As “Ponle Que Sí” lifts 13-10 (list dated April 10), the band scores its fourth straight top 10 and adds its 18th total Regional Mexican Airplay top 10 over the history of the chart, which began in 1985, a merit it now shares with Banda Carnaval. Los Tigres del Norte continues at the top with a massive 44 career top 10s.
“Ponle” ascends with an 11% gain in audience impressions, to 3 million, earned in the week ending April 4, according to MRC Data, which also yields to a 37-34 jump on the all-Latin format Latin Airplay chart.
“Ponle” follows “Para Que Me La Diste,” with Grupo Codiciado (No. 4 peak, Nov 20). The band’s first top 10 streak dates back to “Ando Bien Pedo,” the 12-week leader in 2010.
In all, out of Banda Los Recodito’s 18 total top 10s, five have hit No. 1.
“Ponle” was produced by Alfonso and Joel Lizárraga and released Feb. 26 on El Recodo/Fonovisa/UMLE.