Daddy Yankee Tour 2022: Born Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez, Daddy Yankee is a Puerto Rican reggaeton singer-songwriter and producer. The San Juan native is famous for his hit “Gasolina” and has sold over 10 million records.Better known as his stage name Daddy Yankee, Ayala grew up in the projects of San Juan and aspired to be a professional baseball player. An accidental gun wound in his leg ended his dreams and he turned his full attention towards music. Ayala became involved with the rap music scene gaining influence in San Juan and he collaborated with artist DJ Playero on the recording “So’ Persígueme, No Te Detengas” in 1990.Departing from the rap music he grew up with, Ayala explored new territory with reggaeton music. His first solo project was the album “No Mercy” which came out on 2 April 1995.
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Ayala’s next two releases “El Cartel” in 1997 and “El Cartel II” in 2001 were the defining albums that would launch his career in Puerto Rico. Reggaeton became part of pop culture in Puerto Rico.A year later, the album “El Changri.com” was released to the international music industry and became famous in the Latino communities of Miami and New York, U.S.A. In 2004 Daddy Yankee brought reggaeton to the masses with the compilation “Barrio Fino” produced by Luny Tunes and DJ Nelson. He experimented with elements of Salsa music, mixed with rap and reggaeton. His music is known to admired by English-speaking and Spanish-speaking fans alike . The single “Gasolina” was particularly successful and earned Daddy Yankee nominations at the Latin Grammys and the MTV Video Music awards.Daddy Yankee’s next album “El Cartel: The Big Boss” came out in June 2007 and was promoted by an international tour throughout the U.S. and Latin America.Daddy Yankee’s more recent work “Prestige” released in 2012 and “King Daddy” released in 2013 have both been successful and has allowed the artist to tour all over the world. He has an ability to flawlessly combine hip hop, reggaeton, and latin music and make it accessible to mainstream audiences. Daddy Yankee has cited Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, and Nas as musical influences. He is known to be a huge advocate of “urban music” as having the ability to transcend social divides and inspire people to do good. To this day, Daddy Yankee is very much in touch with his roots and is known to work with Puerto Rican youth through local charities