Daddy Yankee ignited his audience in La Paz last night and closes his South American tour with a bang!

Last Saturday, Daddy Yankee wowed more than 20K fans that awaited anxiously for the Big Boss to take the stage at the J Wilsterman stadium in Cochabamba, Bolivia. The Big Boss took the stage by storm a little after 11pm and was greeted by screams and applause from fans that attended the mega-show. The audience danced, sang and cheered throughout the one hour and half where Daddy Yankee sang a repertoire of fan favorites including “Bailando”, “Ella Me Levanto” and “Llamado de Emergencia” and new hits “Echale Pique” and “El Ritmo No Perdona” that ignited the Bolivian crowd. The 20K plus audience also roared as the Big Boss gave wave to his impeccable improvisational skills and his trademark fan favorites “Parabrisas” and “Tirate un Paso” where his dance crew took over to show “some skills”.

Last night, a massive crowed in La Paz witnessed the euforia that Daddy Yankee has left on audiences throughout his South American tour. More than 15K fans embraced the Big Boss as he took the stage at the Hernando Siles stadium. The chilly weather would prove to be no match for the energy that the Big Boss brought that night. Daddy Yankee moved the crowed that danced and sang to his classic and new hits “Echale Pique” and “El Ritmo No Perdona” which will be included in his upcoming album Mundial. Even though fans have to wait longer than expected to see the Big Boss in action, the talented puertorican singer proved that “it was well worth the wait”.

Daddy Yankee continues to work on his upcoming album Mundial which is set for release at the end of November and will surely prove to be a global hit. Also, in the next few weeks Daddy Yankee will prepare to visit his Mexican fans.