Shakira's 'Clandestino' with Maluma captures the No 1 spot across multiple Billboard charts
'Clandestino' being Shakira's 30th Top 10 on the chart could make her the only female artist with the most number of Top 10s in history.
Following its runaway global success, Shakira and Maluma’s powerhouse collaboration 'Clandestino' takes over multiple Billboard charts this week. It captures #1 on Latin Airplay, #1 on Latin Pop, and #1 on Latin Rhythm.
Showing no signs of stopping or slowing down any time soon, the music video for 'Clandestino' generated an impressive 143 million YouTube/VEVO views in under 2 months. Directed by Shakira’s longtime collaborator Jaume De Laiguana, this scorching visual illuminates their undeniable chemistry. At the same time, the song has clocked over 100 million Spotify streams and counting. Upon release, it became “The #1 International Song in Brazil” in addition to going Top 20 in Argentina, Costa Rica, Colombia, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, and Panama. Additionally, it vaulted to the Top 50 of 32 Spotify charts worldwide.
Watch the video here:
Shakira continues to make history with each new album. Her Grammy-winning current album, 'El Dorado', has boasted international smashes including "La Bicicleta" with Carlos Vives, "Deja Vu" with Prince Royce, "Me Enamoré," "Perro Fiel," and "Trap." The collaboration with Maluma, “Chantaje” has received over 2.2 billion views (and counting!) on YouTube and reached #1 on the Billboard "Hot Latin Songs" chart. Shakira will be ramping up the next leg of the El Dorado World Tour in Mexico on October 11.
“#Clandestino” by Shakira & Maluma has entered the Top 10 of the Billboard Latin Airplay Chart at #7.— Music News Facts (@RarePopFacts) September 20, 2018
This becomes Shakira’s 30th top 10 on the chart, the most for any female artist in history. pic.twitter.com/EMKwcTiia8
Check out the dates below.
EL DORADO WORLD TOUR
Estadio 3 de Marzo
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Arena do Gremio
Porto Alegre, Brazil
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Estadio Rosario Central
Estadio Alberto Spencer
Parque Simón Bolívar