After remixing the original version of "Despacito" with Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee are enjoying another week of taking the crown for the hottest song in the United States. The mostly Spanish song is topping the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart a sixth consecutive week while continuing to lead two of the formula component charts as reflected on the June 20, 2017 update.
"Despacito" leads the Streaming Songs chart with a two percent gain having 69.4 million hits through official platforms such as YouTube and Spotify, both contributing to the On-Demand Streaming Songs sub-chart. Over on Digital Songs, the track sold a consistent 140,000 copies for the tracking week ending June 15 while staying close to activity from the prior week. The original Spanish song accounts for 20 percent of the sales.
It's on Radio Songs that "Despacito" cements its lead jumping on the chart. In its second week of having the most gains, the track moves from No. 6 to No. 3 after having a 12 percent rise in airplay impressions. "Despacito" received 125 million impressions in the U.S. across any station that plays the song which is tracked Monday through Sunday.
Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Bieber continue to have the song of the summer and will continue to hold onto the lead as long as it controls formula charts. The Songs of the Summer tally runs from Memorial Day through Labor Day each year.