17 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The only thing better than Daddy Yankee’s genre-defining 2004 album Barrio Fino is this subsequent live set, chronicling his first major tour. Whether spitting defiant raps (“Santifica Tus Escapularios”) or romancing the ladies over a seductive Dem Bow riddim (“Tu Príncipe”), El Cangri commands the crowd like a veteran, all while building anticipation for the game-changing “Gasolina.” Several new tracks, including the aggressively percussive “Rompe” and the Snoop Dogg-assisted “Gangsta Zone,” curb fans’ appetites for fresh music in between studio albums.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The only thing better than Daddy Yankee’s genre-defining 2004 album Barrio Fino is this subsequent live set, chronicling his first major tour. Whether spitting defiant raps (“Santifica Tus Escapularios”) or romancing the ladies over a seductive Dem Bow riddim (“Tu Príncipe”), El Cangri commands the crowd like a veteran, all while building anticipation for the game-changing “Gasolina.” Several new tracks, including the aggressively percussive “Rompe” and the Snoop Dogg-assisted “Gangsta Zone,” curb fans’ appetites for fresh music in between studio albums.

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