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  • Audio CD (May 23, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Machete Music
  • ASIN: B000FBFTSC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,368 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Having sold over 1 million copies of his first 2 albums, The Last Don and The Last Don Live, Don Omar's reggaeton's King Of Kings will release his much anticipated second studio album The King Of Kings as only he can. The King of Kings is Reggaeton with style elements from Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Hip Hop and ballads. There are just some of the hits that Don Omar has presented as part of his production The King Of Kings. Don Omar has created a musical empire for his fans; the same fans that crowned him King Of Kings.

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The self-aggrandizing title and cover art may indicate otherwise, but Don Omar's King of Kings isn't your average reggaeton mash-up. Most genre stars (Daddy Yankee, Voltio, Wisin & Yandel) diffuse their heady personas with weak vocals, insipid lyrics, and repetitive arrangements. Omar, however, is an entirely different animal. King of Kings is a dark, adventurous journey through reggaeton, supplemented by surprising rhythms and a careful selection of collaborators. Hip-hop violinist Miri Ben-Ari adds urban elegance to "Intro-Predica," and Juelz Santana brings a genuine grit to "Conteo." King of Kings also finds Omar experimenting with creative variations on the reggaeton sound. "Ojitos Chiquitos" benefits from a moody Middle Eastern vibe, and "Cuentale" soars via a start-stop salsa hybrid. Omar slows things down during "Tu No Sabes," a piano-driven tale of heartbreak; and "Candela" incorporates reggaeton beats into a searing rock arrangement. Omar's former life as a preacher has obviously influenced his lyrics (which touch on religion, love, and life's hardships), but it's also given him a heady, passionate approach to music. There are lighter moments of standard reggaeton and dance hall, but even those simmer with intensity. Omar's vocals aren't always strong--particularly during the slower moments--but King of Kings stands tall amid so many throwaway reggaeton releases. We'll allow him a few moments of boastful frivolity. --Joey Guerra

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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A. Colon on May 29, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Until I hear Tego and Daddy Yankee's latest, this is the best new reggeaton out there. DON'T HATE...APPRECIATE!

Don Omar doesn't disappoint with KING OF KINGS he has a little bit of everything for everyone. What I like about the cd is how he likes to break new ground with 'Cuetale' sounds like a hybrid of Bachata and Reggaeton. 'Predica' lets you know that William Landron also is a preacher man. 'Conteo' w/ Juelz Santana is straight up hip hop. 'Munecas De Porcelana' is a great story. LIGHT UP, DRINK UP AND LISTEN TO DON OMAR'S LATEST CLASSIC.

These hitz hit hard:

1) Predica
2) Reportense
3) Ojitos Chiquitos
4) Conteo w/ Juelz Santana
7) Candela
8) Salio El Sol
9) En Su Nota w/ Mackie Ranks
10) Angelito
13) Infieles
14) Belly Danza w/Beenie Man
15) Munecas De Porcelana - nice song to f*** to.
16) Not Too Much w/Zion
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sarah on May 31, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Ok, i hear what reggaetonero is saying, and i have to agree with him to some point. I got this cd and was dissapointed in the way that i was expecting more reggaeton (Don Omar) style songs. I never liked "Angelito" from the start even before the cd came out but everyone else went crazy over it so i guess it was just me. After hearing the whole cd i think there's about 4 songs i loved:

#13-"Infieles"

#11- "Jangueo"

#14-"Belly Danza"

& #9-"En Su Nota"

On the other hand everyone else around me loves the whole cd.

I think Don Omar is the most talented reggaeton artist around and i think he has done an excelent job on all of his cds. This man has talent bursting out of every pore on his body and he has a voice like no other.

So even though i didn't think all of the songs on this album were great, other people do love it with it's diferent beats and tones. I do look forward to the future for more of his typical reggaeton beats and rhythms that he's been known for. So instead of saying, "if you like reggaeton get this cd" i will say that if you like diferent tropical sounds with good beats, some fast some slow and a little reggaeton mixed in this is a great one and you should get it. If you like Don Omar just get it. And if you don't like any of the before mentioned get it anyway, i'm sure you'll change your mind.

There's a great old old salsa style cut i realy liked, #18"Amarga Vida"

There's also a bonus track #19 i have yet to listen to.

Don Omar is to Reggaeton what LL Cool J is to Rap.

So don't forget boys and girls that "Variety Is The Spice Of Life"

P.S. His cd cover art is outstanding!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Freddy G on May 28, 2006
Format: Audio CD
No Seriously, If I actually had the money to buy this CD and hadn't download the whole album of some website, man, I would seriously buy this CD. hehe. At first I was like, not bad, but then, the more and more alcohol in my system (hehe), no seriously, more I listened to it, the better it actually got to me. That being said, I will say that when I actually have money that I can spend on whatever, I will most definetly buy this CD. Like I said, at first when I listened to the album, I was like, "This is it?", but it gets better and better the more you listen to it.

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By okami-den on May 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Wow!.... Even though Don Omar had a beef with Daddy Yankee before, he and Don Omar both have something in common. They're both inovators and try bring the genre to a whole new level with every new cd. Don Omar brought more of a variety of song themes and beats.

To be honest, when I first bought the cd I was more shocked and confused than anything. I was just so used to hearing The Last Don and him on appearances on other cds, that it was wierd when i first heard this cd. BUT-- that's what happens to me a lot. I knew if i kept on hearing it, i would love it...........and i was right! King of Kings has something for everyone. All in all, the cd is great. A true fan will appreciate the cd and love every song for its own reason.

DALE DON DALE!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Monica Roby on May 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album has a great combination to it.And he proof that he can also sing,such song as "tu no sabes".This album happened to me as it did with Daddy Yankee's cd when it first came out..i was finding myself forcing to like the album.This is what happened to me with this album..is a album u have to get use to and once u do..it gets better each time.Eliel helped with a lot of tracks which helped a lot cause of his great talent ...overall its good...could've been better.maybe.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Audy on May 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
the album is hot. There is something to like about every track. It is clear that Reggaetonero is an amateur when it comes to reggaeton, his comments are unfounded and he probably did not even listen to King of Kings. Don Omar is a pioneer who like Tego, has diversified the sound of reggaeton.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Delgado on June 25, 2006
Format: Audio CD
It was worth the wait.

It isn't the best cd from don omar, but this is a cool cd.

From beginning to end.

Awesome collaboration with Juelz Santana.

DON'T GET DADDY YANKEE'S CDS.

HE'S A SELLOUT.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Karen Lazo on May 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Wow! Don Omar came back stronger than ever with King of Kings!

Songs like Cuentale, Conteo, & Reportense can have you dancing non-stop, and even has a dancehall song to get you on the dance floor with "Salio El Sol." Other songs like Muñecas de Porcelana and Angelito Vuela talks about social issues. A real masterpiece!!
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May 5, 2006 by Kernick X. Leon |  See all 3 posts
Que clase de basura es esta????
tienes razon. don omar va en un muy mal direccion. no esta ayudando las problemas de violencia, abuso de mujeres, y drogas con musica como asi. no tengo problemas con el estilo de musica, pero la letra si falta mucho
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