After 32 full years of career, with many achievements, successes, thousands of clicks from his hits and many awards, Daddy Yankee has announced that he is retiring from the music industry. The news was shared by the reggaeton singer himself, a news that is not at all liked by his fans.
In his statement he said: “This race, which has been a marathon, finally sees the finish line. Now I’ll enjoy what you all have given me. People say I did it. genre all over the world, but it was you who gave me the key to open the doors and make it the biggest in the world ”.
Daddy Yankee also announced that he will say goodbye to his fans with a recent tour and album, “Legendaddy”, which will be released on March 24. Meanwhile his world tour “La Última Vuelta” will start on August 10 in Portland, Oregon and will last until December, ending with another date in Mexico City.
In his career, Daddy Yankee has sold more than 30 million records and is best known for his hit “Gasolina” released in 2004 and in 2017, Yankee collaborated with Luis Fonsi bringing the next hit “Despacito”. a record song that was listed at the top of Billboard’s Hot 100 for a full 16 weeks. Despacito is also the second most streamed video of all time on YouTube