Daddy Yankee releases his latest album ‘Legendaddy’: that’s how it sounds

Puerto Rican singer Daddy Yankee released this Thursday his latest album, ‘Legendaddy’, production with which he bids farewell to the music and the stages. This work has 19 themes, and some recorded with great collaborators.

This would be the artist’s seventh album after a 32-year career, produced by himself along with the Dominican duo Luny Tunes. The list of songs includes the titles ‘Forever’, ‘One removed and another position’, ‘Truquito’, ‘El abuser del abuser’, ‘Enchuletia’o’, ‘Agua’, ‘Zona del perreo’, ‘Hot’ , ‘La ola’, ‘Bombon’, ‘El rey de lo imperfecto’, ‘Impares’ and ‘Bloke’.

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The 45-year-old reggaeton singer, who in 2004 gave the blow of his life with ‘Gasolina’, announced last Sunday his retirement from music, an apparently definitive goodbye that is confirmed with this record production.

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With this new and latest musical repertoire, Daddy Yankee gives a good example of what his style has been for all these yearsan album in which he wanted to accompany the great figures of the moment in urban music.

The self-proclaimed ‘boss’ he recruited figures of the stature of Bad Bunny, Myke Towers, Rauw Alejandro or the Cuban Pitbull.

A few hours before the publication of his album on the different platforms, The artist thanked followers through Instagram for the support during all these years. “Thanks to everyone who was, is and will be part of this story.”