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Already well established in the reggaetón underground, with roughly a decade of street-level experience under his belt, Daddy Yankee broke into the Latin mainstream big time with Barrio Fino. The first reggaetón album to reach number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart, Barrio Fino covers all the bases over the course of 21 tracks, from all-star collaborations ("No Me Dejes Solo," with Wisin & Yandel; "Tu Principe," Zion & Lennox; "Sabor a Melao," Andy Montañez) to English-language crossover ("Like You") to empowering political rap ("Corazones"). Daddy Yankee works chiefly with two production teams — Luny Tunes and the trio of Monserrate, Fido, and DJ Urba — though there are also contributions from Eliel, DJ Nelson, Echo & Diesel, and Nely. The Luny Tunes collaborations pay the most dividends, with "Gasolina" and "Lo Que Pasó, Pasó" standing tall as album highlights. Other highlights include "Dale Caliente," "No Me Dejes Solo," "Tu Principe," and "Que Vas a Hacer?" Actually, the first half of Barrio Fino is remarkably solid. Only toward the final quarter of the album sequence do the songs begin to grow tiresome. This is partly because Barrio Fino is so long — had a half-dozen songs been trimmed from the running length, it would be a non-stop highlight reel. Daddy Yankee deserves a lot of credit for the success of Barrio Fino, for his charisma, energy level, and command of the proceedings are well evident and often infectious. But also credit the producers — especially Luny Tunes, who turned this album into a showcase of their hitmaking prowess — and Glory, who sings several of the best hooks and serves as Daddy's sultry female counterpoint. Everyone plays his or her role on Barrio Fino, which, along with Don Omar's The Last Don (2003), is a milestone reggaetón release for its time. [The CD was also released with bonus tracks.]

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un monument d'album

23 tubes au rythme latino-reggaeton, j'a du l'écouter minimum 15 fois en entier et impossible de d'en lasser. A mon avis Daddy Yankee a conquis le trophée du meilleur rappeur latino, ou alors juste derrière don omar

Culte et authentique

Sûrement l'album le plus authentique de Daddy Yankee. Si l'on retiendra de Barrio Fino "Gasolina", le tube mondial ayant démocratisé le Reggaeton, il serait déconvenu de ne juger cet excellent album qu'à ce titre devenu très commercial. Barrio Fino est avant tout le tramplin de la carrière del Cangri. Chacun des titres de l'album permettent de révéler sa versatilité. Du Reggaeton Romantico de "Tu Principe" au Reggaeton Duro de "Dale Caliente" en passant par le violent engageent de "Corazones" et les influances de Salsa de "Sabor a Melao", tous les grand courants latinos se retrouvent en ce disque. On notera la particiation de pretigieux reggaetoneros tels que Wisin, Yandel, Zion, Lennox... Barrio Fino est un grand classique du Reggaeton, un passage obligé pour tous ses adeptes et le premier grand succès internationnal de l'un des pionniers et artistes majeurs du mouvement.
Pour moi l'un des meilleur albums Urban Latinos jamais paru


Né(e) : 3 février 1977 à San Juan, Puerto Rico

Genre : Urban latin

Années d’activité : '90s, '00s, '10s

Daddy Yankee did more than anyone to establish reggaeton as a marketable music style during the early 21st century. Yankee's success was so phenomenal in the wake of his 2004 mainstream breakthrough, Barrio Fino — and in particular the international hit single "Gasolina" — that he transcended cultural boundaries and genre trappings. He became more than just a reggaetonero, having transformed himself into an international name brand by the time his 2007 follow-up album, El Cartel: The...
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