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Daddy Yankee Announces He’s Retiring After Final Album


Daddy Yankee is officially entering his retirement era!

“Today, I’m reporting my retirement from music by giving you my best creation and my best show visit,”. The King of Reggaeton said in an articulation in an official statement, as indicated by Billboard. “I will bid farewell praising these 32 years of involvement in this new gatherer’s thing, the collection Legendaddy. I will give you every one of the styles that have characterized me, in one single collection.”

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Legend Daddy will be the reggaetonero’s first studio collection in quite a while. Related to the new record. The worldwide whiz will take off for the La Última Vuelta World Tour, which will be his last visit.

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The “Gasolina” rapper also shared the news with a special video message on his official website.  

The rapper, whose real name is Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez. Spoke affectionately to the camera and delivered his message in Spanish. “This career has been a marathon,” the Puerto Rican musician said. “I finally see the end goal. Now I’m going to enjoy with all of you in what you’ve given me.”  

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Daddy Yankee, whose vocation has crossed for more than thirty years. He also shared the effect that his music has made on the more youthful age. “In the barrios where we grew up, most of us needed to be street pharmacists,” he said. “Today, I go to barrios and caserios. The larger part need to be artists, and that implies a great deal to me.”

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Daddy Yankee was also responsible for giving the Latin music genre. Its name in the early ‘90s and bringing it to the global forefront of music with the release and success of his 2004 hit, “Gasolina.” Over the course of his career. The “Dura” rapper has also gone on to become one of the best-selling Latin Artists. Releasing seven studio albums, and has won a host of awards including Latin GRAMMYs,

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Billboard Latin Music Awards, Billboard Awards, MTV Awards and Latin American Music Awards. The rapper also shattered records alongside Luis Fonsi with their 2017 hit, “Despacito.”

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