Beyoncé's remix helps "Mi Gente" climb the Hot 100 chart
The track jumped 18 spots into the Top 5. See where it landed.
It’s been almost a year since Beyoncé last dropped a single—”All Night” off Lemonade—but she hasn’t lost her touch.
According to Billboard, her recent contribution to J Balvin and Willy William’s “Mi Gente” has assisted in the track’s swift climb up the Hot 100 chart.
While the original song peaked at No.19, before slipping to No.21, it’s Bey-assisted remix has shot to No.3.
The move earns both J Balvin and William their first Top 10 hit. And makes Beyoncé one of only seven female artists to have achieved Top 10 hits for a span of 20 years.
“Mi Gente (Remix)” currently sits behind Post Malone’s “Rockstar” at No.2 and Cardi B’s juggernaut, “Bodak Yellow.”
The track has made great gains on lesser known charts, as well. Upon moving 79,000 units, with 87-percent of its sales coming from the new remix, the track shot from No.34 to No.1 on the Digital Song Sales. It’s also went from No.14 to No.5 on the Steaming Songs chart after its plays went up 50 percent and totaled 28.7 million.
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