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Ven Conmigo (feat. Prince Royce) - Single

April 12, 2011 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: April 12, 2011
  • Label: El Cartel Records
  • Copyright: 2011 El Cartel Records
  • Total Length: 3:39
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  • ASIN: B005027AIS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,729 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Cada cancion es buenissima!!!
CATON
This album is so different from DY's previous ones, but I love that about it.
Mami Yankee
Maybe with time i will consider this being DY's best album.
Tone

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Compay on April 27, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Mundial isn't Daddy Yankee's best album, but it's one you'll want to add to your collection. The point of Mundial was for Yankee use different world styles into the production. "La Despedida" uses a merengue beat, "Que Es La Que Hay" is a dancehall-flavored track, and "Grito Mundial" uses Brazilian Samba sounds.

Overall, there are some good radio-friendly songs on the album, though I prefer it when Yankee goes hard Sin Jocky style over tracks like "El Más Duro." El Cangriman noticeably uses more auto-tune on this album, including the only song with a guest feature (Tito el Bambino).

My only complaint about this album is that it doesn't include "Intenso", a hot dembow track that Yankee released in early 2010. Also, "El Ritmo No Perdona" AKA "Prende" is only available on the iTunes version of this album, so you won't find it on the CD available in stores or on Amazon. Mundial isn't as hot as "El Cartel: The Big Boss", but it's still a good album to own. The only thing left for you to decide is if you want the version with Intenso and Prende on it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CATON on March 9, 2011
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Que decir sino que con este disco, daddy yankee confirma su posicion de Big boss!!!! El rey del reggaeton!!!! Cada cancion es buenissima!!!
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I love this song!

I would recommend this song to any and all Daddy Yankee and Prince Royce fans! It will get you moving!
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I failed to read the reviews before purchasing! If I had done so I would've seen that only the iTunes album version has the extra songs that the CD doesn't have which are the ones I only wanted : (
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By Jeffrey Piehler on January 19, 2013
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Daddy Yankee is turning out to be one of my favorite groups. I like a lot of the music which comes from the Caribbean. Of course, there is nothing like being in Puerto Rico and listening to the sounds of the islands. I can't wait to get back there someday. Overall, a decent cd.
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este album tiene buenas canciones como la senal,grito mundial y la que mas me ha dejado atonito es la de vida en la noche que me fascina desde el comienzo hasta el final,tiene estilo este disco y esta al nivel de los demas,me llega que daddy yankee siempre este haciendo un buen producto para su gente,siempre de corazon
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This new "world" style that Daddy Yankee has taken on is growing on me. During my first week of listening, I thought I only liked two songs. However as time wore on, I found myself liking the majority of the CD. Daddy Yankee has a classy style that mixes urban sound with matured personality and themes. I think it's risky to make a CD that combines elements from other "world" sounds, but Daddy Yankee did a good job while still keeping "Mundial" relevant to today's Reggaeton sound. There are no "palos" (as they say in Puerto Rico) besides "Descontrol," but there are some really really good songs. Like other reviews have said, "Mundial" is missing some key tracks, especially "Desafio," which IS un PALO!!!

That being said, the bachata, dancehall, and car bangers (I made up that last terminology) are solid - "Descontrol," "Vida En La Noche," Mintiendo Con La Verdad" and "La Señal" are very noteworthy and infectious tracks.

Daddy Yankee keeps his title in my book for "the best of all times" in terms of Reggaeton. He's progressing and evolving as a prominent Reggaeton artist while still maintaining his trademark "DY" style.

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Un buen disco, la verdad. Pero la neta - falta canciones como "Hasta Abajo" y "Desafio," pero todavia hay muchas canciones pa' la radio y los clubs. Me da la impresion que DY ha estudiado los ritmos que van con los estilos que uso' en "Mundial." Para mi, las mejores canciones son "Mintiendo con la Verdad" y "Vida En La Noche" por sus usos de efectos diferentes y nuevos con combinacion con ritmo y letra tradicional. Antes, no me gustaba Daddy Yankee para nada, pero despues del "Talento De Barrio" soundtrack, he cambiado mi opinion de DY.

Te recomiendo que lo compres porque Daddy Yankee ya es el lider de una evolucion REAL de Reggaeton.
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