Bad Bunny’s ‘Te Deseo Lo Mejor’ Lands in the Top 10 on Latin Pop Airplay Chart

Bad Bunny captures his 15th top 10 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Airplay chart as “Te Deseo Lo Mejor” surges 22-8 in its second week on the Feb. 19-dated ranking. The new top 10 is the sixth single from El Último Tour Del Mundo, his third studio album, which led Top Latin Albums for 27 weeks between December 2020 and July 2021 (it sits at No. 2 on the current list).

“Te Deseo Lo Mejor” rises with a robust 82% in audience impressions, to 3 million, earned in the week ending Feb. 13, according to MRC Data. The song is one of many promoted at radio as part of his 36-date El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo arena tour, which kicked off Feb. 9.

The song gives Bad Bunny his 15th top 10 among 26 chart entries and five champs. It’s the only track from El Último Tour, released Nov. 27, 2020, that has secured a place on Latin Pop Airplay and its top tier.

Bad Bunny capped 2021 with the release of a music video for “Te Deseo” (Dec. 24). The Puerto Rican enlisted The Simpsons in the clip directed by David Silverman, the filmmaker behind The Simpsons Movie, in which Bad Bunny plays one of the show’s characters, bringing Marge and Homer back together.

Elsewhere, “Te Deseo” debuts at No. 39 on the all-Latin genre Latin Airplay chart, his highest debut since the No. 1 “Yonaguni” debuted at No. 31 on June 2021.

The song concurrently gifts Bad Bunny his 29th top 20 entry on Latin Rhythm Airplay, among a collection of 32, as the tune arrives at No. 19.