The all-star team of LIT Killah, Tiago Pzk, Maria Becerra, Duki, Emilia, Rusherking, Big One and FMK add a fourth week atop the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart as “Los Del Espacio” dominates the July 1-dated ranking.

The song ties with Bizarrap and Shakira’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” for the fourth-most weeks at No. 1 in 2023, after Emilia, Big One and Callejero Fino’s “En La Intimidad,” which continues to lead with seven weeks in charge, and Ke Personajes, Big One and FMK’s “Un Finde: Big One CROSSOVER #2” which ruled for five weeks.

Continuing with Becerra, the Argentinian collects her 23rd top 10 as “Corazón Vacío” bows at No. 2, the Hot Shot Debut of the week. Thus, she extends her record for the most top 10s among acts since the chart launched in 2018.

Meanwhile, Bizarrap and Rauw Alejandro’s “Rauw Alejandro: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 56” takes home the Greatest Gainer honors of the week as the collab rallies 54-12, a 42-ranking ascent.

Duki crosses off a career milestone as 11 songs from his latest Antes de Ameri album debut. In total, he places a total of 15 simultaneous tracks on the chart, the second-most after Bad Bunny ranked with 17 concurrent songs in May 2022.

Here’s the complete list of Duki’s songs on the chart:

No. 1, “Los Del Espacio,” with LIT Killah, Tiago Pzk, Maria Becerra, Emilia, Rusherking, Big One & FMK
No. 16, “Rockstar 2.0,” with Jhay Cortez (debut)
No. 18, “Antes de Perderte (OG Version)” (debut)
No. 33, “Don’t Lie”, with Quevedo (debut)
No. 40, “Uno Dos”, with Salastkbron (debut)
No. 43, “01 De Enero”, with Lucho SSJ (debut)
No. 44, “Jefes del Sudoeste” (debut)
No. 50, “Harakiri,” with C.R.O.
No. 51, “Contra Mí,”, with We$t Dubai (debut)
No. 59, “Gigi” (debut)
No. 66, “Csipher,” with Akapellah & Neutro Shorty, featuring Micro TDH (debut)
No. 71, “N.C.L.C” (debut)
No. 74, “Último Tren a Ameri” (debut)

Other debuts of the week include Rauw Alejandro and Bizarrap’s “Baby Hello” at No. 47, Marshmello and Tiago PZK’s “Como Yo :(” at No. 55, Maluma’s “Coco Loco” at No. 62, and Myke Towers’ “Lala” at No. 68, while YSY A and Sixto Yegros’s “Esta Que Quema,” featuring Sponsor Dios, starts at No. 88.

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