The theme of ‘Rhythm’, the duo’s Black Eyed Peas & J. Balvin, leads the list of HyperTop Spain in the last wave of his barometer. HyperWorld has just published its results on which monitors the popularity and the degree of satisfaction of the 30 titles issued in the week preceding the week of survey, according to YACAST.
Thus, the theme of ‘Rhythm’ returns to lead the classification, as it did in January, with 63 overall points. In addition, the topic of Black Eyed Peas & J. Balvin-scale 6 points compared to the last survey. The study is addressed to those under the age of 50 years, regular listeners of radio. In these surveys give your opinion on each title after hearing an extract representative of the same.
On the other hand, the subject records the highest index of familiarity, since 97% of the respondents declared to know him. It is also the song that most passion generated (tied with Husk Karol G & Nicki Minaj). 40% of respondents stated that “I really like this song.”
In second place is situated the issue Memories, Maroon 5very close to the leader with a total of 62 points. This song has special success in Madrid, where it reaches 71 points. It is worth noting the rejection is almost non-existent to this song, as only 2% of the respondents points out that “they did not like anything this topic”.
In the third post in a three-way tie. With a score overall of 60 points, Tusa Karol G & Nicki Minaj, A black and white photo David Otero and I like the duo Shakira & Anuel AA, close the podium sharing the post number 3.
Rosalia and Ozuna are also in luck, because your theme I x you, you x me is the one that presents the best recognition. 71% of the respondent think they know the song, artists or both, just ahead of Pace (69%). On the contrary, the worst recognition rate (17%) is for Kiss somebody Julie Bergan.
On the other side of the coin, the rejection of the highest falls in Move it the duo of Nicky Jam & Daddy Yankee(the 12% stated that they do not like at all the song, even though it is his premiere in the classification) and the saturation more wide corresponds to Don’t start nowthe british singer Dua Lipa, with 20% said to have “listened too”.
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