Guatemalan troubadour Ricardo Arjona's latest single, "El amor," shot from ninth to first place on Billboard's Latin Songs chart this week.

Climbing from fourth to second was "Olvidame," by Julion Alvarez y su Norteño Banda, while "Give Me Everything," by rapper Pitbull with Ne-Yo, Afrojack y Nayer, dropped one spot to No. 3.

Pitbull's "Rain Over Me," featuring Marc Anthony, dropped from No. 1 to No. 4 on the Latin Songs chart, which ranks songs based on radio airplay.

"Taboo," by Don Omar, slipped from third to fifth.

Arjona's "Independiente" topped Billboard's list of best-selling Latin Albums, bumping Espinosa Paz's "Canciones que duelen" into the No. 2 slot.

"Entre Dios y el Diablo," by Mexican regional star Gerardo Ortiz, dropped to third, followed by "MTV Unplugged," the latest effort from Los Tigres del Norte.

Prince Royce held onto fifth place with his self-titled album.