Daddy Yankee reveals details of his latest record production | shows

The announcement of the withdrawal of daddy yankee surprised many and starting today, the last stage of the interpreter’s musical career begins with the release of his album Legendaddy.

The artist published a video in which he revealed the songs that will be included in this production, made up of 19 songs.

The proposal includes several collaborations. The public has already expressed on social networks that they want to listen together with Rauw Alejandro, Bad Bunny and Myke Towers. The album also includes songs with Sech, El Alfa, Natti Natasha, Becky G and Pitbull.

Along with the release of the album, DY announced the farewell tour La Última Vuelta. The five-month tour, led by Cardenas Marketing Network and Raphy Pina, MR Sold Out, will begin on August 10, in Portland, Oregon and will extend through the United States and Latin America. It was not specified when it will arrive in Puerto Rico.

Pre-sale tickets for the tour, which will include cities in the United States and Latin America, will be available starting tomorrow, Friday.

DY has sold close to 30 million records. His 2004 track Gasolina is credited with globalizing the urban genre, and his Barrio Fino album was the best-selling album of the 2000–2009 decade. While his collaboration with Luis Fonsi in 2017 with Despacito, it became the first song in Spanish to reach number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart since 1996. The video was the most viewed on YouTube and the best-selling single of the decade 2010-2019.

In 2017, he became the most listened to artist worldwide on Spotify and the song Con Calma with Ft. Snow was the Best Latin Song of 2019 and appeared in the Top 10 of the most listened to songs worldwide. It became his most viewed video on YouTube, generating over 2.4 billion views.

Over more than three decades, the Puerto Rican has won 102 awards from more than 310 nominations, and has been named one of the “most influential Hispanics” by Time magazine and CNN.

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