“I knew I needed a male voice on ‘Baila Conmigo’ and I really like Rauw’s voice; I suppose he brings the correct quantity of sexiness to the tune,” Gomez tells Billboard. “I’ve to say I’m blown away by the response to the primary two songs. I put my coronary heart and soul into the music and needed it to be good, so I’m very grateful.”
“Baila” earns each 28-year-olds their third prime 10 on Sizzling Latin Songs, which blends airplay, streaming and gross sales knowledge. Previous to her newest two entries, Gomez spent 13 weeks at No. 1 in 2018-19 as featured, with Ozuna and Cardi B, on DJ Snake’s “Taki Taki.”
Alejandro, in the meantime, nabs his highest Sizzling Latin Songs profession rank, besting “La Nota” with Manuel Turizo and Myke Towers; the collab reached No. 5 three weeks in the past. In September, his first prime 10, “Tattoo” with Camilo, reached No. 7.
“I at all times knew that this tune was going to be successful ever since I entered the studio with Tainy,” Rauw Alejandro tells Billboard. “‘Baila Conmigo’ has a singular vibe. I’m so grateful for the help that the followers had given us and with Selena for having me as a visitor on this unbelievable observe.”
The Tainy, Albert Hype, Jota Rosa, and NEON16-produced “Baila” is Gomez’s third chief on Latin Digital Track Gross sales and Alejandro’s first.
Elsewhere, the tune debuts at No. 74 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart, incomes Alejandro his first entry. Gomez provides her thirty sixth, with “Baila” outpacing “De Una Vez,” which spent every week at No. 92.