The genre is now dominating Latin music airways and sweeping award shows left and right. Daddy Yankee has been serving us hit-after-hit since the early s and he has shown no signs of slowing down — at least not anytime soon. It is one of the singles that were supposed to appear on the album, El Disco Duro , slated for release in The track peaked at 6 on the Hot Latin Songs chart and stayed on that chart for 25 weeks. Remixes often take a great song and push it to another level. The hit went to 3 on the Hot and 1 on the Hot Latin Songs chart.
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Daddy Yankee is one of today's most popular Latin music stars in the world, and thanks to his prolific and innovative repertoire, this Puerto Rican singer, songwriter and entrepreneur has established himself as one of the most influential names in the fields of reggaeton and Latin urban music. From "Lo Que Paso, Paso" to "Limbo," the following playlist features some of the very best songs ever recorded by Daddy Yankee, which went on to help shape the genre and the Latin music scene as a whole. Back in , Daddy Yankee released "Barrio Fino," a hugely popular album that transformed this Puerto Rican singer into one of the most influential stars of the reggaeton era. Since then, "Lo Que Paso, Paso," a single included in that work, has been one of the most acclaimed Daddy Yankee songs. This is a perfect track to add to your Latin party playlist. Even though Reggaeton is still very popular, modern Latin Urban music is no longer exclusively linked to this music style.
“Sigueme y Te Sigo”
And I think part of the success of the track was people looking for some hidden meaning: Was I talking about alcohol, about drugs? The song is all about breaking it down on the dance floor. This salsa-infused track sends a message to a past lover. This is no fashion show anthem, but the track does want you to strike your most sensual pose on the dance floor. In , Daddy Yankee placed an emergency call to his lover hoping that she would mend his wounds. In the song, he asks her to tell him what he has to do to get her back. Daddy Yankee most recently released this single, featuring Ozuna. The song one went out to all the heartbreaking women who love to dupe men. US Edition U.
Ayala aspired to be a professional baseball player, and tried out for the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball. It became the first Spanish-language song to hit number one on the Billboard Hot since " Macarena " in The video for "Despacito" on YouTube received its billionth view on April 20, , and became the most watched video on the platform. Its success led Daddy Yankee to become the most listened artist worldwide on the streaming service Spotify in June , the first Latin artist to do so.