Daddy Yankee

Reggaeton Singer

Daddy Yankee was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States on February 3rd, 1977 and is the Reggaeton Singer. At the age of 47, Daddy Yankee biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez, El Cangri, El Jefe, The Big Boss, El Maximo Lider, Daddy Yankee, Winchester 30-30, King Daddy, The King
Date of Birth
February 3, 1977
Nationality
PR
Place of Birth
San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States
Age
47 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aquarius
Networth
$15 Million
Profession
Actor, Singer, Songwriter
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Daddy Yankee Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 47 years old, Daddy Yankee has this physical status:

Height
170cm
Weight
78kg
Hair Color
Black
Eye Color
Light Brown
Build
Athletic
Measurements
Not Available
Daddy Yankee Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
Daddy is a Christian.
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Not Available
Daddy Yankee Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Mirredys Gonzalez Ayala
Children
3
Dating / Affair
Paula DeAnda, Mirredys Gonzalez Ayala (1994-Present)
Parents
Ramón Ayala Class, Rosa María Rodríguez
Siblings
Melvin Ayala (Brother), Nomar Ayala (Brother)
Other Family
Porto Ayala y Ayala (Paternal Grandfather), Altagracia Class y Aponte (Paternal Grandmother)
Daddy Yankee Life

Ramón Luis Ayala Rodrón (born February 3, 1977), also known as Daddy Yankee, is a Puerto Rican singer, rapper, singer, actor, and record producer.

Ayala was born in R.o Piedras, Puerto Rico, and was raised in the Villa Kennedy Housing Projects neighborhood.

Daddy Yankee coined the word Reggaeton in 1994 to describe Puerto Rico's new music style.

Music critics and fans alike, Ayala aspired to be a professional baseball player and played for the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball.

While taking a break from a studio recording session with reggaeton artist DJ Playero, he was struck by a stray round from an AK-47 rifle before being officially signed.

Ayala spent more than a year recovering from the injury; the bullet was never removed from his hip; and he credits the shooting for allowing him to concentrate solely on a music career.

In 2004, Daddy Yankee released his international hit single "Gasolina," which is credited with bringing Reggaeton to millions of people around the world and making the music genre a worldwide phenomenon.

Since being a young boy, he has sold around 20 million albums.

Barrio Fino, Daddy Yankee's album, made history by becoming the top-selling Latin music album of the decade from 2000–2009.

Daddy Yankee, in collaboration with Latin pop singer Luis Fonsi, released the hit song "Despacito" in 2017.

Since "Macarena" in 1996, it became the first Spanish-language song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

The single was a hit in the world.

On April 20, 2017, YouTube's "Despacito" video became the most watched video in YouTube's history.

Daddy Yankee became the first Latin artist to do so on Spotify in June 2017, the first Latin artist to do so. 131 awards have been received since his inception as a teenager in 2004.

He has received 5 Latin Grammy Awards, 2 Billboard Music Awards, 14 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 2 Latin American Music Awards, 8 Lo Nuestro Awards, an MTV Video Music Award, and 6 ASCAP awards.

He has also been named in the Presencia Latina at Harvard University as a Puerto Rican Walk of Fame Star, special awards from People en Espaol magazine, and the Presencia Latina.

He was named by CNN as the "Most Influential Hispanic Artist" of 2009 and 2006, and he was included in Time 100.

Personal life

Ayala has kept the bulk of his personal life private, although he avoids discussing it in interviews. He has said he avoids doing so because such details are the only part of his personal life that is not revealed, namely, a "little treasure." In an interview with Mara Celeste Arrarás in Al Rojo Vivo in 2006, he discussed his friendship with his wife Mireddys González and his children. He said that his marriage is solid because he and his wife are "friends above all" and that he has avoided other temptations because "weakness is the reason for many artists' deaths." He met his wife when they were younger, and they married at a young age of 17. Yamilette Ayala González was born as a result of the union. His first daughter was born when he was seventeen years old, which he described as confusing at first, adding that raising a daughter at that age was a difficult one. He has a son, Jeremy, who was born in 1998, and another daughter, Jesaaelys, who was born in 1996.

Ayala's campaign in 2008 to promote voting in the 2008 general elections in Puerto Rico. This effort featured a performance titled "Vota o quédate callado" (Vote or Remain Silent).

Ayala endorsed Republican John McCain's candidacy for President of the United States in the 2008 election on August 25, 2008, saying that McCain was a "fighter for the Hispanic people." Ayala moderated a discussion titled "Vota o quédate callado: los candidatos responden a los jóvenes" that was broadcast on October 9, 2008.

In November 2019, Ayala's first of its kind opened a museum of reggaeton at Plaza Las Américas.

In 2007, Daddy Yankee became the spokesperson for the environmental group "Yo Limpio a Puerto Rico," founded by Ignacio Barsottelli. With the tag "Tómatelo en Serio, Recycle for Puerto Rico," Yo Limpio, PepsiCo, and Wal-Mart announced a joint effort to encourage recycling in Puerto Rico among the island's general public and schools, including Daddy Yankee, who became the main spokesperson. In the elementary, junior high, and high school categories, this initiative introduced a recycling competition among public and private schools from around the island. The initiative was implemented at Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores around the island, where customers were able to deposit recyclable items.

Following Hurricane Maria's devastation in Puerto Rico, Daddy Yankee donated $100,000 to the Food Bank of Puerto Rico. The funds were distributed to approximately 9,000 people on the island.

After winning the MLB HR Derby on July 8, 2019, Pete Alonso received the HR Derby medallion.

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Daddy Yankee Career

Musical career

Ayala was intended to become a professional baseball player but he was shot in the leg while taking a break from a studio recording session, and he was often regarded as one of the pioneers in the reggaeton style. The bullet was never removed, and he attributes this experience with his ability to pursue a musical career. He appeared on the 1994 DJ Playero's Mixtape, Playero 34, with the song "So Persigueme, No Te Detengas." No Mercy, his first official studio project as a solo artist, was released in Puerto Rico on April 2, 1995 by White Lion Records and BM Records. Earlier in his career, he attempted to imitate Vico C's rap style, including DJ Playero, DJ Nelson, and Tempo, which all aimed to imitate other artists in the genre, in order to create their own style with the Dembow groove. He eventually deviated from the popular rap model and became one of the first artists to perform reggaeton. Daddy Yankee appeared in several of DJ Playero's underground mixtapes that were unveiled by the Puerto Rican government due to explicit lyrics; these songs would later become one of the first reggaeton songs ever recorded. DJ Playero and Daddy Yankee will be credited with inventing the word "reggaeton" to describe their music on the album Playero 36 in 1994.

In the 1997 song "The Profecy," Daddy Yankee collaborated with Nas, who was a source for Ayala's Ayala, the group Boss had collaborated with the rapper Nas, who was a mentor for Ayala. El Cartel (1997) and El Cartel II (2001), two compilation albums of original content, were released: El Cartel (1997) and El Cartel II (2001). Both albums were successful in Puerto Rico, but not so much throughout Latin America. Daddy Yankee released nine music videos in those years, including "Posición" featuring Alberto Stylee, "Tu Cuerpo En La Cama," starring Nicky Jam, and "Muévete Y Perrea."

Daddy Yankee formed "Los Cangris" with Nicky Jam in 2000 and released several hit singles together. In 2004, Yankee and Nicky Jam disintegrated due to personal issues and cultural differences. Daddy Yankee and Nicky Jam reunited in 2012 and appeared in various concerts together.

El Cangri.com became a Daddy Yankee's first international success in 2002, earning national and Miami media coverage of "Latigazo," "Son Las Doce," "Guayando," "Guayando," and other songs like "Enciende" that explores a variety of social issues of the period, including 9/11, corruption, and faith.

Daddy Yankee released Los Homerun-es, his first charted single ("Settle"), five new songs, and 12 remixes of DJ Playero's albums songs in 2003. "Seguroski," his first charted single after six of them, was later charted.

"Cógela Que Va Sin Jockey," Daddy Yankee collaborated with renowned reggaeton developers Luny Tunes on the album Mas Flow in 2003. "Métele Con Candela") and Mas Flow 2.

Barrio Fino, Daddy Yankee's new album, was produced by Luny Tunes and DJ Nelson, among others, and El Cartel Records and VI Music released it in July 2004. It was the most awaited album in the reggaeton community. Since being a kid, Daddy Yankee has loved salsa music, and this has led him to the inclusion of genres other than reggaeton on the album. "Melao" was the most popular of these cross-genre singles, in which he performed with Andy Montaez. The album was described as his most complete, and with it, he intended to offer a variety of reggaeton and other genres to the English-speaking audience. Barrio Fino was accompanied by an international tour with appearances in a variety of countries, including the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, Honduras, Honduras, Spain, Colombia, Venezuela, Venezuela, and the United States. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the album has sold over 1.1 million copies in the United States alone, making it the country's seventh best-selling Latin album. In addition, the book had sold over 2 million copies in Latin America and around the world.

Daddy Yankee was also featured in N.O.R.E. at the time. "Oye Mi Canto," a hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and a record for a reggaeton single at the time. "Mayor Que Yo" and "Los 12 Discpulos" were two other popular featured singles.

Daddy Yankee received numerous international awards in 2005, making him one of the most well-known reggaeton performers in the music industry. Lo Nuestro Awards within the "Album of the Year" category, which he received for Barrio Fino, was the first award of the year. In this case, he performed "Gasolina" in a performance that was described as "innovative." Barrio Fino also received the "Reggaeton Album of the Year" award in the Latin Billboard, where he performed a mash-up of three of his songs in a duet with P. Diddy on April 28, 2005. The album was available in Latin America, the United States, and Europe, with Japan earning gold. Daddy Yankee was given promotional opportunities with radio stations and soda companies, including Pepsi, as a result of the album's success. In the second edition of Premios Juventud, his hit single, "Gasolina," received the majority of votes cast for the second edition of Premios Juventud, in which it received eight nominations and won seven awards. At the award ceremony, Daddy Yankee also performed live. In the Latin Grammy and MTV Video Music Awards, "Gasolina" was nominated. The commercial success of "Gasolina" in the United States prompted the development of a new radio style and a Billboard chart: Latin Rhythm Airplay. "Daddy Yankee and 'Gasolina' caused the explosion of urban Latin music worldwide, according to Nestor Casonu, CEO of Casonu Strategic Management.

Artists from various music genres covered "Gasolina," the album's success. "Los Lagos," a Mexican banda band, did a cover with the original beat but changed the song's lyrics, resulting in a controversy. The group's rep had sought the copyright permission to perform the single and translate it to a new music style, but the lyrics were not allowed to change the lyrics; no one was obligated to change the lyrics; legal action followed. Daddy Yankee's lawyer said that having his song broadcast was a "honor," but that it must be done in the right way."

Barrio Fino en Directo, a live record and a follow-up to Barrio Fino, was released on December 13, 2005. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the album in the United States sold more than 800,000 copies worldwide, making it the 13th best-selling Latin album in the United States, attracting over 3 million copies worldwide.

Daddy Yankee was named one of the 100 Most Influential People by Time on April 30, 2006, citing Barrio Fino's 2 million deals with Interscope Records, as well as his Pepsi endorsement.

Daddy Yankee and William Omar Landrón (more commonly known by his artistic name Don Omar) were involved in a rivalry in the period of "tiraera" (from "marchrón). Despite being denied early by both artists early on, the rivalry received a lot of press attention. It began with a lyrical infight between the artists and the landron's common usage of the term "King of Kings" in a remix album, where he chastised Landron's common use of the term "King of Kings." Don Omar's album "Ahora Son Mejor" responded to this in a song titled "Ahora Son Mejor."

El Cartel: The Big Boss was unveiled by Interscope on June 5, 2007. Daddy Yankee said that the album represented a return to his hip-hop roots rather than being classified as a strictly reggaeton record. The album was released in 2006 and featured will.i.am, Scott Storch, Tainy Tunes, Neli, and Daddy Yankee staff. With Héctor Delgado, Fergie, Nicole Scherzinger, and Akon, singles were made. The album's first single, "Impacto," was unveiled prior to the album's completion. The album was promoted by a tour around the United States, which then grew throughout Latin America. He appeared in Mexico, first in Monterry, where 10,000 people attended the performance, and later in San Luis Potos, where the concert attracted hundreds of spectators outside the theater. Daddy Yankee had a great time in Chile and set a record for attendance in Ecuador. He also appeared in Bolivia, setting another record for 50,000 fans attending his Santa Cruz de la Sierra concert. Later, this exhibition was dubbed "the best show with the most people in history" and "somehappy" that his album had more sales than those of Juan Luis Guerra and Juanes, as well as "unofficial evidence that reggaeton's principal exponent vanished the majority of the genres."

Daddy Yankee made several guest appearances on famous reggaeton compilation albums, including Caribbean Connection, Echo Presents: Invasión, Mas Flow: Los Benjamins, and 20 Number One's Now.

He appeared on the 2008 Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto IV as the DJ of Radio San Juan Sounds with spanglish lines. Wisin & Yandel, Hector "El Father," Tito El Bambino, and Jowell & Randy are among the reggaeton songs from Daddy Yankee's coworkers on the radio. "Impacto" in San Juan was also a hit on Daddy Yankee's "Impacto."

Daddy Yankee revealed in July 2008 that he would make a cover version of Thal's "Ten Paciencia" as part of his collection. Talento De Barrio, his soundtrack album, was released on August 17, 2008. Daddy Yankee planned several events, including an in-store contract signing, ahead of the album's unveiling. By the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIAA) on April 17, 2009, the album was named Multi-Platinum. He appeared at the Via del Mar International Song Festival in Chile on February 27, 2009. The artists are given accolades based on the public's reaction in this case. Daddy Yankee received the "Silver Torch," "Lamado de emergencia," "Ella Me Levantó," "Masolina," "Limpia Paragus," "Lo Que Pasó," and "Lo Que Pasó" over the course of two hours, according to "Daddy," "Silver Seagull" and "Silver Seagull" awards after he performed "Rempe," "Mileman," "Gold Torch" and "Silson" and "Silver Torch" and "Silver Seagull" and "E" and "E" and "Me," "E" and "Mo de emergencia") and "L" and "Sil, Pasó," "L" and "L" and "L" and "L" and "L" and "Silver Seagull" during the "Silver Seagull." He received the Spirit of Hope Award at the Latin Billboard Music Awards ceremony on April 24, 2009. The awards are given to artists who participate in their community or social activities throughout the year.

In order to market his ninth album, Mundial, the single, "Grito Mundial," was released on October 8, 2009. The song was supposed to be the official theme of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but Daddy Yankee refused the FIFA bid, which gave them 100 percent of the rights. Despite the fact that "El Ritmo No Perpeto (Prende)" was out a month before, it was not considered the first official promotional single. On January 12, 2010, "Descontrol," the second single, and it debuted on January 12, 2010, dominated Billboard's Latin Rhythm Airplay. The music video was shot in New York City and was released on May 17, 2010. "La Despedida" was the third single, and it was unveiled on August 4, 2010. Both Billboard Top Latin Songs and Latin Pop Songs ranked the song at #5 on Billboard Top Latin Songs and Latin Pop Songs. Other songs, such as "Bailando Fue" (featuring Jowell & Randy) and "Échale Pique" (featuring Yomo), were not included in Mundial.

Daddy Yankee appeared in the album "Somos El Mundo 25 Por Haiti" in 2010, delivering the rap vocals with rapper Pitbull.

Prestige, Daddy Yankee's sixth studio album, was released on September 11, 2012. It was planned to be published on November or December 2011, but El Cartel Records was destroyed, and half of the album was lost. The lost tracks had to be reworked and then released nine months later. Prince Royce, a bachata singer, appeared on "Ven Conmigo," the first single, which debuted on April 12, 2011, and peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Latin Charts. "Lovumba," the second single on the Billboard Latin Charts and the Latin Songs chart, was a number one hit on the Billboard Latin Charts and the Latin Songs chart on October 4, 2011. The 2012 Latin Grammy Awards were also voted for Best Urban Song. "Pasarela," the third single, was released on June 20, 2012. The album debuted at number 39 on the Billboard 200, at number one on both the Billboard Latin Albums and Latin Rhythm Albums charts. On the Billboard Rap Albums chart, it also ranked at number five. Limbo, the album's fourth and final single, was announced on the album. The song had a huge success, peaking at three top Billboard charts (Hot Latin Song, Latin Pop Song, and Latin Rhythm Airplay) as well as having more than 790 million views on YouTube. On March 8, 2013, the album was rated Gold by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIAA).

After many years of rivalry, the year 2012 saw one of the year's most significant genre events: the reunification of Daddy Yankee and Wisin & Yandel. Daddy Yankee appeared on the duo's remix album "Hipnotzame" six years ago as a fan. Wisin & Yandel collaborated in the remix of "Limbo" two months later on February 16, 2013. In two concerts (one in Puerto Rico and another in Colombia), the three artists performed "Hipnot," "Mayor Que Yo," and "Noche De Entierro" later this year.

Daddy Yankee appeared in the 2013 Via del Mar International Song Festival to a sold-out audience on February 25, 2013. "Limbo," "Gasolina," "Pose," "Pose," "Ella Me Levantó," and "Descontrol" were among his hits. He has been honoured with the Silver and Golden Torch awards, as well as the Silver and Golden Seagull awards.

Daddy Yankee toured many countries in Europe in 2013, including Spain, Germany, France, and Italy. He has also performed in Colombia, Peru, Chile, and Chile, attracting sold-out audiences. In 2013, he released music videos of "El Amante" starring J Alvarez, "Summertime" and "Noche de los Dos" starring Natalia Jimenez, who have millions of views on YouTube.

Daddy Yankee (Musicologo & Menes) produced "King Daddy" as part of the Imperio Nazza Mixtapes collection on October 29, 2013. It was not released in a digital-only version. The mixtape was made in response to the fans' high demand, and it's a return to his original reggaeton roots. It features 11 tracks from J Alvarez, Arcángel, Yandel, Farruko, and Divino, among others. "King Daddy" was recorded in two and a half weeks, according to Daddy Yankee, because there was "a lot of inspiration" behind it. The song "La Rompe Carros" has earned a following in the public, but his hit single, "La Nueva y La Ex," has been well-received throughout South America, Europe, and North America. Daddy Yankee revealed that King Daddy would be available in a physical form later this year, with three or four bonus tracks for a total of 14 or 15 songs included.

Daddy Yankee appeared on his King Daddy Tour from May 13 to June 22, 2014, visiting numerous cities in Europe. He has also toured in South and North American cities. His concerts in Spain ranked 4o in the box-office rankings, despite being the first Latin artist to be on the top ten in the region, behind Iron Maiden and The Rolling Stones, and Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, and Michael Bublé.

With a rap sampler, "Ora Por M" (Spanish for "Pray For Me) was released as part of King Daddy's bonus tracks on June 17, 2014 and features the Scorpions' "Send Me An Angel" instrument. On June 24, 2014, the official video for "Ora Por M" was released. Several locations in San Juan, Puerto Rico, were filmed, including Ayala's life and the dark side of fame. It's the most personal song of his career, according to Daddy Yankee. "Palabras Con Sentido" (Spanish for "Words With Sentiments), which defends reggaeton and urban music of all the allegations of being a "society poison") was released on September 2, 2014. And urban music, Daddy Yankee said that all music has something to offer. On his single, he claims that urban music saves lives, as well as his own, and that the alternative will be that churches must remain, while journalists must insist that artists must have more inspiration, and poor people must help the homeless. "This Is Not A Love Song" by Duncan, his first entirely English single, debuted on September 9, 2014.

During the 2016 Latin Billboard Awards, Daddy Yankee was given the "Industry Leader Award" on April 28, 2016.

In early 2016, Daddy Yankee and Don Omar announced in a Billboard press conference that they would perform together on stage in a concert series called The Kingdom Tour after a decade-long feud with longtime competitor Don Omar for the "King of Reggaetón" title. Many fans of the tour had to be disbelief as it sold out in minutes in major cities such as Las Vegas, Orlando, Los Angeles, New York. The concerts were arranged as a boxing match, where the two performers had to trade off musical rounds, and fans voted for their champion in each city using an app that was specially developed for the event. "Two kings, one throne," Pina Records founder Rafael Pina, who had a long association with both musicians and who later came up with the tour concept. "Let me clarify: I am not his best friend, and he is not my closest friend," Don Omar wrote about the tour and his rivalry with Daddy Yankee. We've been encouraged to be better because of our drive to be the best.

Daddy Yankee, in collaboration with Latin pop singer Luis Fonsi, launched the hit song "Despacito" in 2017. Since "Macarena" in 1996, it became the first Spanish-language song to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The single achieved global success. After 97 days, YouTube's official video for "Despacito" on YouTube reached its billionth audience on April 20, 2017, becoming the second-fastest video on the website to reach the milestone behind Adele's "Hello." Daddy Yankee became the first Latin artist to do so on Netflix in June 2017.

Daddy Yankee released his first latin trap singles in early 2018 with the album "Hielo" and the single "Vuelve" on which he performed with Bad Bunny.

"Made for Now" was a Daddy Yankee collaboration with Janet Jackson in August 2018.

He released "Con Calma," a reimagining of Snow's 1992 hit song "Informer." Snow topped the charts and the Spanish-language remake debuted in 20 countries, placing them in the top ten in ten other countries, with the top ten in ten others.

Daddy Yankee's seventh and final studio album Legendaddy, which was announced on March 24, as well as its accompanying tour, will run from August to December on March 21, 2022. Since finishing the tour, he also announced that he would resign from music.

Film and other career projects

Ayala has negotiated promotional agreements with several companies outside of the music industry, including the selling of merchandise under his name. In 2005, he became the first Latin artist to sign a Reebok contract in order to produce accessories, including the licensed clothing line "DY," which was first launched in 2006. He joined the business in order to produce his own shoes and sporting products, which were first available on May 23, 2006. With the introduction of the Travel Trainer line in July 2007, Reebok continued the relationship. Pepsi began advertising campaign named "Puertas," in which Ayala is depicted as returning to his youth by opening a series of doors.

Ayala has worked in film as both an actor and producer. In the 2004 film Vampiros, directed by Eduardo Ortiz and shot in Puerto Rico, his acting debut was as an extra. The film premiered at the Festival of Latin American Cinema in New York, where it received a warm response. Image Entertainment began to produce a DVD, which was widely distributed in March 2005. In Talento de Barrio, which was shot in Puerto Rico and directed by José Iván Santiago, Ayala appeared in the principal role, "Edgar Dinero." Ayala produced the film, which is based on his experience of growing up in a poor city neighborhood. Although the film is not specifically a biography, Ayala has said that it resembles his youth. Talento de Barrio's debut was scheduled for July 23, 2008, in New York's Latino Film Festival. Ayala expressed joy after the premiere, claiming that he had been invited to audition for other producers. Talento de Barrio broke the record held by Maldeamores for the most tickets to a Puerto Rican film that were sold in a single day in Caribbean Cinemas on release.

Ayala has been involved in the management of three companies, the first being El Cartel Records, which he co-owns with Andres Hernandez. He founded Fundación Corazón Guerrero, a charitable group in Puerto Rico that works with young prisoners detained in Puerto Rico. He was awarded by Presencia Latina of Harvard College on April 26, 2008, for his work with Puerto Rican youth and designing Corazón Guerrero. In a Baloncesto Superior Nacional press conference on February 6, 2008, Ayala revealed that he had bought a part of the Criollos de Cas' ownership. He has also been involved in several media campaigns for Cruz Roja Puerto Rico.

During an interview in Las Vegas in March 2013, Daddy Yankee talked about a new film project. Ayala revealed the film during a radio station interview in January 2014, but he only announced that several reggaeton exponents would be involved in it. Macho Camacho's life was announced in February 2014. He had the boxer's help film the film, but it was still in nothing after Camacho's death on November 24, 2012. In 2015, the film was supposed to be released.

The introduction of his game Trylogy, a 3D video game based on tower defense games, was the most recent of Daddy Yankee's non-music projects. On November 29, 2013, the game was unveiled at the New York Comic Con and was announced on November 29, 2013. Ayala's hits such as "Gasolina" and "Limbo" are also included in the game.

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Lionel Messi's pre-match Apple Music playlist: The football icon's favorite songs as he warms up

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 22, 2024
After unveiling his pre-match playlist for Apple Music, Lionel Messi has revealed the English language songs he listens to when warming up for a match. Inter Miami, the Inter Miami star who won the FIFA World Cup with Argentina in December 2022, also posted a large number of tracks as part of the announcement. Daddy Yankee, Karol G, and Bad Bunny are among the playlist's hits from the globally popular Spanish-language singers.

During his last concert in his native Puerto Rico, Daddy Yankee declares that he will dedicate his life to Christ

www.dailymail.co.uk, December 5, 2023
During his last concert at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in San Juan on Sunday, Daddy Yankee announced that he was going to devote his life to Christ. 'Mexico, this is the most significant day of my life, and I want to share it with you because living a life with purpose is not the same as living a life of meaning,' the Puerto Rican 46-year-old said in Spanish.' "I've been trying to fill a void in my life that no one could fill for many years." I tried to find a reason, on several occasions it seemed as if I was content, but I was not 100%. I must admit that those days are over, and that someone was able to fill the void that had existed for a long time.'

Bad Bunny unleashes FURY on 's***ty' new TikTok song that used AI technology to replicate his voice

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 8, 2023
This week, Bad Bunny unleashed his fury on a viral new TikTok song that used AI technology to imitate his voice. The single, created by FlowGPT, is titled nostalgiA and also includes AI recreations of Justin Bieber and Daddy Yankee's voices. Bad Bunny, 29, 29, wrote a blistering new post on his WhatsApp channel, alleging that anyone who was fond of nostalgIA is unworthy of following him on the web.
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