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List of Billboard Latin Pop Airplay number ones of 1994 and 1995

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Cristian Castro was the first artist to reach number one on the Latin Pop Airplay chart in 1994. He also had the most number one singles in 1995 with three songs.

In October 1994, Billboard magazine established Latin Pop Airplay, a chart that ranks the top-performing songs played on Latin pop radio stations in the United States based on weekly airplay data compiled by Nielsen's Broadcast Data Systems (BDS). It is a subchart of Hot Latin Songs, which lists the best-performing Spanish-language songs in the country.[1] According to Billboard, "Latin pop" refers to pop music sung in Spanish.[2] Five different songs topped the chart in 1994 while 16 different tracks did the same in 1995. Until November 5, 1994, BDS ran tests charts which only listed the number one song of the week on Billboard's electronic database.[1][3]

The first song to reach number one on the Latin Pop Airplay chart was "Mañana" by Cristian Castro, which was composed and originally performed by Juan Gabriel.[3][4] Castro was also the artist with the most number-one songs in 1995 with "Con Tu Amor", "Azul Gris", and "Vuélveme a Querer".[5] The latter song held this position for the longest with 14 weeks.[6] Luis Miguel had two number-one songs on the chart in 1994 with "El Día Que Me Quieras" and "La Media Vuelta",[7] the second of which was the final chart-topper of the year and the first at the start of 1995.[8][9] He achieved his third number one track in 1995 with "Todo y Nada".[7] The three songs were recorded for the album Segundo Romance (1994), in which Luis Miguel covers ballads from Latin America.[10] Ednita Nazario became the first female artist to have a chart-topper with "Quiero Que Me Hagas el Amor" and achieved her second number one song a year later with "Gata Sin Luna".[11]

Former Timbiriche band member, Claudio Bermúdez (credited for this release simply as Claudio), released his debut album Como Aire Fresco in 1994 which was promoted by its lead single "Ven Junto a Mi".[12] "Ven Junto a Mi" spent seven consecutive weeks on top of the chart in 1995. Despite this level of chart success, the song remains Bermúdez's only number one recording.[13] Selena's "I Could Fall in Love" posthumously became the first English-language song to song to peak at number one on the survey and remains her only number-one song on this chart.[14][15][16] Similarly, Lucero and Julio Iglesias obtained their first and only chart-toppers in 1995.[17][18] Laura Pausini was the only female act to have more than one chart-topper in 1995 with the Spanish-language versions of "Strani amori" ("Amores Extraños") and "Gente".[19][20] Although it spent only a single week at number one in 1995, "Ese Hombre" by Myriam Hernández was named as the best-performing Latin pop song of the year.[21] The final number one of 1995 was "Más Allá" by Gloria Estefan.

Chart history

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Luis Miguel had two number songs in 1994 and 1995.
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Ednita Nazario was the first female artist to reach number one on the Latin Pop Airplay chart.
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Laura Pausini was the only female artist to have more than one song reach number one in 1995.
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"Ese Hombre" by Myriam Hernández was named the best-performing Latin pop song of 1995 by Billboard.
Issue date Title Artist(s) Ref.
October 8, 1994 "Mañana" Cristian Castro [3]
October 15, 1994 "El Día Que Me Quieras" Luis Miguel [22]
October 22, 1994 [23]
October 29, 1994 [24]
November 5, 1994 "Viviré" Juan Luis Guerra & 4.40 [25]
November 12, 1994 "Quiero Que Me Hagas el Amor" Ednita Nazario [26]
November 19, 1994 [27]
November 26, 1994 "La Media Vuelta" Luis Miguel [28]
December 3, 1994 [29]
December 10, 1994 "Quiero Que Me Hagas el Amor" Ednita Nazario [30]
December 19, 1994 [31]
December 24, 1994 "La Media Vuelta" Luis Miguel [32]
December 31, 1994 [8]
January 7, 1995 [9]
January 14, 1995 "Siempre Contigo" Lucero [33]
January 21, 1995 "Con Tu Amor" Cristian Castro [34]
January 28, 1995 [35]
February 4, 1995 [36]
February 11, 1995 [37]
February 18, 1995 "Todo y Nada" Luis Miguel [38]
February 25, 1995 [39]
March 4, 1995 [40]
March 11, 1995 [41]
March 18, 1995 [42]
March 25, 1995 [43]
April 1, 1995 "Ese Hombre" Myriam Hernández [44]
April 8, 1995 "Amores Extraños" Laura Pausini [45]
April 15, 1995 [46]
April 22, 1995 [47]
April 29, 1995 "Azul Gris" Cristian Castro [48]
May 6, 1995 "Ven Junto a Mi" Claudio[A] [49]
May 13, 1995 [50]
May 20, 1995 [51]
May 27, 1995 [52]
June 3, 1995 [53]
June 10, 1995 [54]
June 17, 1995 [55]
June 24, 1995 "Gente" Laura Pausini [56]
July 1, 1995 [57]
July 8, 1995 [58]
July 15, 1995 [59]
July 22, 1995 "Gata Sin Luna" Ednita Nazario [60]
July 29, 1995 "No Ha Parado de Llover" Maná [61]
August 5, 1995 [62]
August 12, 1995 "Gata Sin Luna" Ednita Nazario [63]
August 19, 1995 "I Could Fall in Love" Selena [15]
August 26, 1995 "Agua Dulce, Agua Salá" Julio Iglesias [64]
September 2, 1995 "Gata Sin Luna" Ednita Nazario [65]
September 9, 1995 "La Tierra del Olvido" Carlos Vives [66]
September 16, 1995 [67]
September 23, 1995 "Vuélveme a Querer" Cristian Castro [68]
September 30, 1995 [69]
October 7, 1995 [70]
October 14, 1995 [71]
October 21, 1995 [72]
October 28, 1995 [73]
November 4, 1995 [74]
November 11, 1995 [75]
November 18, 1995 [76]
November 25, 1995 [77]
December 2, 1995 [78]
December 9, 1995 [79]
December 16, 1995 [80]
December 23, 1995 [81]
December 30, 1995 "Más Allá" Gloria Estefan [82]

Footnotes

  1. ^ Claudio Bermúdez was credited simply as Claudio on this release.[49]

See also

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