Don Omar and Daddy Yankee to Tour Together: Exclusive | Billboard

More than a decade ago, Don Omar and Daddy Yankee were collaborators on underground hits like “Gata Gangster,” but their relationship turned sour. Some say it was over ­publishing rights, others contend it was due to feuding ­financial backers; no one will speak on the record. But whatever the reason, Omar (real name: William Landron) and Yankee (real name: Raymond Ayala), the rising stars of the then-new reggaeton movement brewing on the streets of Puerto Rico, let their differences devolve into the most fiery rap battle in Latin music history (sample lyric, from Yankee: “Everyone knows there’s no one more plastic than Landron”).

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