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Wisin & Yandel Include JLo on Upcoming Albumjlo


Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin and Yandel have included singer Jennifer Lopez in their upcoming album, their agent told EFE Tuesday. Paco Lopez said that the song that the three artists recorded is titled Follow The Leader and the music video will be filmed next week in the Mexican resort city of Acapulco.

He also said that the number includes South American rhythms and that "Wisin sings in the style of Yandel and Yandel in that of Wisin", referring to the more powerful tone of the former and the lighter vocal touch of the latter.

Wisin and Yandel's earlier album - Los vaqueros, el regreso - included "underground" rhythms on the songs Muevete, Callate and Perreame which they performed with the duo of Jowell and Randy, while on Sigan bailando they collaborated with rappers Tego Calderon and Franco El Gorila.

Juan Luis Morera Luna,Wisin, and Llandel Veguilla Malave Salazar, Yandel, have released eight albums since they burst onto the scene in 1998. Their laurels include a Grammy and two Latin Grammys.

Don Omar leads Billboard Latin Music finalists

Rapper and reggaeton star Don Omar leads the pack of finalists for the 2012 Billboard Latin Music Awards, Telemundo announced Tuesday. By AP Hispanic Affairs Writer
Rapper and reggaeton star Don Omar leads the pack of finalists for the 2012 Billboard Latin Music Awards, Telemundo announced Tuesday.

The Puerto Rican artist is named 16 times in 14 categories. He is named twice in two of the categories. Closely following is Miami's native son, rapper Pitbull. Prince Royce and the more seasoned Romeo Santos of the group Aventura, whose R&B-tinged bachata has captivated audiences, also made the top of the list.

Long established acts like Mexican export and world rock phenomenon Mana did well, competing in 11 categories. Shakira was named in 10 categories. Other finalists include Wisin y Yandel, Jennifer Lopez, Juanes, Daddy Yankee and Enrique Iglesias.

Katy Perry and Rihanna are both named for crossover artist of the year.

The annual show is presented by State Farm. Telemundo will air the program live April 26 from the BankUnited Center in the Miami suburb of Coral Gables. Winners are determined by sales and radio play. Daddy Yankee and Juanes are among the artists slated to perform.

The show caps off the Billboard Latin Music Conference, April 23 through 26, at the JW Marriot Marquis in Miami. The conference brings together top Latin music artists and industry players for panel discussions, music showcases and networking.


DON OMAR PREMIERES “THE CHOSEN:VIRTUAL DIVA” MUSIC VIDEO ON MYSPACE EPIC 10 MINUTE FILM FEATURES THE MUSIC VIDEOS FOR THE HIT SINGLE “VIRTUAL DIVA” AND “THE CHOSEN”, A SONG THAT CHRONICLES DON OMAR’S CREATION INTO IDON.

Miami, FL (March 9, 2009) – On Tuesday, March 17th, DON OMAR will premiere“The Chosen: Virtual Diva” music video, directed by Carlos R. Perez (Elastic People), showcases Don Omar’s transformation into a combination of man and machine. A mysterious scientist, portrayed by Argentinean supermodel Ingrid Grudke, performs a series of operations and experiments on the Latin music superstar with the purpose of enhancing his musical and human abilities through futuristic technology. During this process the experiment goes wrong and IDON is born. So begins the beings insatiable thirst for his Virtual Diva. A story of lust and revenge unlike anything seen before.

Don Omar’s “IDON” is the most anticipated album of 2009 and will be released in CD/Digital/Mobile formats on April 28. The album will introduce the world to an evolution of the Don Omar sound and the system upgrade of the music scene as a whole.



Latino Music Superstar Daddy Yankee Honored by Museo Alameda and City of San Antonio


Latino music superstar Daddy Yankee was honored as an 'Emissary of the Muses' during a visit to the Museo Alameda, the nation's largest Latino museum and first formal affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. The internationally acclaimed pop phenom received the award from the City of San Antonio during a private tour of the Museo, currently exhibiting 'Myth, Mortals and Immortality,' a show of rare pieces from the collection of billionaire Carlos Slim and the recently opened, 'The African Presence in Mexico,' curated by the National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago. Upon departing the Museo, Daddy Yankee and his entourage went on to visit wounded military troops at the Intrepid National Armed Forces Rehabilitation Center at Brooke Army Medical Center. SEE MORE


Reggaeton Superstars Prep New Tour Plans , Reggaeton superstars Wisin & Yandel will perform 31 dates in Mexico in 2009, Billboard.biz has learned. The tour, which kicks off in February, will include a stop in Mexico's venerable Auditorio Nacional, making Wisin & Yandel the first Latin urban act to play in the venue.

The Mexican trek will be part of Wisin & Yandel's tenth anniversary tour, which will also includes dates in the United States, Spain, Argentina, Colombia and Venezuela.

The duo's current "Los Extraterrrestres" tour wraps next month and includes a Jan. 30 date with 50 Cent in Caracas. SEE MORE








Ivy Queen to Write Autobiography, Our favorite reggaetonera, Ivy Queen, has decided it's time to tell the world about how she clawed her way to the top by writing her very own autobiography, titled Detrás del Glamour.

She tells MTV's Blogamole, "the book I want to write isn’t going to be about gossip or rumors, I want it to be about the sacrifices I have made in order to be able to claim this throne. I want the book to be motivational and about all of the things I’ve been through."

Besides documenting her rise to the top of the reggaeton scene, and becoming the only woman who has managed to do so, Ivy opens up about body image and learning to be confident with her looks. "Obviously people see me as beautiful now, but when I started in music I looked like a little boy, and I hung out with all the other boys." SEE MORE





Daddy Yankee Focuses "Talento" On Movies, Daddy Yankee was the first reggaeton star to successfully bring his music into the U.S. mainstream. Now, with his new movie "Talento De Barrio," he wants to be the first reggaeton star to be a success on the big screen.

"I'm very excited about this project because a lot of people have done this before in the Anglo market, but I'm opening doors in the Latino market," the singer/rapper, whose real name is Ramon Ayala, told CBSNews.com. SEE MORE


Singer turning to God, Puerto Rican reggaeton star Hector "El Father" Delgado said Wednesday he will give up his role as a rapper known for lyrics about violence and womanizing to devote his life to God. At a news conference in San Juan he said he will preach positive messages to youngsters once he has completed a tour for his latest CD. "My way now is to serve Christ in spirit and truth," he said. Delgado was one of the pioneers of reggaeton, a mix of tropical rhythms, reggae, hip-hop and rap.



Ángel and Khriz reach new level of successEverything is a question of challenges. That is why two friends decided to take an adventure and record a reggaetón track, but just a few knew that this one would immerse them into the music world at a professional level.

This is the story of Ángel and Khriz, who have had success with their most recent album Showtime and their hits, “Carita de Ángel” and “La Vecina.”

“In this record we are more focused in musical tastes from the world. We are experiencing many music styles that maybe we did not dare to work in before,” Khriz commented about the album.

“We have been working hard to release this album at high altitudes for the much awaited and patient fans,” commented Ángel.

MIAMI (Billboard) - During the past year, many voices predicted the imminent demise of reggaeton, claiming that the genre was stuck in a lyrical and musical rut.

Judging from Billboard's year-end Latin charts, reports of reggaeton's death have been greatly exaggerated.
Reggaeton, a mix of dancehall, rap, tropical music and a distinctive bass-heavy beat, dominated the Latin charts in 2006, with titles in the genre occupying four of the top five slots of the year-end Top Latin Albums recap. The resilient format remains a hit with the younger Latin audience.

Daddy Yankee leads the charge. For the second year in a row, he is Latin music's top-selling artist of the year, thanks this time to his live set "Barrio Fino: En Directo."READ MORE


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