Daddy Yankee, The ‘King Of Reggaeton’ Announces He Is Retiring 

  • After 32 years in the music industry, Daddy Yankee has announced his retirement as the “King of Reggaeton.”
  • The global phenomenon will release his first album in ten years and will embark on his last world tour.
  • His album Legendaddy is set to be released on March 24 at 8 p.m. ET. Tickets for La Última Vuelta World Tour will go on sale on March 25th with the tour starting on August 10th. 
  • Daddy Yankee has had six number one records including the wildly popular “Despacito” alongside Luis Fonsi and “Gasolina.” Legendaddy will celebrate Reggaeton. “I’m going to give you all the styles that have defined me, in one single album,” said Daddy Yankee.