The music video for the single featuring reggaeton star Daddy Yankee is currently the most viewed YouTube video of all time, with almost 3.8 billion views, while the song's remix with Justin Bieber tied the Billboard's Hot 100 record for most weeks at No.
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's original version of the track debuted in January, becoming a global hit that beckoned a remix with Justin Bieber in April ... that was already underway," he explains. "Reggaeton spurred big growth last year for Latin music.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, only one pop song really mattered: Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” remix featuring Justin Bieber ... potential audience as figures from the worlds of reggaeton, Dominican dembow, bachata, Latin trap and.
It remains telling that while the Bieber “remix” has been garnering most of the airplay in the U.S. and has given a serious boost to the song’s popularity, it is the original video featuring Fonsi and Daddy Yankee that has racked up 3 billion views.
Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee also lent his vocals to the ballad/hip-hop track. In July, the remix featuring Justin Bieber became the most streamed song in the world with more than 4.6 billion plays. Since "Despacito" crushed the charts, it tied Ender with.
The remix of the song that features Bieber ... from Panama and by American hip-hop. Reggaeton arose in Puerto Rico in 1991. Its most popular artistes currently include Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee from that country. The genre became prominent during the.
Puerto Rican singer-rapper duo Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's 'Despacito' is the first popular Spanish song in 20 years since the success of 'Macarena'. Everyone wanted to be a part of the reggaeton-pop song, be it as a remix (like Justin Bieber's.
Daddy Yankee, known for his hit song “Gasolina.” The song was released early January of 2017 by the two Puerto Rican artists, quickly becoming popular on Youtube and listeners before being re-released as a remix in April with Bieber. Alondra Garcia.
Daddy Yankee was already no slouch when it came to being a music icon, considering he’s a Reggaeton pioneer and all ... January but hit new heights when Justin Bieber joined in for a remix. Both versions are primarily sung in Spanish.
At the time of this writing, the “Despacito” remix has remained at the top of the charts for fifteen weeks. The catchy tune by Latin pop veteran Luis Fonsi, featuring reggaetón pioneer Daddy Yankee and pop star Justin Bieber, rapidly shot to number.