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“Gasolina” is #1 on the list of 100 best reggaeton songs of all time. Read the article here. Yankee continues with his “La Última Vuelta” farewell tour that will take him to more cities in the United States and Latin America.Miami, FL. (September 19, 2022) – The global icon of Latin music, Daddy Yankee, graces the cover of Rolling Stone this month. For the first time in his career and to pay homage to the legacy he leaves behind, Yankee took over the cover of one of the most prestigious magazines in music, Rolling Stone. This month’s edition features an exclusive interview with Yankee that took place between Las Vegas, NV, and Canada, with the cover shoot taking place in San Jose, California, as he continues on his farewell tour “La Última Vuelta World Tour”. Last month, Rolling Stone named Yankee’s global hit “Gasolina” as #1 on the chart of the “100 Greatest Reggaeton Songs of All Time”. Without a doubt, this track changed the urban genre forever and it took the sound reggaeton to every corner of the world without the use of social media or digital platforms. Yankee is currently on his farewell tour “La Última Vuelta” and has already performed 34 SOLD OUT shows to date. He embarked on “La Última Vuelta” on July 25 in Denver, Colorado, and in a few days he will begin the Latin American leg of his tour starting in Santa Cruz, Bolivia on September 24. Promoted by Cardenas Marketing Network and Raphy Pina, MR Sold Out, the five-month tour includes performances at the most prestigious venues across North and Latin America culminating in his native country of Puerto Rico with three shows on January 6, 7, 8 in 2023. Tickets are on sale HERE(United States). “La Última World Tour” tour dates: Sep 20 – New York, NYSep 24 – Santa Cruz, BoliviaSep 27 – Santiago, ChileSep 28 – Santiago, ChileSep 29 – Santiago, ChileOct 1 – Buenos Aires, ArgentinaOct 2 – Buenos Aires, ArgentinaOct 4 – Guayaquil, EcuadorOct 5 – Quito, EcuadorOct 7 – Cali, ColombiaOct 8 – Bogotá, ColombiaOct 9 – Bogotá, ColombiaOct 12 – Bogotá, ColombiaOct 14 – Medellín, ColombiaOct 15 – Medellín, ColombiaOct 16 – Medellín, ColombiaOct 18 – Lima, PerúOct 19 – Lima, PerúOct 22 – San José, Costa RicaOct 23 – San José, Costa RicaOct 27 – Cancún, MéxicoOct 29 – Veracruz, MéxicoNov 2 – Guatemala CityNov 3 – Guatemala CityNov 5 – San Salvador, SVNov 8 – San Pedro Sula, HondurasNov 10 – Tegucigalpa, HondurasNov 12 – Santo Domingo, República DominicanaNov 19 – Panama CityNov 21 – Tijuana, MéxicoNov 23 – Monterrey, MéxicoNov 24 – Monterrey, MéxicoNov 26 – Guadalajara, MéxicoNov 27 – Guadalajara, MéxicoNov 29 – Mexico CityNov 30 – Mexico CityDec 2 – Mexico CityDec 3 – Mexico CityDec 4 – Mexico CityDec 6 – Charlotte, North CarolinaDec 8 – Newark, New JerseyDec 9 – Belmont Park, New JerseyDec 10 – Reading, PennsylvaniaDec 12 – Chicago, ILDec 13 – Chicago, ILDec 15 – Austin, TXDec 16 – San Antonio, TXDec 18 – Orlando, FLDec 19- Orlando, FLDec 21 – Miami, FLDec 22 – Miami, FLJan 6 – San Juan, Puerto RicoJan 7 – San Juan, Puerto RicoJan 8 – San Juan, Puerto Rico
About Daddy YankeeAs a culture creator, game changer, agent of change, and groundbreaker, Daddy Yankee has consistently inspired, impacted, and influenced generations of creators. An indisputable icon, he remains one of the most influential artists of all time, bringing reggaeton worldwide for the first time. Latin music and culture would not look, sound, or feel the same without him. It’s hard to even imagine the genre itself without “Gasolina,” “Despacito” [with Luis Fonsi], or “Con Calma” [with Snow], and more.Since 1995, he has consistently conquered charts, toppled records, and made history on his own terms. The magnitude of his accolades proves nearly impossible to match or exceed. Living up to the title of “King of Reggaeton,” he has moved north of 30 million records as “one of the best-selling Latin music artists of all-time.” Out of hundreds of awards, he has scored five Latin GRAMMY® Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, 14 Billboard Latin Music Awards, two Latin American Music Awards (including the Icon Award), eight Lo Nuestro Awards, an MTV VMA, and six ASCAP Awards in addition to earning a spot on the Puerto Rican Walk of Fame and the “Presencia Latina” at Harvard University. He also stands out as “the only Latin Artist with four Spanish-language entries on the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100.” He received “Songwriter of the Year” three times at the 2021 ASCAP Latin Music Awards and distinguished himself as “the first urban Latino artist to enter the Billboard Hall of Fame.Most importantly, he runs and leads his charity “Daddy’s House,” which Billboard commended with the Spirit of Hope Award.After changing the face of Latin music forever, he leaves on the highest note possible in 2022 with his twelfth full-length offering and final album, LEGENDADDY, brought to life with his farewell tour, LA ÚLTIMA VUELTA (The Last Round). The album combines the essence of Reggaeton with salsa, dancehall, rap, trap bachata, EDM, and Caribbean music like never before.
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