Alejandro Fernández and Alfredo Olivas Present to ‘Cobijas Ajenas’ to No. 1 on Latin Airplay Graph

It’s Olivas’ most memorable champion on the general Latin radio positioning.

Alfredo Olivas scores his first No. 1 on Announcement’s Latin Airplay outline thanks to the Alejandro Fernández collab, “Cobijas Ajenas,” as the tune moves from No. 8 to lead the rundown dated June 8.

“Cobijas Ajenas” rolls to No. 1 on the general Latin radio count thanks to a 49% increase in crowd impressions, to 8.73 million, procured in the U.S. during the May 24-30 following week, as indicated by Luminate. The hit is from Fernández’ full-length collection Te Llevo En La Sangre, delivered May 24 by means of Widespread Music Latino/UMLE.

The tune discharges Blessd and Feid’s “Si Sabe Ferxxo” from the lead, after the last’s multi week in control, with a strong 19% dunk in impressions, to 6.9 million.

“Cobijas” is a reason for festivity for vocalist lyricist Olivas, as the radio increase welcomes him to his most memorable champion on Latin Airplay. Prior to the new pioneer, “Yo Task Soy” gave him his best appearance, with a No. 5 high in 2021. The Mexican craftsman later got the No. 7-topping “No” in April 2022.

Fernández, in the mean time, gets back to No. 1 following the one-week administering of “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir” in August 2023. Altogether, he adds 11 rulers to his Latin Airplay vocation account, just two through collabs. As Fernández’s assortment of rulers develops, here’s the refreshed rundown of his Latin Airplay graph clinchers:

Top Date, Title, Craftsman, Weeks at No. 1

Oct. 18, 1997, “Si Tú Supieras,” six
Dec. 27, 1997, “En El Jardín,” including Gloria Estefan, six
Walk 14, 1998, “No Se Olvidar,” eight
July 18, 1998, “Yo Nací Para Amarte,” five
Aug. 21, 1999, “Insane,” one
Dec. 1, 2001, “Tantita Pena,” six
Oct. 23, 2004, “Me Dediqué a Perderte,” two
Feb. 6, 2010, “Se Me Va La Voz,” one
Jan. 4, 2020, “Caballero,” two
Aug. 5, 2023, “No Es Que Me Quiera Ir,” one
June 8, “Cobijas Ajenas,” with Alfredo Olivas
Notwithstanding their Latin Airplay crowning ritual, Fernández and Olivas, each add a new No. 1 to their Provincial Mexican Airplay record as “Cobijas” lifts 2-1: nine for the previous, and a fourth champion for the last option.

In conclusion, on account of its radio take, “Cobijas Ajenas” simultaneously makes a big appearance on the multimetric Hot Latin Tunes diagram, which joins airplay, streaming information and computerized downloads, at No. 49.

Author: Musicavailable

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