When Akon first jumped on the scene, back in 2004, he let it be known that he produced world music. Three years later you can officially add Reggaetón to the list of genre’s Akon has mastered; the beneficiary being Reggaetón superstar, Daddy Yankee. On the highly impulsive, Bring It On, Akon showers the chorus with his famous harmony and The Boss spits flames as if a bottle of Cuervo was spilled over an open fire. The cut can be found on Daddy Yankee’s new album, El Cartel: The Big Boss, which is set for release this June.
Written by DJ Z on 05/29/07
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Impacto (Remix) ft. Fergie" (2007)
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