Daddy Yankee has decided to make his last tour around the world before retiring from the stage. To do so, he has launched a tour titled La Última Vuelta, full of emotions and important moments for the reggaeton idol to put an end to his musical career before dedicating himself to other projects.
It was through a video he posted on his Instagram page when the artist told his followers that he felt relaxed and partly also excited to start with the closing of his musical career.
His goal for the next six months that the tour will last is to make all those who come to his concerts and enjoy his music have a good time, but not for the last time. Even though the Latin artist will be leaving the stage, his hits will continue to be heard for a long time, and Daddy Yankee has been a reference in Latin music and especially in Reggaeton, so much so that he has marked two entire generations.
In spite of the sad news for many, the more than recognized King of the Latin rhythm leaves us one last success, his album Legendaddy, with which he has finished 32 years of musical composition. The work contains 19 songs with great collaborations and is already available on all music platforms.
Thus, the Puerto Rican who gave the hit of his life with Gasolina in 2004, says goodbye with a work in which he maintains his successful style, an album in which he wanted to be accompanied by other great figures of the moment of urban music, artists of which many of them were inspired in their careers by him. We are talking about figures such as Bad Bunny, Mike Towers, Rauw Alejandro and even Pitbull.
Legendaddy is the seventh studio work of his career, a work very meditated by the artist since in all the songs he tries to give a review of his career as a farewell. As with his tour, this is how Daddy Yankee marks the beginning of the end. The titles as well as the lyrics of the songs are a farewell and an ode to the king of Reggaeton that even if he leaves the throne he will still continue to sound and make people enjoy and have a good time. Which after all is what DY has always wanted to do with his songs.