J Balvin's Ginza hit was the most liked Latin song of 2016 on streaming service Pandora.
More than 3.3 million people gave the reggaeton smash the thumbs up online, handing Balvin the top spot in the end-of-year poll, ahead of Nicky Jam's Hasta el amanecer in second place and Yandel's Encantadora at three, reports Billboard.com.
"The continued popularity of reggaeton is apparent - it has essentially become the de facto Latin pop genre of the year," Marcos Juarez, head of Latin music programming at Pandora, explains in a statement. "Eight of the top 25 songs are either by or featuring reggaeton artists, including the top three.
"Additionally, Regional Mexican music continues to be a driving force on Pandora, with the genre providing over two-thirds of the entrants on the list. Within regional Mexican, norteno and sierreno sounds edge out banda for the most representation this year."
Mexican sierreno group Los Plebes del Rancho de Ariel Camacho scored three hits in the top 10 alone - DEL negociante, No lo hice bien, and Que caro estoy pagando, which come in at numbers six, seven, and eight, respectively.
Other hits to make the top 10 include Solo con verte by Banda MS and Enrique Iglesias' Duele el corazon.