With much involvement from other artists in the eight album, could this really be Daddy Yankee's personal best?
Puerto Rican Reggaeton Daddy Yankee is up for a new release of album. Titled "El Cartel: The Big Boss", the album is his eight and most artists-packed.
Daddy Yankee said this record could be his best and can be very potential in the market. This came as the result of tying other artists to either produce or collaborate. To name a few, there are Akon, Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie and will.i.am of Black Eyed Peas and The Pussycat Dolls's Nicole Scherzinger.
Fergie will be featured in the first single "Impacto" that in the same time is produced by popular Canadian producer Scott Storch. Jim Jones and Nicole meanwhile, will do a collaboration with him in another songs.
With so many American hip-hop artists involved in the record, one big question erupts whether he will retain his Reggaeton image or moving forward to hip-hop. The answer to that question will be found out when the album is released on June 5 via El Cartel/Interscope.