Miami – Romeo Santos' number "You" made its debut in the No. 1 spot this week on Billboard's Latin Songs, bumping Mana's ballad "Lluvia al corazon" into second place.
The Mexican regional group La Adictiva Banda San Jose de Mesillas moved up from fifth to third place on the list with "Te amo y te amo," while their compatriot Fidel Rueda's "Me encantaria" slipped from third to fourth place.
"Corazon sin cara," by Prince Royce, fell from second to fifth place on this week's list.
The album "Drama y Luz" by Mana remained in first place for the fourth consecutive week on the Latin Albums list, while "Prince Royce," by the same-named urban bachata performer, rose from third to second place.
The latter exchanged places with Cristian Castro and his tribute to Jose Jose, with "Viva el Principe" falling from second to third place.
"Los huevos rancheros" by Mexican singer-songwriter Joan Sebastian remained firmly in fourth place, and rising from sixth to fifth place was Enrique Iglesias' award-winning album "Euphoria."