Jennifer Lopez’s “Dinero,” featuring DJ Khaled and Cardi B, vaults 13-1 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated Oct. 13). The surge comes thanks to a 56 percent boost in audience (to 12.41 million) in the week ending Oct. 7, according to Nielsen Music.
Lopez notches her ninth No. 1, four of which came in 2018. For DJ Khaled, who secured his first chart entry in 2017, “Dinero” marks his first chart leader, while Cardi B scores a second No. 1.
Over on the Top Latin Albums chart, De La Ghetto’s Mi Movimiento opens at No. 5 with 4,000 equivalent albums units earned in the week ending Oct. 4. Of that sum, 2,000 were in traditional album sales.
Movimiento is De La Ghetto’s first visit to the region in almost over 10 years and earns him his first top five debut.
“I’m super excited!” De Le Ghetto tells Billboard. “This is one of the most important projects of my career. It’s my baby. I worked on it and perfected it for a long time to give my fans the best material. With this project, I definitely make clear what is Mi Movimiento.”
Elsewhere on the charts, Gateway -- the worship collective based out of Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas -- arrives at No. 12 on Top Latin Albums with Mas Grande (En Vivo), earning 2,000 equivalent album units.
The live set is Gateway's first visit to Top Latin Albums and also bows at No. 2 on Latin Pop Albums and No. 12 on Top Christian Albums.
The Gateway Worship family of acts (Gateway Worship, Gateway Next, Gateway Worship Voices, Gateway) has notched a total of 14 entries on Top Christian Albums, dating back to 2008.
Further down the Latin Pop Albums chart, Brazilian king Roberto Carlos debuts at No. 12 with 14th chart entry, Amor Sin Límite (1,000 units).