There is no doubt that Daddy Yankee He is one of the greatest pioneers of reggaeton. He is known as the king of the genre, since he was one of the first to bet on it and take his songs to other territories at a time when only some places in Latin America accepted it.
A few months ago, the artist announced his retirement and the news did not take long to revolutionize urban music lovers. What were we going to do without Daddy Yankee music? And his discography has marked generations who still continue to listen to it at every party.
Well then. Now all these followers of the Puerto Rican are preparing for his last show, which will take place, as it could not be otherwise, in his homeland. The series of concerts that will be offered at the Puerto Rico Coliseum from November 30 to December 3 It is called La Meta, and the latter will be broadcast live for all those international fans who cannot enjoy the show live. In Spain it will be on December 4 at 2:30 am.
To be able to virtually attend the Daddy Yankee concert, you must purchase a ticket. Its cost is €18.27 + expenses and, in addition to giving access to the event, anyone who purchases their ticket will be able to see it again during the next 48 hours. Tickets can be purchased through this link.
“My people! 🎉🔥 By popular demand, I will be live streaming the last concert of my farewell series, ‘La Meta’, directly from my beautiful homeland, Puerto Rico!😍 Visit the website lameta.daddyyankee. com for an unforgettable night! ✨🎶💃 Check my biography for more details!”, says the artist on his Instagram account.
“As he prepares to leave the stage, the Puerto Rican superstar will put on an electrifying show that pays tribute to his roots and his devoted group of fans,” his team says on the website.
Daddy Yankee is the creator of hits like Gasoline, The Farewell, Limbo and Hard, among others. He took his first steps in the industry in the early 90s with DJ Playero, with whom he worked as a guest on his records. Nowadays, Daddy is a world leader who leaves an indelible legacy. Long live your music!