Daddy Yankee premieres “DYK20”: When and where?

Daddy Yankee premieres "DY2K20": When and where?


Featured singer-songwriter Daddy Yankee presents the “DY2K20” digital experience.

One year after his greatest success, legendary street artist and global icon, Daddy Yankee, kicks off the Christmas season by bringing new experiences to fans around the world with the release of “DY2K20,” a digital version of his unforgettable 12 concerts all sold, “Con Calma Pal ‘Choli”.

“DY2K20”, which was the last concert series before the pandemic, will be available on YouTube and all digital music platforms with never-before-seen images. This special will be released in three parts, the first will be available this Friday, December 4 at 8:00 PM EST, while the second and third parts will be available on December 14 and 21, respectively.

“This year has been difficult for all of us and what better way to start the Christmas season, if not by remembering and celebrating the anniversary of one of my greatest achievements as an artist and I hope it fills you all with great joy,” Daddy Yankee assured through a press release.

Last year, “Con Calma Pal ‘Choli” became the only concert series to break records for being the highest grossing ever held in Puerto Rico, with more than 170,000 tickets sold in one month. Produced by the Puerto Rican concert promoter Rafael Pina, the show provided a unique experience to all its fans in Puerto Rico using the latest technology and taking them through a musical journey performing the biggest hits of its almost 30-year career. Yankee also had the participation of special guests during each of the shows, including artists such as Ozuna, Wisin & Yandel and Nicky Jam, among others.

Without a doubt, to achieve an unforgettable show like this, the artist had a work team made up of more than 80 people, including directors, producers, technicians, dancers, choreographers, among others.

Viewers or fans will be encouraged to donate what they can to Feeding America through the YouTube platform. Feeding America, the largest national organization fighting hunger, estimates that 50 million people in the United States could suffer from food shortages as a result of the pandemic this year. Daddy Yankee supports the organization and is a member of its Entertainment Council.

Daddy Yankee: The greatest representative of Spanish-speaking urban music

Daddy Yankee continues to be one of the leading influences in the music industry with over 11 million albums and over 50 million followers through social media. Named one of the most influential Hispanics in the world by CNN and Time Magazine, he has enjoyed a successful career that has taken him from 2013 to the present on a world tour of Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

From the beginning of his career to his current hit “Dura,” he has created songs that captivate audiences to become instant hits. With an impeccable track record of global hits over the past 20 years, the international music icon, whose top hits include “Gasolina,” “Shaky Shaky,” and “Despacito – Remix,” has surpassed 44,735,586 monthly listeners on Spotify. . Daddy Yankee has recorded more than 50 hits on the Billboard Charts and is the only Latin artist to rank four songs in Spanish in the Top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 Charts.

Named one of the most influential Hispanics in the world by CNN and Time Magazine, Yankee’s successful career has included the launch of several products under his brand, collaborations with various artists of different genres and for three consecutive years his world tour in Europe. , becoming the second best-selling in 2014 after the Rolling Stones.

Yankee’s philanthropic work through “Daddy ‘s House” has been recognized by Billboard with the Spirit of Hope Award. Among his many accomplishments, Yankee has also received more than 100 awards, including Latin Music Billboard Awards, Latin Grammys, American Music Awards, Latin American Music Awards, among others. In 2014, Daddy Yankee also received the ASCAP “Voice of Music Award”.

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