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Daddy Yankee To Give First-Ever Spanish-Language Performance On The Late Late Show With James Corden
Reggaeton icon Daddy Yankee will be the first-ever artist to have a Spanish-language performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden when he performs on March 20.
Puerto Rico's global music star will perform his latest single, "Con Calma" featuring Snow, which is this week's No. 1 on Billboard's "Latin Airplay Songs" chart.
The GRAMMY-nominated artist has been a trailblazer for reggaeton and latin urban pop in the music industry. In late Feb., J Balvin, Ozuna and other Latin urban artists paid tribute to Yankee at Premios Lo Nuestro, a testament to his influence.
"Without Daddy Yankee reggaeton would not be the same in the world ... J Balvin wouldn't exist without Daddy Yankee," Balvin said.
Catch the history-making Late Late Show performance on March 20 on CBS. Check your local listings.