Girish Mahajan (Editor)

El Cartel: The Big Boss

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Released  June 5, 2007
Artist  Daddy Yankee
Length  77:49
Release date  5 June 2007
El Cartel: The Big Boss httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaenff1ElC
Recorded  2006-2007 The Hit Factory, Miami, Florida
Producer  Scott Storch, Akon, Mr. Collipark, Luny Tunes, Humby,, Just Blaze, Tainy, Nely, Musicólogo, Menes, Echo, Diesel, Diaz Brothers
El Cartel The Big Boss (2007)  Talento de Barrio (2008)
Label  Insomniac/Interscope Records
Genres  Reggaeton, Hip hop music, Latin hip hop
Nominations  Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Music Album
Similar  Daddy Yankee albums, Reggaeton albums, Other albums

Daddy yankee el cartel the big boss album completo link descarga

El Cartel: The Big Boss is the fourth studio album and eighth overall by Puerto Rican recording artist Daddy Yankee. It was released on June 5, 2007 by El Cartel Records through Interscope Records. The album features contributions from Scott Storch,, Luny Tunes, Tainy, Akon, and Mr. Collipark among others, and was nominated for a Lo Nuestro Award for Urban Album of the Year.


Daddy yankee el cartel the big boss promo


Daddy Yankee said that he wanted people to see his style as an MC and return to his hip-hop roots. He collaborated with producers Scott Storch and to combine, as he put it, "the force and our creative minds to create a new sound." He also collaborated with Akon on a track called, "Bring It On", as track he considered as a follow-up to his lead single. Another song from the album that is characterized as a "catchy club banger" entitled, "Impacto" was produced by Scott Storch and features The Black Eyed Peas member, Fergie. He also recorded a song with Pussycat Dolls' lead vocalist, Nicole Scherzinger, which he described as a "crazy dancehall, Caribbean song."

Commercial reception

The album debuted at number nine on the U.S. Billboard 200 and at number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart, selling 82,000 copies in its first week, making it the highest reggaeton album to sell in its first week. On March 26, 2009, the album received a Latin album triple platinum certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipping 600,000 copies.

Critical reception

Allmusic gave the album a positive review and said the album consists of "potential hits". Rhapsody said, "he once again proves himself the reigning king of reggaeton" and proclaimed that "he's also doing more with hip-hop in the mainland idiom than a lot of artists."

Andrew Casillas of Stylus Magazine compared the album to Daddy Yankee's previous efforts and said, "while the front-loaded standard reggaetón tracks aren’t short on hit potential, they’re lacking in the sort of charisma that has made Daddy Yankee famous." He then added that "the closing third of the album is quite encouraging."


During the promotion of the album, Daddy Yankee performed at Madison Square Garden. The album was supported by The Big Boss Tour, which started its U.S. leg at the Chicago Allstate Arena on August 31 through October 17, 2007 at the Toyota Center in Houston.


"Impacto" was released as the lead single from the album on April 12, 2007. Simultaneously, the remix version, featuring Fergie was released as a second single. The videos of the two version were released in the Universal Studios. "Mensaje De Estado" was released as the first promotional recording off the album; a short music video then followed. The third official single, "Ella Me Levanto" was also released. On October 2007 was released the official video. The video was recorded in the Dominican Republic.


2En sus marcas listos fuera3:26


El Cartel: The Big Boss Wikipedia

Similar Topics
Sudan (film)
Juan Cano (soccer)
Peter Schumann