This week’s Top 20 has the cumbia collaboration at No.1 as another collaboration from Sarah Monique and Shelly Lares, “Brindo Contigo,” rises to No. 2 jumping two spots on the weekly countdown hosted by Rudy Trevino. “Si Tu Me Dejaras” by Michael Salgado remained at No. 3.
Women dominated the Top 10 once again this week as the comeback track from Rebecca Valadez, “Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir,” and Devin Banda’s version of a Latin Breed classic, “La Tejana Enamorada,” both rose one spot to No. 4 and No. 5, respectively. Aisha scored two Top 10 hits with “La Reina De Tu Vida” at No. 8 and her fun, upbeat cumbia, “Baby, Baby,” at No. 10. Young singing sensation Mia rose two spots to the No. 7 position with her cumbia cover of “Lost In The Middle Of Nowhere.” The catchy cumbia “La Comadre” from Stefani Montiel dropped seven spots to No. 9.
In other highlights from this week’s countdown, Conjunto legend Linda Escobar rose five spots to No. 11 with her Tejano track “La Revancha” and the biggest debut of the week was Rick Fuentes and The Brown Express, “Caricia Y Herida” featuring the late Arturo Montes, at No. 12.
Check out the slideshow below for the Top 20 hits for the week of October 27, 2019, on the Tejano Gold Countdown, heard on 134 radio affiliates in the U.S. and Mexico. Listen to Tejano Gold Countdown podcasts at TejanoGoldCountdown.com.
The Tejano Gold Countdown Top 20 is based on data provided by National Hispanic Syndicated Radio, LLC., comprised of data from Mediabase, reporting stations and select online radio stations.
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