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Despacito’ Becomes The Most Streamed Song Of All Time

‘Despacito’ Becomes The Most Streamed Song Of All Time

Not only is “Despacito” the song of the summer, it just became the ultimate song of streaming.

The Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee song featuring Justin Bieber just made a huge history in music by becoming the most streamed song of all time

According to Universal Music Latin Entertainment, after just six months the song has notched 4.6 billion streams across all platforms. This also means Bieber has helped break his own record; “Despacito” replaces Bieber’s “Sorry”, which previously held the title.

“I don’t want to use the word accident because I was trying to write a hit, but I didn’t plan for it to cross over. I just wanted to make people dance,” Fonsi said about the surprise success of the song.

Fonsi also said the song is important right now because of the current political climate. The song has brought everyone together and that’s what matters.DreamHost

“I come from Puerto Rico and I live in Miami. We’re living in an interesting time right now when people want to divide us. They want to build walls. And for a song to bring people and cultures together, that’s what makes me proud,” he said.

Here are the other records the song broke: most views in 24 hours by a Spanish-language music video, the fastest Spanish-language video to earn 200 million views and the fastest music video ever to reach 2 billion views.

Now spending 26 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, the song is No.


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A Brief Story About Daddy Yankee

Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez (born February 3, 1977), known by his stage name Daddy Yankee, is a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, rapper, actor and record producer. Ayala was born in Río Piedras, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and was raised in the neighborhood of Villa Kennedy Housing Projects.[6] According to the New York Times, he is known as the “King of Reggaetón” by music critics and fans alike.[7][8]

Daddy Yankee

Daddy Yankee in 2006
Born Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez[1]
February 3, 1977 (age 40)[2]
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Singer songwriter rapper actor record producer
Years active 1991–present[2][3][4][5]
Notable work
Barrio Fino El Cartel: The Big Boss “Gasolina” “Rompe” “Limbo” “Despacito”
Spouse(s) Mireddys González (m. 1994)
Children 3
Latin Grammy Award Billboard Latin Music Award Latin American Music Award ASCAP Latin Music Award
Website daddyyankee.com
Musical career
Reggaeton hip hop Latin pop
Vocals drums piano
Dream Team Killer El Cartel Los Cangris Machete Universal Interscope Geffen A&M Capitol Latin
Associated acts
DJ Playero Nicky Jam Don Omar J Alvarez Wisin & Yandel Arcángel Farruko Luny Tunes Natalia Jiménez Prince Royce Luis Fonsi
Ayala aspired to be a professional baseball player, and tried out for the Seattle Mariners of the Major League Baseball.[6] Before he could be officially signed, he was hit by a stray round from an AK-47 rifle while taking a break from a studio recording session with reggaeton mix tape icon DJ Playero.[6] Ayala spent roughly one and a half years recovering from the wound; the bullet was never removed from his hip, and he credits the shooting incident with allowing him to focus entirely on a music career.[6] In 2004, Daddy Yankee released his internationally acclaimed single “Gasolina”, which is credited with introducing reggaeton to audiences worldwide, and making the music genre a global phenomenon.[9] Since then, he has sold over 18 million albums.[10] Daddy Yankee’s album Barrio Fino made history when it became the top-selling Latin music album of the decade between 2000–2009.[11][12]

Daddy Yankee has received various awards and nominations throughout his career. As of April 2017, he has won 82 awards from 270 nominations since his raise to international fame in 2004. He has won a Latin Grammy Award, 2 Billboard Music Awards, 14 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 2 Latin American Music Awards, 8 Lo Nuestro Awards, an MTV Video Music Award and 6 ASCAP Awards. He also received a Puerto Rican Walk of Fame Star and special awards by People en Español magazine and the Presencia Latina at Harvard University.