Vicente Fernandez’s Biggest Billboard Hits

People all over the world are mourning the death of Vicente Fernandez, Mexican music legend. Fernandez passed away at 81 years old leaving behind a legacy that spans decades and 40 entries on the Billboard charts. Billboard Magazine takes a look back at his greatest Top 10 Hot Latin Songs.

“Dos Corazones” peaked No. 10 on chart dated Feb. 6, 1988

“Aunque Mal Paguen Ellas” peaked at No. 4 on chart dated Aug. 26, 1989

“Por Tu Maldito Amor” peaked at No. 10 on chart dated Dec. 2, 1989

“Que Sepan Todos” peaked at No. 6 on chart dated June 1, 1991

“Yo Quiero” peaked at No. 9 on chart dated July 25, 1992

“Aca Entre Nos” peaked at No. 8 on chart dated Oct. 31, 1992

“La Fiesta” peaked at No. 8 on chart dated Feb. 20, 1993

“Lastima Que Seas Ajena” peaked at No. 3 on chart dated Sept. 25, 1993

“Miseria” peaked at No. 6 on chart dated Sept. 24, 1994

“Aunque Me Duela El Alma” peaked at No. 2 on chart dated June 24, 1995

“No Te Vayas” peaked at No. 5 on chart dated July 6, 1996

“Nos Estorbo La Ropa” peaked at No. 4 on chart dated Nov. 1, 1997

“Me Voy a Quitar De En Medio” peaked at No. 4 on chart dated March 27, 1999

“Borracho te Recuerdo” peaked at No. 8 on chart dated Jan. 13, 2001

“El Ayudante” peaked at No. 9 on chart dated Sept. 29, 2001

“Estos Celos” peaked at No. 3 on chart dated Oct. 20, 2007

“La Derrota” peaked at No. 7 on chart dated June 14, 2008

“Para Siempre” peaked at No. 2 on chart dated Aug. 16, 2009

“El Ultimo Beso” peaked at No. 1 on chart dated Feb. 21, 2009

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