Tito

Tito

Tito is a San Antonio native, he grew up and still lives on the south side of San Antonio. Le encanta la música Latina, ha tomado el ambiente...Read More

 

Daddy Yankee Announces Retirement After 28 Years Of Hits


Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2022 Live From Puerto Rico

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It seems like just yesterday that Daddy Yankee ushered in 2022 with Roselyn Sanchez for a historic first-ever Spanish countdown of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest in San Juan, Puerto Rico. After 32 years of dándole duro, Daddy Yankee will release his first new studio album in 10 years titled "Legendaddy" to accompany his farewell tour titled "La Última Vuelta." Born Ramon Ayala, Daddy Yankee has been at the center of the Latin music and cultural explosion over the last couple of decades. I remember meeting him for the first time in Los Angeles at the very beginning of his career and feeling like there was something special happening. It was palpable at his shows. The energy that he brings to a show is unmatched, which is why I predict that his farewell tour will be nothing short of EPIC. Here's Daddy's message:

The last time I saw him was at our iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina in Miami and he put on one of the best shows I'd ever seen him deliver. So many hits, so much energy, check it out...

From Gasolina to Despacito and so much more, Daddy Yankee has plowed through barriers and fueled a Latino movement that is currently redefining what it means to be an American. He has pioneered a cultural shift that continues to put a spotlight on Latino music and culture.


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