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El Rey de Reggaeton: Our Favorite Tracks from Daddy Yankee

We’ve always loved Daddy Yankee’s style, but we especially love his most recent work. We realize that everybody might not agree with this list, as we’re mostly featuring his newer tracks, but we think we’ve compiled a well-rounded mix that every Daddy Yankee fan, whether a diehard or newbie, will love. 474 more words

Música Latina

Who was Eliminated? Who's Going to the Final Phase?: La Voz Kids 2015 - 5/10/2015

The Final phase is around the corner. Natalia Jimenez had difficulties choosing her final six but Pedro Fernandez had a hardest time but with the help of the audience he was able to choose his last contestant to join his team that will take him to the final battle. 236 more words


Nominations Revealed, See the List: Premios Juventud 2015

Univision announced this year’s Premios Juventud nominees.The show will take place on July 16, 2015.Click here to vote for your favorite artist, actor, or athlete. 711 more words


Top 10 Great Songs In Other Languages

1. Gasolina Daddy Yankee

2. Du Hast Rammstein

3. Ho Jayegi Balle Balle Daler Mehndi

4. Ne Me Quitte Pas Ute Lemper

5. Garigari Kun  31 more words


Backstage With Daddy Yankee at the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards

Mention the name Daddy Yankee to anyone in the Latin music industry and they’ll automatically think of the words legend, icon, or leader. Credited with making reggaeton a global phenomenon in 2004 with his hit “Gasolina,” the Puerto Rican superstar has more top 10s on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart than any other artist (30) and more No. 341 more words

Celebrity Interviews

Who was Eliminated?: 'La Voz Kids' 2015 - 5/3/2015

The second Battle Round on La Voz Kids, was extremely exciting, bringing the talented young voices face-to-face to compete to be one of six selected and continue to the Final phase. 349 more words


Who was Eliminated on 'La Voz Kids' 4-26-2015

The first day of The Battle Round, Pedro Fernandez, Natalia Jimenez and Daddy Yankee had to make the hard decision to eliminate a few young contestants from their teams. 391 more words