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Published: 3/16/2015

Calibre 50 Adds Another Hit to its Remarkable Story with its latest #1 on the Billboard Regional Mexican Airplay Chart, "Contigo.”

Written by Calibre 50 vocalist and frontman Edén Muñoz


The third single from the Regional Mexican group Calibre 50's latest album Contigo (With You) is the title track.
And with unstoppable momentum, this song has soared to No. 1 on this week's Billboard Regional Mexican Airplay chart. "Contigo" is written by Edén Muñoz, the SESAC Latina-affiliated composer who is also the group's lead singer and accordionist.
As the most-played and listened-to song on Regional Mexican radio in the United States, "Contigo" tops the chart for the Billboard magazine publication date of March 21-27, 2015.
It took just four weeks for "Contigo" to power its way to the top, and its latest weekly move was the most impressive, jumping from No. 10 all the way to No. 1.
It's another prodigious achievement for Edén Muñoz, who also co-wrote the 2014 SESAC Latina Song of the Year, titled "Y Te Vas" (And You Leave), with Alfonso Flores Arocha, and performed by Banda Carnaval.
"Contigo" marks the fourth No. 1 hit for SESAC Latina and Calibre 50 on the Regional Mexican charts. The group's other SESAC Latina-represented chart-toppers are titled "Ni Que Estuvieras Tan Buena" (You Weren't That Good), "Tus Latidos" (Your Heartbeats) and "Javier El De Los Llanos" (Javier from the Plains).