Monday Nov 25
Daddy Yankee Must Pay $6 Million for Flaking on Promoter
Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee was ordered to pay $6 million to an Argentine promoter in connection with the Puerto Rican singer's aborted 2010 tour of the South American nation, attorney Edwin Prado said Monday.
Daddy Yankee Loses Lawsuit Over Cancelled Tour
Latin rapper Daddy Yankee has been ordered to hand over $6 million to a concert promoter after pulling out of a major tour in Argentina.
Inside Daddy Yankee's Digital-Only 'King'...
When reggaeton trailblazer Daddy Yankee releases an album, it usually debuts at No.
Puerto Rico to Induct Cheo Feliciano, Daddy Yankee into Music Hall of Fame
Salsa and bolero composer and singer Cheo Feliciano, reggaeton artist Daddy Yankee , singer-songwriter Ednita Nazario and alto saxophone player Eddie "La Bala" Perez, who died in August, are some of the artists who will be inducted next year into Puerto Rico's Music Hall of Fame, organizers said.
Daddy Yankee's New Album Takes Reggaeton Back to Its Roots
Urban artist Daddy Yankee took part in a panel with members of the Grammy community, with whom he shared his experiences in the music industry and offered a glimpse of his return to pure reggaeton with his new disc "El Imperio Nazza: King Daddy Edition."