Daddy Yankee and Don Omar recorded songs together

The reggaeton star Daddy Yankee and Don Omar are found again in a recording studio, this time to edit a variety of things together, to be launched on the Internet and included in their upcoming productions.

The duo, who became known individually as Head and King of reggaeton, respectively, met in a recording studio since the recording of the song Gata gangster in 2003, a song that was part of the disk Los Homerun-es Daddy Yankee.

More recently, they met on stage at a concert of Wisin y Yandel held in Puerto Rico in 2008, which performed a theme together.

After years of alleged enmity, the reggaeton have made various alliances like your fans, calling

themselves The insuperable del reggaeton. In recent days, the artists gathered at the offices of El Cartel Records, to discuss the details of this new recording as a whole.

The next issue is titled Challenge recorded together, and will join the list of next record production of Daddy Yankee, Daddy Yankee entitled: Global.

Another issue to be even burn down, to be included on the disc of Don Omar Prototype 2.0, on sale soon.