From the jazz musician american Nat King Cole up Post Malone spanning the range of artists who have placed a topic at the top of the popularity lists at the same time that fifteen clubs of the Liga MX is crowned champions the last time in its history.
ESPN presents the hits on the radio that sounded in the semester in which your team of the mexican league won their most recent title.
Season 1950-51: Nat King Cole – “Too Young“
The most famous version of this song composed by Sidney Lippman and Sylvia Dee is the singer and pianist of american jazz, which was launched in 1951, sold over a million copies in that country, occupied the first position of the Billboard for five weeks and was the song N° 1 of that year. It is worth mentioning that Cole described this song as one of their three favorites within his repertoire.
Opening 2018: Drake – “In My Feelings“
This song of the rapper canadian was the fifth single from their fifth studio album, titled ‘Scorpion’, and achieved much greater fame after he took a video to your Instagram in the that launched the much criticized challenge of dance out of a car in motion.
Winter 1997: Aqua – “Barbie Girl“
Belonging to their first studio album, which goes by the name ‘Aquarium’ by the Danish band Aqua leaped to world fame with this single, which sold over eight million copies worldwide, reached the N° 7 in the lists of the united States and is one of the most played songs at the end of the TWENTIETH century.
Closing 2017: Luis Fonsi – “Slowly“
This song became the first Spanish to occupy the top of the ‘Billboard Hot 100′ since “Macarena” in 1996, played by The River, and led to its principal interpreter to break seven Guinness record for being the song most listened to in the world, the first video to exceed 5,000 million displays in Youtube and the video most liked on the internet, among others.
Closing 2014: Enrique Iglesias – “Dancing“
The song that is interpreted by the Spanish singer saw the light for the first time in April of 2014, Mexico is positioned as the N° 1 in ‘Billboard Mexican Airplay’ and globally, achieved sales of 8 million copies, becoming the tenth song most sold of the year.
Opening 2019: Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello – “Miss“
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello took over the second half of 2019 with the single, “Señorita”, which quickly climbed in the charts and ended up in the first place among the most heard of Spotify that year, where it boasts more than 1,300 million reproductions.
Winter 2000: Are by four – “To pure pain“
The puerto rican band released the self-titled album ‘Son by Four’ at the beginning of the year 2000, and the song remained within the most heard of the year until the final few weeks of the same, in which competed the top of the Billboard Latin along with “She Bangs” by Ricky Martin and “Yo Te Amo” Chayanne.
Winter 1998: OV7 – “Fly more high“
The last album of study of Wave petroleum Jelly with that name was published at the end of 1998, also included a cut titled “it is Not obsession,” and sold 750,000 copies.
Closing 2016: Nicky Jam – “Until the dawn“
This is a song composed by Nick Rivera Caminero –real name of the puerto rican– was released at the beginning of 2016, and won the Prize Billboard the Best Latin Song a year later. It was also awarded as the urban song of the year.
Season 1989-1990 M. C. Hammer – “U Can’t Touch This“
The song badge in the repertoire of the rapper american that popularized the ‘Hammer Pants’ at the beginning of the decade of the 90, won the Grammy for Best performance rap solo and best song R&B in the delivery of 1990. As additional data, Rick James he sued Hammer for copyright, because you used the base and riff of the piece, ‘Super Freak’, though they later reached an agreement to share the credits of composition of the same.
Clausura 2011: Don Omar – “Danza Kuduro“
The puerto rican singer joined the soundtrack of the film Fast Five in 2011 with this issue, which also occupied the top of the list Hot Latin Songs in the united States during the summer of 2011. It is worth mentioning that William Omar Landrón Rivera participated in the film with the character of Rico Santos.
Closing in 2018: Drake – “Nice for What“
Prior to the success of “In My Feelings”, Aubrey Drake Graham is ranked as N° 1 of the lists Billboard with this song, which replaced his theme, “God’s Plan” in that same position.
Closing 2019: Post Malone – “Sunflower“
The american singer Austin Richard Post worked with this melody for the film ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse’, which saw the light at the end of 2018, however the issue remained in the Top 10 of the list Billboard by 33 weeks, up until September of 2019.
Opening 2012: PSY – “Gangnam Style“
The Korean singer Park Jae-sang, reached the peak in his career with this song, that he gave back to the world and positioned itself as the first video Youtube reached a billion visits by the end of 2012. Up to now it is the third most viewed video in the history of the platform, behind the ‘Slow’ and ‘See You Again’.
Bicentenario 2010: Train – “Hey, Soul Sister“
The band, fronted by Patrick Monahan won the third place in the list of Bilboard Hot 100 during 2010, the highest position the band has been positioned in its history. Also reached number 1 in 16 countries and it positioned itself as the song sold on iTunes in 2010.