Monday, January 30, 2023

Daddy Yankee appreciates the gifts from the neighborhood

MEXICO CITY ( Associated Press) – Daddy Yankee doesn’t hide his humble origins, he elevates them. At the first concert of his farewell tour at the Foro Sol in Mexico City, the Puerto Rican urban musician recommended “The Gift of the Neighborhood” to follow.

“The neighborhood gives you confidence, security, inspiration and courage, and we are not afraid of everything that comes our way,” he said in front of 65,000 concert-goers on Tuesday night.

Daddy Yankee recalls his origins in music when he was a teenager with only a DJ and a microphone to create his rhymes on stage.

“If you are a student, you are a businessman, you are an athlete, you are a musician and you are in fight, you are witnessing a real life testimony, a little boy who started from 0.00 in poverty,” he Told. “If you’re here tonight looking at me and you’re at war and you’re at war, listen to me, you can make your dreams come true tomorrow.”

Ever since Daddy Yankee announced in March that “La Ultima Vuelta” would be his farewell tour, fans rushed to buy tickets. The star will have four more concerts at Foro Sol. They had previously performed in Mexico in the ports of Rosarito, Veracruz and Cancun, as well as in Monterrey and Guadalajara. Their tour, which took them from coast to coast in the United States as well as other countries including Chile, Argentina, Ecuador and Colombia, has had one of the most lucrative years worldwide, according to data obtained from the special Publication Pollstar…

“I’d love to find the right words, but I’m having a roller coaster of emotions,” he said to a huge ovation that lasted several minutes.

He said, “I would like to thank all those people who have watched my career from my childhood till today.” “That you’ve made me part of your family in your homes is the most beautiful gift I can take with me at the end of my career,” he said before performing his hit “Despacito”, which he originally recorded. Originally sang with Louis. Fonsi.

Daddy Yankee also took off with other remixes and collaborations, such as “Soltera Remix” with Lunay and Bad Bunny, “Sal y Peria Remix” with Sech and J Balvin, “Meyer Que Yo” with Wisin and Yandel, Baby Rank and Tony Tun Tune, as well as “La Santa” with Bad Bunny.

“Break”, “What Happened”, “What Do I Do?”, “Tough”, “Champion”, “Problem”, “Rumbleton”, “She Lifted Me Up”, “Shaky Shaky”, “Lamado Emergency” and “Limbo”, the video of which he recalled he recorded in Mexico, were other songs he performed the night.

Daddy Yankee ended his concert with a fireworks display and his 2004 worldwide hit “Gasolina”.

“This song changed the game forever, this song went viral without social networks, this song was the one that made reggaeton global, that broke boundaries,” he said before explaining the famous song.

Daddy Yankee, whose real name is Ramon Luis Ayala Rodríguez, was born on February 3, 1976 in San Juan. He has sold nearly 30 million albums and has been honored with four Latin Grammy and Billboard Hall of Fame awards, as well as over 30 Billboard Latin Music Awards.

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