The Puerto Rican singer Daddy Yankee released the song “Donante de Sangre” on Good Friday night to pay tribute to Jesus Christ, after his announcement in December that he would dedicate his life to Christ.

In this song, Yankee highlights the importance of values ​​such as faith, humility and gratitude, above ego, fame and money.

Raymond Ayala, the artist’s first name, announced in December in Puerto Rico, upon completing his fifth concert La Meta, with which he ended his artistic career, that a story was ending and he was going to “begin a new story, a new beginning.” , that of living your life for Christ.

In this way, Daddy Yankee joins Héctor “El Father”, Farruko, Voltio, Gocho, Jomar “El Caballo Negro”, Larry Over and El Sica among the several urban artists who have decided to leave music and follow the Gospel.

Yankee started his musical career in the early 1990s on the album Playero 34, by music producer DJ Playero, and where for the first time the performer mentioned the word reggaeton or reggaeton.

Due to the talent that DJ Playero saw in the young promise, he decided to place him in his following productions, which catapulted him in Puerto Rico, although he achieved international stardom in 2004 with the song “Gasolina.”

His latest album, Legendaddy, which surpassed 600 million views in less than a month, featured collaborations with artists such as Bad Bunny, Rauw Alejandro, Pitbull, Natti Natasha and Becky G.


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