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UPDATED June 17th, 2017 So, you say you’re a Daddy Yankee fan? His stage name is derived from Puerto Rican slang: a “Yankee” is someone tall, or a big shot in his field.

Test your knowledge of the Reggaeton king’s life and music with our list of the 10 things you might not know about Daddy Yankee: 1. His other nicknames include: King Daddy, El Jefe, The Big Boss and El Cangri. He turned to music after a stray round from an AK47 landed him in the hospital for more than a year, and ended his hopes for a career in professional baseball.

He has become the first Latino artist to lead the music platform.

He's surpassed more than 44 million monthly listeners to reach the first global spot.

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And the two names that spark the most conversation are singers Ambar and Natti Natasha, ladies with whom the reggaetonero has spent a lot of time with lately.

1 spot on Spotify to become the first Latino artist to lead the music platform.

The Puerto Rican superstar of reggaeton has hits that include ."Being the first Latin artist to reach #1 in Spotify marks a precedent not only for my career but for the industry in general," Daddy Yankee, whose real name is Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez, said in an email.

"The musical digital revolution has unified the world and this is the proof.

We are all in the same boat with no labels or stereotypes."He recalled that, when he started his career in 1992 in Puerto Rico, many didn't believe he would last more than three years, much less that he would become an international sensation."But I never stopped," he said. I had to make big sacrifices, to miss important moments with my family, to feel the prejudice of many people that didn't open the doors for me."Rocio Guerrero, Spotify's head of Latin culture, shows & editorial says: "Spotify has been supporting Latin music for many years, and this is the moment that shows our passion and love for the genre are equally supported by our audience.