This reissue brings to the party two additional tracks, previously popular as singles. "Crazy People" features Pitbull's Dominican protégé Sensato, whose oddball comic rapping to an electro-reggaeton mix recalls early Calle 13. "Echa Pa'lla (Manos Pa'rriba)" showcases the family-friendly Pitbull with the kind of soaring rhythms you might expect from tropipop hero Juan Luis Guerra, and it was the theme song for 2012's Miss USA Teen pageant. ¿Y qué? Pitbull's got every corner of the dance floor covered with this album, a ballsy Latino celebration para todos los públicos.
La Familia is the third studio album by Colombian singer-songwriter J Balvin, released on October 29, 2013 by Capitol Latin. The album is currently nominated for Best Urban Music Album and the single 6 AM for Best Urban Performance and Best Urban Song at the 15th Latin Grammy Awards.
Prestige is the sixth studio album and eleventh overall by Puerto Rican reggaeton singer-songwriter Daddy Yankee. It was released through El Cartel Records and Sony Music on September 11, 2012. The album currently has three singles, the lead "Ven Conmigo" was released on April 12, 2011. The second single "Lovumba" was released on October 4, 2011. The third single "Pasarela" was released on July 10, 2012. It was nominated for Urban Album of the Year at the Lo Nuestro Awards of 2013.
Don Omar continues to lead the evolution of Latin dance music with Meet the Orphans 2: New Generation. Like the first MTO, which included the international phenomenon "Danza Kuduro," this album features tracks by Omar along with chart-friendly songs by several protégés, like Syko, whose "Flor de Campo" has the urban tropical dance-pop sound that's been Don Omar's formula for success. Omar lays it down himself on the opening track, "Hasta Que Salga El Sol," which, like the rest of MTO2, inspires spontaneous body movement. Similarly, the self-explanatory "Zumba" is tailor-made for that Latin athletic workout. Omar also brings Puerto Rican barrio flavor to a Spanish version of "Dutty Love," with Natti Natasha, a highlight here. It's another leap forward for the Don: The music is synthetic and explosive, yet still connected to the streets that made him the King of Reggaeton.
Armando was the first Spanish-language studio album by Armando Cristian Pérez, better known as Pitbull. Released in 2010, when he was on the cusp of the international superstardom subsequently achieved by 2011's presciently titled Planet Pit, Armando gave us the fabulously dirty hit "Bon, Bon," which samples "We No Speak Americano;" a techno version of "Guantanamera" in tribute to Celia Cruz and the Latin dance pop hit "Tu Cuerpo," sung with Cuban American telenovela star Jencarlos Canela.
El Príncipe is the debut album by Puerto Rican reggaeton and Hip-Hop artist Cosculluela. It was released on December 1, 2009 by White Lion Records and Rottweilas Inc. The album features collaborations with Ivy Queen, De La Ghetto, Jowell & Randy, Zion & Lennox, Jomar, Kendo and O'Neill. It debuted at number 3 on the Top Latin Albums chart and #185 on the Billboard Top 200.
El Regreso del Sobreviviente is the second studio album, by Puerto Rican reggaeton artist Wisin, of the duo Wisin & Yandel. It was released on March 18, 2014. The single released from the album was "Que Viva La Vida" on September 22, 2013. "Adrenalina" was the second single released for the album on February 25, 2014. "Control" was released as the third single from the album on October 6, 2014. "Claro" was released as a promotion single on January 24, 2014.
After parlaying his way from southern rapper to Latin music superstar with his last album Planet Pit, Pitbull, "Mr. Worldwide," seals his bid for international success as a dance pop crowd pleaser on Global Warming. To hear the man with the foulest and funniest Spanglish mouth on stage singing about "beautiful rainbows all around us" with Chris Brown ("Hope We Meet Again"), teaming with Christina Aguilera for a track that lifts from A-ha's "Take on Me" ("Feel This Moment") or opening the album with a riff from "Macarena" could turn some fans off, but Pit is aware. "If you get it that's cool, it's all about the billions, welcome to the new school," he raps on the title track. As sucio as ever, and doing bilingual like no other artist can, Pitbull delivers pure dance floor candy with the kind of songs you can't stop singing, whether you like it or not. "I'm off that but I love that," he chants, claiming his own right to choose with a phrase that will no doubt be repeated in clubs around the world. Emblematic of Pitbull's new bag is "Don't Stop the Party," which name checks tour stops like Stockholm, Morocco and Helsinki and asks, "Who's got the keys to the world now?"