December 17, 2022

Daddy Yankee farewell at the AT&T Center


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Puerto Rican reggaeton rapper visits San Antonio one last time.

What a great way to finish our 2022 dear friends! For all music lovers, it was amazing to see how things came back to normal after Covid-19 shook the world and literally killed the music industry for SO long. But, like we just said, fortunately things are back to normal and last night Daddy Yankee assured the party is back on stage!

The Puerto Rican singer performed in front of a full AT&T Center were thousands of fans sang and dance the second his plane landed on stage… you don’t believe us? See the photo below!

Daddy Yankee - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza


Joined by 16 dancers and using the technology of a huge LED Display ROE Visual Vanish V8T LED panel with a size of 170-foot-wide canvas as the main stage, Daddy Yankee started the show with a stunning 3D image of a real scale-sized plane descending and landing on stage and had the artist come out of it onto the wing with dancers to start with song “Campeón“, followed by “Remix” and “Probléma“. A series of incredible images were shown on the big panel while the also know as “The King Of Reggaeton” was jumping and dancing from one side to another while the crowd was frantic while the 2 hours show continued nonstop.

Daddy Yankee - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza


Daddy Yankee is considered the pioneer and “Big Boss” of Reggaeton Music, selling over 20 million records worldwide. But, it is hard not to get all these different alias when songs such as “Rompe”, “Lo Que Pasó, Pasó”, “Con Calma”, “Pero Ella Me Levantó” and “Soltera” have been in every party, radio station and clubs around the world!

Daddy Yankee, in collaboration with Latin pop singer Luis Fonsi released the hit single “Despacito”. It became the first Spanish-language song to hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 since 1996. And during his very successful career he has achieved so many awards with his great songs.


And of course, the show couldn’t finish in any other way but with this song that changed the reggaeton music industry and helped to position reggaeton style around the globe, “Gasolina“. Released in 2004 and positioned by Rolling Stone magazine in number 50 of their 500 best songs of all times list, this song was definitely the cherry on the cake to finish the show and for Daddy Yankee to thank everybody and to say goodbye to the stages.

“Thanks a lot San Antonio, I love you with my life, I’m leaving, but my music will stay in your hearts!” the singer said and left the stage.

Daddy Yankee - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza

We cannot thank enough the AT&T Center team for their continued support and to make sure we get all the help to bring you our coverage of such incredible show!

THS Team

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