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Talento De Barrio Soundtrack


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With more than eight million albums sold, five No. 1 hits on Billboard’s radio charts a blockbuster film and four chart topping albums to his name—including the top-selling Latin album of the decade and the top-selling Latin urban artist of the decade according to Billboard Magazine (2010), Daddy Yankee is the single most relevant Latin urban artist in the world.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 12, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Machete Music / El Cartel Records
  • ASIN: B001AHM2DU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,426 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Talento del Barrio
2. Pa-Kumpa!!
3. Temblor
4. Pose
5. Llamado de Emergencia
6. Oasis De Fantasia
7. Salgo Pa'La Calle
8. Que Tengo Que Hacer
9. Suelta
10. De la Paz Y De la Guerra
11. Pasion
12. Como y Vete
13. K-dela
14. Infinito
15. Somos de Calle

Editorial Reviews

Although he's neither the originator of the reggaeton style nor even the genre's first home-grown superstar, Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee was instrumental in introducing the Latin hip-hop/dancehall hybrid to a mainstream audience in the United States and abroad. Yankee (aka Raymon Ayala) began appearing on reggaeton tracks as early as 1993, but it was 2004's Barrio Fino and its infectious single "La Gasolina" that made him a household name. He has since collaborated with up-and-coming reggaeton artists as well as hip-hop stars like Snoop Dogg and Lloyd Banks.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Luis Guillermo Velez on August 12, 2008
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This proves once again that Daddy Yankee is just the king, plain and simple.....this sends a clear message to Wisin y Yandel and Don Omar, The king is back, the true leader. The album is pure fire, with sooo many fusions and mixes of different musical cultures that u feel like u are taking a trip around the world, from colombia, to dominican republic, to the US , to Puerto rico, and more....just so u get my point, his single, pose, has 5 different fusions, 5 different musical cultures and styles in 1....wow.....Llamado de emergencia, the vallenato joint with Colombian sounds, is amazingly well done, the intro, pure heat, with a clear message and great lyrics as usual. Pasion and salgo pa la calle, the 2 feats....dope....overall the whole album is fire, and if u were mad because EL CARTEL 3: THE BIG BOSS had a lot of american influence, then this is the album for you
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 26, 2008
Format: Audio CD
My husband turned me on to reggaeton I'm a big fan of Daddy Yankee because the beats get you moving. This CD is great music to listen to before going to a party or a night on the town! You don't have to understand Spanish to get into this CD. Love it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Daysi Lopez on August 18, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I can't stop playing it, it's just that good. I'm glad my money didn't go to waste. Number 7 is THE BEST SONG!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Rafael Rivera Perez on October 6, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I don't have the chance to see the movie becuase I'm in the United States but the CD is awesome better than "El Cartel: TheBig Boss".
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Esos flows múltiples y ritmos pegajosos son los que le dan a Daddy Yankee otro nivel en este género. No le falta mucha razón cuando dice "Tengo todos los estilos"... Cuando menos te lo esperas, te cambia la voz, te tira otro flow y te deja con un "wow" on the face que no se te quita lol
Los dúos mejores no pudieron ser. Randy se rankeó como nunca antes, y Arcángel tiró lo suyo como siempre, con un flow que al meos en esta canción no cansó para nada.
Personalmente, yo nunca he sido fan de Daddy Yankee, ni en los tiempos de "Barrio Fino", pero en este disco me convenció completamente. No me lo esperaba (todo lo contrario a Arcángel, del que esperaba más con "El Fenómeno" y me echó una caca que no hay quien se la espante completa).
"Salgo pa' la calle" es la que más me llama la atención, y tal vez la que más se presta pa' tener en el carro rumbo a una disco ;)
En fin:
Hands down, thumbs up!
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By Jamie C. on November 22, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I've been a DY fan for a long time, so maybe I'm biased. But this CD is AWESOME! Unlike his previous CD "El Cartel," which was mostly focused on manufactured dance hits and contained a few duds (Papi Lover, anyone?), "Talento de Barrio" shows his real maturation as an artist. Every track on this CD is a winner in its own way. The tracks with guest artists are especially good. I have to admit, I listen to it pretty much every day on my way home from work & haven't gotten tired of it yet! DY has consistently been stepping the reggaeton game up and I can't wait to see what he does next.
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Out of 15 tracks, 10 are hot. Even the other 5 are still pretty good, better than other Latino artists are coming with right now.

For those who want to just download the best tracks, I recommend Talento De Barrio, Pose, Llamando De Emergencia, Oasis De Fantasia, Que Tengo Que Hacer, De La Paz Y De La Guerra, Salgo Pa La Calle, K-Ndela, Suelta, and Infinito. Of course, for 0.99 a pop, probably better to buy the whole album for the $7.97 it costs on Amazon at the time of this writing.
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By Ryan L. Bradley on December 9, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Daddy Yankee is a famous singer that everybody know. He is from Puerto Rico and the songs he made there make him famous. Now he is making this new album " Talento De Barrio" with cool tracks. When people hear Daddy Yankee singing they get crazy because they love his songs. What I don't like about him is that he was rapping with Don Omar. I don't like that, because i like both of their music.
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