero Tropical
Song Artist(s) Ref. Song Artist(s) Ref.
April 1 "Mi credo" K-Paz de la Sierra [18] "Gasolina" Daddy Yankee [19]

2007Edit

 
"Todo cambió" by Mexican band Camila (pictured) was the most successful song of the year in Mexico.[20]

Monitor Latino began issuing a General chart in 2007. In addition, the "Grupero" chart was renamed as "Regional", an "Inglés" (English) chart was added, and the "Tropical" chart was discontinued.

Chart history (General and Pop)Edit

Issue Date General Pop Ref.
Song Artist(s) Song Artist(s)
August 5 "Te voy a perder" Alejandro Fernández "N/A" [21]
August 12 "Intocable" Aleks Syntek [22]
August 19
August 26 "Dímelo" Enrique Iglesias [23]
October 7 "El eco de tu voz" Playa Limbo "El eco de tu voz" Playa Limbo [24]
October 14 "Te quiero" Nigga
October 28 "N/A" [25]
November 4 "Te quiero" Nigga [26]
November 11
November 18 "N/A" [27]
November 25
December 2 "Me enamora" Juanes [28]
December 9
December 16 "N/A" [29]
December 23
December 31

Chart history (Regional and English)Edit

Issue Date Regional Inglés Ref.
Song Artist(s) Song Artist(s)
August 5 "N/A" "Makes Me Wonder" Maroon 5 [30]
August 12 "Lágrimas del corazón" Grupo Montez de Durango [31]
August 19 "De ti exclusivo" La Arrolladora Banda El Limón
August 26 "Fluorescent Adolescent" Arctic Monkeys [32]
October 7 "Estos celos" Vicente Fernández "1973" James Blunt [33]
October 14
November 4 "Gimme More" Britney Spears [34]
November 11 "Qué bonito" Banda el Recodo
December 2 [35]
December 9 "Hot" Avril Lavigne

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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