DON OMAR RELEASES HIS NEW URBAN ALBUM “THE LAST DON II”
THE GREATEST SUCCESS STORY OF THE URBAN LATIN GENRE WORLDWIDE, “THE KING” DON OMAR, RETURNS TO HIS THRONE “THE LAST DON II”
This album includes collaborations with the most established artists in the reggeaton genre:
Daddy Yankee, Wisin, Yandel, Tego Calderón, Plan B y Natti Natasha.
In an artistic attempt of continuing the most popular and best-selling album in history in the genre of reggeaton with its first “The Last Don” album, released in 2003, “The King of Latin music” Don Omar presents on iTunes and commercial stores his latest production “The Last Don II”. This second chapter comprises a total of 12 songs which includes some of the most popular figures in today’s urban genre of music.
The Last Don II is the successor of the series of multi-platinum albums breaking work wide sales. Meet The Orphans & MTO2: New Generation, includes some of the recent hits released by Don Omar: “Guaya Guaya”, “Soledad” & last but not least, his most recent promotional single featuring his pupil Natti Natasha, “Perdido En Tus Ojos”.
The artistic fusions of this album are timeless. With one of the most influential artists, Daddy Yankee, just like Don Omar are considered to be “ “the two most important pillars supporting the urban genre in Latin America and the world“.
Coinciding with the award winning perfumers and impeccable interpreters Wisin, Yandel, Tego Calderon and Natti Natasha have been added to the distinctive list of stars that have marked a milestone in this new stage of Don Omar career and his latest production. Let’s also welcome to the list, the most popular duo of the moment, Plan B, who is featured The Last Don II which is distributed by Universal Music Latin Entertainment (UMLE).
The Last Don II is composed by Alcover (A & X), Jumbo “Solo Producer”, Bryan “The mind of the team”, Tainy, LunyTunes, Mambo Kingz, Chris Jeday and Gaby Music. A team of producers which through their creations have guaranteed the resounding success of their artistic trajectory. “It’s only hard for those who for 10 years can prove it,” – stated Don Omar, with a deepened mindset of his return to the roots of the genre.