* Amárrame becomes the first Spanish song in two years to top the chart. "Eres La Verdad" by Mana and Shakira was #1 in May of 2015.
* Juanes is featured at #1 and lead at #2, meaning he is only the 4th person to ever land in the top two positions at once:
------ It first happened at the turn of the millennium, with two tracks from 98 Degrees' Christmas album holding the top two the final week of 1999 and the first week of 2000.
------ It would be a decade before the next act, Eminem would accomplish this feat. Like Juanes, he was featured at #1 on Airplanes and lead at #2 with Not Afraid. Not Afriad had peaked at #1, fallen, and then reversed course to #2. It happened this week in 2010.
------ Only three years passed before the next act repeated the feat. This time is was Pharrell, who was featured in both the #1 (Blurred Lines) and #2 (Get Lucky) songs. For good measure, Happy was in the top five as well (it peaked at #2 well before its commercial breakthrough the following year.)
------ So far, no women has done it, but Adele came tantalizingly close in 2011 when two of the top three were hers. Rolling in the Deep was at #1 and Set Fire to the Rain was #3 for two weeks. Set Fire to the Rain moved up to #2 the week Rolling fell to #3.
* Selena Gomez gets her fourth top ten with Bad Liar. Too bad it seems to be flopping in real life.
Fatboy Slim dominated the chart in the early years, accumulating 28 weeks at #1 in just three years. It would be 10 years before anyone would surpass his total. This was his fourth number one
Weapon Choice was strong enough that it managed to keep one of the strongest #2 singles ever on my chart - Lady Marmalade, which succumbed and feel this week as Eve became a new challenger. The eventual usurper, Dave Matthews, would knock off Fatboy, but today, is the most forgettable to me of the top five here (all the rest which I still listen to today).
Wow, I was very wordy this week.