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Feid Earns First Solo Top 10 on Hot Latin Songs With ‘Sorry 4 That Much’

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Feid secures his fifth top 10 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart as “Sorry 4 That Much” debuts at No. 4 on the June 22-dated chart. The new single becomes his first solo, unaccompanied by any other artist, top 10 entry on the tally, and fifth top 10 overall. His first top 10 came in March of 2023. 

“Sorry 4 That Much” was released June 7, the first day of the tracking week, via Universal Music Latino/UMLE. It starts at No. 4 on the multi-metric tally on the strength of streaming activity and radio airplay. The song registered 4.7 million official U.S. streams during the June 7-13 tracking week, according to Luminate. That sum yields a No. 5 start on the Latin Streaming Songs survey.

On the radio front, “Sorry 4 That Much” logged 4.2 million audience impressions, enough for a top 20 launch on the overall Latin Airplay list, at No. 19. It snatches double honors as the Hot Shot debut of the week and the Greatest Gainer of the week. “Sorry” concurrently opens at No. 5 on Latin Rhythm Airplay.

Streaming and radio activity surrounding “Sorry,” drives Feid to his first solo top 10 entry on Latin Airplay among five career top 10s. Here’s his collection of top 10 achievements:

Peak Position, Title, Artist, Peak Date
No. 10, “Hey Mor,” with Ozuna, March 4, 2023
No. 6, “Yandel 150,” with Yandel, March 25, 2023
No. 2, “Perro Negro,” with Bad Bunny, Nov. 4, 2023
No. 7, “Luna,” with ATL Jacob, May 11
No. 4, “Sorry 4 That Much,” June 22

“Sorry 4 That Much,” produced by Jowan, Wain and Rolo, joins another song by the 31-year-old Feid in the Hot Latin Songs’ top 10: “Luna,” with ATL Jacob, which rebounds to No. 9 after peaking at No. 7 on the May 11-dated tally.

On a global scale, “Sorry” arrives at No. 83 on the Billboard Global 200, for Feid’s 21st chart visit. Meanwhile, it percolates at No. 74 on the Global Excl. U.S. ranking.

Feid’s new accolade hits as the Colombian travels the U.S. for his ongoing FERXXOCALIPSIS World Tour which continues in full force, wrapping up the U.S. leg of the trek on July 8 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, and his recent performance announcement at the 2024 CONMEBOL Copa América U.S. opening ceremony at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on June 20.

Pamela Bustios
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