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Song Name Send
1. Talento De Barrio Send Talento De Barrio by Daddy Yankee
2. Pa-Kumpa!! Send Pa-Kumpa!! by Daddy Yankee
3. Temblor Send Temblor by Daddy Yankee
4. Pose Send Pose by Daddy Yankee
5. Llamado De Emergencia Send Llamado De Emergencia by Daddy Yankee
6. Oasis De Fantasia Send Oasis De Fantasia by Daddy Yankee
7. Salgo Pa' La Calle Send Salgo Pa' La Calle by Daddy Yankee
8. Que Tengo Que Hacer Send Que Tengo Que Hacer by Daddy Yankee
9. Suelta Send Suelta by Daddy Yankee
10. De La Paz Y De La Guerra Send De La Paz Y De La Guerra by Daddy Yankee
11. Pasion Send Pasion by Daddy Yankee
12. Como Y Vete Send Como Y Vete by Daddy Yankee
13. K-dela Send K-dela by Daddy Yankee
14. Infinito Send Infinito by Daddy Yankee
15. Somos De Calle Send Somos De Calle by Daddy Yankee
16. Jefe Send Jefe by Daddy Yankee
17. En Sus Marcas Listos Fuera! Send En Sus Marcas Listos Fuera! by Daddy Yankee
18. Cambio Send Cambio by Daddy Yankee
19. Fuera De Control Send Fuera De Control by Daddy Yankee
20. Impacto Send Impacto by Daddy Yankee
21. Ella Me Levanto Send Ella Me Levanto by Daddy Yankee
22. A Lo Clasico Send A Lo Clasico by Daddy Yankee
23. Bring it On Send Bring it On by Daddy Yankee
24. Who's Your Daddy Send Who's Your Daddy by Daddy Yankee
25. El Celular Send El Celular by Daddy Yankee
26. Ven Damelo Send Ven Damelo by Daddy Yankee
27. Papi Lover Send Papi Lover by Daddy Yankee
28. Que Paso? Send Que Paso? by Daddy Yankee
29. Mensaje De Estado Send Mensaje De Estado by Daddy Yankee
30. Tension Send Tension by Daddy Yankee
31. Soy Lo Que Soy Send Soy Lo Que Soy by Daddy Yankee
32. Coraza Divina Send Coraza Divina by Daddy Yankee
33. Plane To PR Send Plane To PR by Daddy Yankee
34. Me Quedaria Send Me Quedaria by Daddy Yankee
35. Todos Quieren A Raymond Send Todos Quieren A Raymond by Daddy Yankee

Ramón Ayala, who was born on February 3, 1977, better known by his stage name Daddy Yankee, is a Latin Grammy Award-winning Puerto Rican reggaeton recording artist. The talanted singer was born in Río Piedras the largest district of San Juan, where he became interested in music at a young age. In his youth he was interested in baseball, and aspired to become a Major League Baseball player, however he was unable to continue this sport when he received an injury to his leg, leaving him unable to walk correctly. Not long after that Daddy became involved in the underground rap movement that was in its early stages in Puerto Rico, later to be called Reggaeton. After receiving lessons from several artists within the genre, he developed a solo career, first recording in a production was named Playero 37. After this the rising star began to produce independent albums, his debut solo album was called No Mercy. He subsequently created a duo with Nicky Jam, and then continued his solo career with the releases of El Cartel and El Cartel II, which led him be one of many pioneers of the reggaeton genre. In 2002 El Cangri.com became Ayala's first album with huge international success, receiving coverage in the markets of New York and Miami. Barrio Fino was released in 2004, and the album received numerous awards, such as Premio Lo Nuestro and a Latin Billboard, as well as receiving nominations for the Latin Grammy and MTV Video Music Awards.

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