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Don Omar

Don Omar became one of reggaeton's first international superstars, thanks to his early-2000s work with Luny Tunes but even more so thanks to "Reggaeton Latino," his 2005 anthem that became one of the style's first genuine crossover hits. Born William Omar Landrón on February 10, 1978, in Villa Palmeras, Puerto Rico, Omar involved himself in the church at a young age. He became a preacher, in fact, and it was in this role that he began honing his performance ability as well as his deep insight into the human soul. He eventually left the church (a matter later addressed in his song "Aunque Te Fuiste") and channeled his talents toward music. It wasn't that far of a stretch from his days in the church, and Omar quickly took to the burgeoning reggaeton movement then sweeping through Puerto Rico. His big break came courtesy of Héctor el Bambino (aka Héctor el Father) of the popular duo Héctor & Tito. Initially Omar produced and wrote songs for the duo, but it wasn't long before he was given the opportunity to collaborate with them vocally, as featured on the song "A la Reconquista." His solo career took off around this same time, with one of his first hits being "Desde Que Llego" in 2002. He made his album debut the following year on the VI Music label.

His album debut, The Last Don (2003), was a landmark for the reggaeton movement, which was then just beginning to make inroads into the lucrative stateside market. The album featured extensive production work by Luny Tunes and Eliel, who would quickly become the style's go-to hitmakers, the former in particular, and it spawned a few hit records, including "Intocable" and "Dile." Beyond this album, Omar was scoring further hits with Luny Tunes on their mixtape CDs, most notably "Entre Tú y Yo" from Mas Flow and "Dale Don Dale" from La Trayectoria. His biggest hit came on the Chosen Few compilation, though. That hit, "Reggaeton Latino," was the perfect anthem -- an empowering rallying call of Latino pride, arriving just as reggaeton was spreading like wildfire throughout the coastal urban centers of the United States in summer 2005. The song was so popular in the U.S. that a remix was quickly issued to further the crossover possibilities. This bilingual remix featured well-known Latino rappers N.O.R.E. and Fat Joe, and it was only the second reggaeton song to get MTV airplay in the States, not to mention the crossover radio airplay it received. The success of "Reggaeton Latino" affirmed Omar's status alongside Daddy Yankee and Tego Calderón as one of reggaeton's true leaders, and of them, he was clearly the revolutionary: a man of passion with a voice that sought to uplift his people to brighter days, not unlike what he had sought to do in his previous profession as a preacher, except now with an emphasis on the secular rather than nonsecular, and with a much, much larger following.

Following a live album (The Last Don: Live, 2004) and best-of/remix compilation (Da Hit Man Presents Reggaeton Latino, 2005), Omar released his second proper album, King of Kings (2006). It easily debuted atop the Latin album chart; more notably, though, it reached number eight on the Billboard 200 overall album chart, the first reggaeton album ever to break the Top Ten. Then in the wake of the album's big debut and the popularity of lead single "Angelito," which was a number one hit, Omar released a couple mixtapes -- Los Bandoleros Reloaded (2006) and El Pentagono (2007) -- which featured further hits such as "No Se de Ella (My Space)." The futuristic concept album iDon arrived in 2009 with the protégé showcase Don Omar Presents Meet The Orphans following in 2011. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi
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This is new York The baby boy the kids and I don't know if you are not know but I am so I can be able to see you in your Lie's I know alot
Love the beats and rhythm of this song ✌️✌️
Hola
I love. You

dont read this because it actually works. You will
get kissed on the nearest possible friday by the
love of your life. tommorrow will be the best day of
your life. however if you do not post this comment
to at least 3 songs you will die in 2 days. now
youve started reading this so dont stop. this is so
scary put this on at least 5 songs in at least 143
minutes when if done press f6 and your lovers
name will appear on the screen in big letters this is
scary cuz it actually work
Don omar es mi papa nosetros vivimos en una bonita buscen me en goggle pongan el higo de mi padre
Even though this is older I love it!
Until the sun comes out
HE MAY NOT BE MEXICAN FROM MEXICO, BUT PUERTO RICO IS LATIN BASED THAT IS WHY THE LANGUAGE AND FOOD IS VERY SIMILAR...MS TEMPLE
DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE MUSIC THAT IS CLEARLY IN A FORM OF SPANISH???
He's not Mexican, he is from Puerto Rico so if you are trying to imply he is Mexican, you are wrong.
I'm proud to be Mexican and he makes good music
I'm proud to be Mexican and he makes good music
Muy linda
Hot!
Tengo Hambre
andreatrujil l o 0 6
I love you
andreatrujil l o 0 6
Oh yaaa
l like you song pobre diabla
Your lover will kiss u in two days post this on five songs or u will die in two days
..l..
I love you don omar...^_^
Say iphone 5 times pick a color look under your pillow
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❤️❤️❤️
I have a cousin name Omar ❤️
I'm dating a guy from Puerto Rico, he's good looking but u top them all Papi Chulo! Como un dia quisiera conocerte! Es mi deseó mas grande que tengo yo! U have a bad boy look and dat's wut I love about u! I hope dat doesn't bother u! And I also love ur Ink it's awesome! ! ! !
Old school music is the best !
Better then the music now
soy tu fan numero 2
Soy tu fan numero 1
i love your music and i love u!!!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ; )
El mejor cantante de musica reggaetón,no hay nadie mejor q el��
erika 1dos locos viviend una aventura castigada por dios
un laberito sin salida donnde el
medo se cnvierte en amor
somos su marido ella y yo
Rsshg
Ddhffhx
Love it
Hello i like music
Even though idk know what he say most of the time his music is the best I always listen to his music
Don Dios es master.....A m alive rule of PI
Don Omar has very good songs :) :)
I love you..
I'm a proud Latino (: and i love reggeton it's in my blood (:
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kgreen9222
love ur music
You love
DON OMAR REALLY GOOD MUSIC
WISIN Y YANDEL ;)
Grande latinoaméric a ! ! !
Hey
This is my s**t
love this song
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