Published: 3/3/2016

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AFILIADOS DE SESAC LATINA SE POSICIONAN EN EL #1 EN CUATRO LISTAS DE BILLBOARD

Luciano Luna en Regional Mexican Airplay
Nicky Jam en Latin Rhythm
Sharlene en Tropical
Gente D’ Zona en Tropical Digital


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Nuevamente hace noticia el talento de SESAC Latina, esta vez al posicionarse simultáneamente en el primer lugar en cuatro charts de la revista Billboard correspondiente al 12 de marzo, 2016.

El Premio SESAC Latina como Compositor del Año 2014 y 2015 Luciano Luna domina la lista Regional Mexican Airplay del momento con su tema “¿Por qué Terminamos?” en la interpretación de Gerardo Ortiz.

Además, el célebre autor mexicano coloca otras dos composiciones suyas en el Top 20 de Billboard de la misma lista y fecha con “Me Empezó A Valer”, 8°, grabado por La Séptima Banda, de la cual también es productor; y “Pero Sin Enamorarse”, 19°, en la interpretación de Jesús Ojeda y Sus  Parientes.

Tras su grandioso show en el Festival de Viña del Mar, Chile, Nicky Jam celebra también el primer lugar que alcanza en el Latin Rhythm Airplay chart con su tema “Hasta El Amanecer” dominando la cantidad y frecuencia de tocadas y audiencia radial en los mercados de Estados Unidos y Puerto Rico.

Otra afiliada de SESAC Latina, la cantante, compositora y actriz dominicana Sharlene ocupa la primera posición de la lista Tropical Airplay con “Toy Enamorao”, que interpreta junto a Mozart La Para y Nacho.

Esta serie de logros del elenco de la organización de derechos de autor más progresiva de la industria se completa con Gente D’ Zona, que se sitúa en el primer lugar del chart Tropical Digital de Billboard con su interpretación de junto a Marc Anthony.

SESAC LATINA-AFFILIATED SONGWRITERS HAVE #1 HITS ON FOUR BILLBOARD CHARTS

Regional Mexican Airplay: Luciano Luna

Latin Rhythm: Nicky Jam

Tropical: Sharlene

Tropical Digital: Gente D’ Zona

 



SESAC Latina talent is once again making news, as four of this organization's songwriters have #1 hits on Billboard charts for the week of March 12, 2016.

Luciano Luna, the reigning SESAC Latina Songwriter of the Year for the past two years running, leads the Regional Mexican Airplay chart with his hit “¿Por Qué Terminamos?” (Why Did We Break Up), performed by Gerardo Ortíz. He has two other hits this week on the same chart's Top 20: “Me Empezó A Valer” (I Started Caring Less) at #8, which he wrote and produced for La Séptima Banda; and “Pero Sin Enamorarse” (But Without Falling in Love) at #19, performed by Jesús Ojeda y Sus Parientes.

Nicky Jam is coming off a highly acclaimed performance at the Viña del Mar International Song Festival in Chile. He is at #1 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart with “Hasta El Amanecer” (Until Dawn), which he wrote and performed. This song leads the Latin urban genre in radio audience and rotation plays in the United States and Puerto Rico.

Another SESAC Latina affiliate, the singer, songwriter and actress Sharlene, tops the Tropical Airplay chart with her composition “Toy Enamorao” (I'm In Love), which she performs alongside Mozart La Para and Nacho.

Last but not least on this list of accomplishments by artists affiliated with SESAC Latina, the most progressive performing-rights organization in the US, is Gente D’ Zona, who are at #1 on the Billboard Tropical Digital chart.


About SESAC
SESAC is a music rights organization that serves both the creators of music and music users through music licensing services and the use of information technology and data science to provide timely, efficient royalty collection and distribution. SESAC's performing rights subsidiary is the second oldest and most progressive PRO in the U.S., the only PRO to pay monthly radio royalties, and was the first PRO to pay songwriters and publishers for live performances in venues of any size.  Its affiliate roster continues to grow, with recent signings such as Mariah Carey, Zac Brown, Green Day, Kesha, Charli XCX and Nikki Sixx joining stalwarts Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond, Lady Antebellum and the Kurt Cobain catalog.  The acquisition of the Harry Fox Agency (HFA), the leading U.S. mechanical rights organization, positions SESAC as the ONLY rights organization in the United States, with the ability to offer singular licenses for the works for its affiliated writers and publishers that aggregate both performance and mechanical rights. This allows SESAC to drive greater efficiency in licensing for music users, as well as enhanced value for music creators and publishers. SESAC's Rumblefish subsidiary is a leader in music micro-licensing, network monetization on platforms such as YouTube and license verification utilizing its patented RadKey technology. Headquartered in Nashville, the company also has offices in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami and London. In addition, SESAC Latina represents such prestigious artists as Draco Rosa, Nicky Jam, Gente D' Zona, Reik, Jencarlos Canela, Carlos Baute, Enrique Bunbury, Rayito, Rafa Arcaute, Luz Casal, Gaby Moreno, Intocable, Joey Montana, Luciano Luna, Calibre 50, Aleks Syntek, Fonseca, América Sierra, among many others. SESAC, founded in 1930, was the first performing rights organization to create a Latin music-focused division. www.sesaclatina.com 






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