Sebastian Yatra earns his best charting hit still on Billboard’s Hot Latin Tracks with his Encanto soundtrack tune “Dos Oruguitas,” as the track surges 17-4 on the Jan. 15-dated survey. It also becomes his first entry on the all-style Billboard Hot 100, debuting at No. 83. Outside of its hybrid charts gain, “Dos Oruguitas” tends to make its entrance on the Global 200 tally with a No. 109 debut.
“Dos Oruguitas” is one particular of 8 authentic tunes prepared and composed by Lin-Manuel Miranda completely for the soundtrack of Walt Disney’s 2021 animated film Encanto, where fellow Latin artists Carlos Vives and Maluma are on two other tracks. Vives’ “Colombia, Mi Encanto,” jumped 34-17 on Scorching Latin Songs.
The Spanish-language “Dos Oruguitas” pushes up the all-metric Hot Latin Tunes driven by streaming exercise. It generated 5.2 million on-need streams, a 102% get, in the U.S. in the week ending Jan. 6, according to MRC Info. The sum yields a No. 2 rating on Latin Streaming Tunes and can take the best gainer honors on the two tallies.
As “Dos Oruguitas” hits No. 4, Yatra snags his second best 10 on Hot Latin Music because his to start with chart entry in 2016 (the survey blends airplay, digital profits and streaming data). The Colombian concurrently clocks his best rating pursuing his 1st and only other major 10: “Pareja del Año,” with Myke Towers, which arrived in the major 10 on the May possibly 22, 2021-dated tally.
In concerning, Yatra remounted to his authentic Latin pop audio with “Tacones Rojos,” which reveals upward development, shifting 27-24 on the present-day rating on the strength of airplay (an 8% improve in viewers impressions, to 7 million), acquired in the week ending Jan. 9.
“Dos Oruguitas” has been nominated for a 2022 Golden Globe Awards, as perfectly as a Critics’ Decision Movie Awards for best first tune – movie, and finest music, respectively. Encanto also obtained two other Golden Globe nominations: for best animated attribute movie and finest original soundtrack. The latter sits atop the Billboard 200 (7-1), the initially soundtrack to hit No. 1 considering the fact that Disney’s Frozen II in 2019.