El Cangri.com is Daddy Yankee's 2nd studio album, released in 2002. Featuring the single "Latigazo," this was the album that introduced his music to American fans. Its success landed DY a well-deserved spot on the US Top Latin Albums chart (#43).
Click to watch Latigazo live
With his 3rd studio album, Barrio Fino, Daddy Yankee blazed a trail for Latin musicians to come. Barrio introduced reggaeton into the mainstream market, catapulting Yankee from the streets of Puerto Rico to being a platinum-certified worldwide sensation with the best selling Latin album of the 2000s.
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Following the phenomenon that was Barrio Fino, Los Homerun - Es De Daddy Yankee Vol 2 gave us the massive hit "Segurosqui," featuring Don Omar. The album also included 4 more new studio tracks and re-recorded mixtape tracks.
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As if Yankee hadn't already made enough of a mark on Latin music, his 4th studio album, El Cartel: The Big Boss, became his first top ten album. Singles "Impacto" and "Ella Me Levantó" reached #2 on the US Hot Latin Songs chart and the album was certified triple platinum, further solidifying DY's place in Latin music history.
Click to watch Impacto and Impacto Remix ft. Fergie
The aptly-named Mundial introduced Daddy Yankee's worldwide following to bangers like "Descontrol" and "La Despedida", among others. At the time of this writing, the music videos for those two singles alone had more than 150 million views on YouTube. Talk about worldwide influence.
Click to watch La Despedida,
the behind the scenes of Despedida,
and the Descontrol Music Video