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The National-Report is the Colombian music industry standard singles popularity chart tracking company.[1] Chart rankings are based on radio play and issued weekly. The data are compiled by monitoring radio stations through an automated system in real-time.[2][3] National-Report also monitors data from Venezuela and Ecuador.[4] The company provides the Top 100 Nacional, with only the first 20 positions released to the public, and the rest of the chart only available for subscribers.

National-Report
IndustryMusic
FoundedSeptember 2009 (2009-09)
HeadquartersColombia
Websitewww.national-report.com

Records, milestones and achievementsEdit

This is a listing of significant achievements and milestones based upon the National-Report Top 100 Nacional.

Song achievementsEdit

Most weeks at number oneEdit

  • 19 weeks
Carlos Vives ft Shakira — "La Bicicleta" (2016)
  • 18 weeks
ChocQuibTown — "Cuando te veo" (2015)
  • 16 weeks
Carlos Vives — "Volví a Nacer" (2012–13)
  • 15 weeks
Maluma — "Borró Cassette" (2015)
  • 13 weeks
Carlos Vives featuring Michel Teló — "Como Le Gusta A Tu Cuerpo" (2013)
  • 11 weeks
Carlos Vives featuring ChocQuibTown — "El Mar de Sus Ojos" (2014)
Enrique Iglesias featuring Gente de Zona & Descemer Bueno — "Bailando" (2014–15)
Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee – "Despacito" (2017)
  • 10 weeks
Carlos Vives — "Bailar Contigo" (2013)
Carlos Vives — "La Foto de los Dos" (2013–14)
Felipe Pelaez — "Vestirse de Amor (La Flor)" (2016)

Artist achievementsEdit

Most number one singlesEdit

Number of singles Artist
9 Carlos Vives
4 (tie) J Balvin
4 (tie) Alkilados
4 (tie) Juanes
3 (tie) ChocQuibTown
3 (tie) Maluma
2 (tie) Ricky Martin
2 (tie) Dalmata
2 (tie) Andy Rivera
2 (tie) Michel Teló
2 (tie) Marc Anthony
2 (tie) Nicky Jam

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Carlos Vives lidera los listados de la radio en Colombia con "Volví a Nacer"". Esterofonica. 2012-10-09. Retrieved 2012-10-25.
  2. ^ "Terminos y condiciones, de National-Report". National-Report. Archived from the original on 2012-09-23. Retrieved 2012-06-03.
  3. ^ "Bienvenido a National-Report". National-Report. Archived from the original on 2012-06-15. Retrieved 2012-06-03.
  4. ^ "Reportes National-Report". National-Report. Archived from the original on 2012-06-15. Retrieved 2012-06-03.

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