"Disparo al Corazón" (English: "Shot to the Heart") is a song recorded by Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin, released on January 13, 2015 as the second single from his Grammy Award-winning Spanish-language album, A Quien Quiera Escuchar (2015). It was written by Ricky Martin, Pedro Capó, Yoel Henriquez and Rafael Esparza Ruiz, and produced by Julio Reyes Copello.
On January 19, 2015, "Disparo al Corazón" debuted at number thirty-four on the US Latin Airplay chart and at number nineteen on Latin Pop Airplay. Martin extended his lead for most top twenty hits on the Latin Pop Airplay to forty (followed by Enrique Iglesias with thirty-six). "Disparo al Corazón" also debuted at number thirty-five on Hot Latin Songs becoming Martin's forty-second hit on the chart. Additionally, the song opened at number seven on the US Latin Pop Digital Songs. Two weeks later, "Disparo al Corazón" also debuted at number twenty-three on the Tropical Songs chart. On February 16, 2015, "Disparo al Corazón" topped Latin Pop Airplay. So far, it spent four consecutive weeks at the top. The song also reached a new peak on Hot Latin Songs, climbing to number nine in its fifth week. On March 2, 2015, Martin earned his fourteenth Latin Airplay number one with "Disparo al Corazón." In the chart's history, only Enrique Iglesias boasted more leaders (twenty-six), and Gloria Estefan ranks third with eleven number ones.
Eventually, "Disparo al Corazón" peaked at number nine on the US Hot Latin Songs chart, number one on Latin Airplay and number twenty on Latin Digital Songs. It also reached number one on Latin Pop Airplay, number seven on Latin Pop Digital Songs, and number twelve on Tropical Songs. On the 2015 Billboard Year-End charts, "Disparo al Corazón" reached number fourteen on Latin Pop Songs, number forty-six on Latin Airplay, and number fifty-five on Hot Latin Songs.
The song peaked at number two on the Mexican Espanol Airplay chart and number ten on Mexico Airplay. In Spain, it reached number thirty-one.
The music video for "Disparo al Corazón" was released on Vevo on March 20, 2015. File Hashes