Known in the reggaeton music scene as Daddy Yankee, "El Cangri" and
King of Improvization, Raymond Ayala was born on 3 Febuary, 1977 in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico.
Singing since his early teens, Ayala takes up social issues much
as most rappers and reggaeton artists do; making reggaeton a true representation of the youth that are the primary market
for this fast growing genre.
Ayala's professional career began by singing with well known DJ,
Playero and became well known in Puerto Rico. He recorded the song "Posición" with Alberto Style in 1998, which appeared in
the soundtrack of the movie, One Tough Cop. Another of his songs appeared on the Piece Maker album produced by Tony Touch
Ayala's first album, El Cartel which reached Platinum record status,
was followed by volume 2, El Cartel II which was released in 2001 and also reached Platinum in sales. These immediately established
him in the crowded and confusing field of reggaeton artists.
Since then, Daddy Yankee released El Cangri.com which was well received
in 2002, featured a duet with Lito: "El Gran Robo".
Ayala earned the title of "King of Improvization" by winning the
Street Jam Regaae Award for five years in a row. His most recent album: Homerun: Es Vol. 1 was released in 2003, and this
song,"Cojela Que Va Sin Jockey) was released in the "Más Flow" album by Luny Tunes and Noriega.Then In The 2004 The King Return
Wit His New Production titled "Barrio Fino" His Best Production Ever.And Now His On The Studios Recordion His Next Album.
"MAKE SURE YOU GET IT!"