Daddy Yankee Joins Voices with Kim Viera on the Dancetastic Track “Como”

Daddy Yankee has released his latest collaboration…

The 41-year-old Puerto Rican superstar has joined voices with Kim Viera on the high-octane track “Como.”

Daddy Yankee & Kim Viera

The single, which is bound to make you dance, fuses Caribbean sounds with Viera’s unique voice. Daddy Yankee turns up the beat with his distinct style.

The release was accompanied by a music video filmed in Puerto Rico by Carlos Perez (“Despacito“), which offers an unforgettable visual complement to the song.

Don Omar Releases Music Video for New Single “Te Quiero Pa’ Mi,” Featuring Zion & Lennox

Don Omar is back with a vengeance…

Don Omar

The 38-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar has surprised his fans by releasing the music video for his latest single “Te Quiero Pa’ Mi,” featuring Zion & Lennox.

The clip — filmed in Miami and produced/directed by Carlos Pérez from Elastic People — tells the story of a girl trapped in a dangerous relationship and escaping from the toxic situation.

Don Omar made the surprise announcement on social media just a few hours before its release.

Craviotto Partners with Cristian Toro to Win Gold in the Men’s Kayak Double 200M at the 2016 Rio Games

2016 Rio Games

Make that three Olympic medals for Saul Craviotto

The 31-year-old Spanish sprint canoer and his partner Cristian Toro raced to the gold medal in the final of the Men’s Kayak Double 200 m at the 2016 Rio Games.

Saul Craviotto & Cristian Toro

Craviotto and Toro finished the race in 32.07 seconds. Great Britain’s Liam Heath and Jon Schofield took home the silver medal at 32.36 seconds, while Aurimas Lankas and Edvinas Ramanauskas of Lithuania won bronze at 32.38.

Craviotto previously won the gold medal with Carlos Pérez in the K-2 500 m competition at the 2008 Beijing Games. He also took home the silver in the K-1 200 m competition at the 2012 London Games.

Craviotto has also won seven medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with three golds (K-1 4 x 200 m: 2009, 2010, 2011), two silvers (K-2 200 m: 2009, 2010) and two bronzes (K-1 200m: 2013, 2014).

Craviotto Earns His First-Ever Individual Medal at the London Games

London Olympics 2012

Saúl Craviotto Rivero has paddled his way to a first individual medal at the 2012 Olympic Games

The 27-year-old Spanish sprint canoer earned the silver in the men’s 200m kayak final at the London Games, finishing a mere 0.294 seconds behind Britain’s Ed McKeever in the sport’s fastest and newest Olympic discipline.

Saul Craviotto Rivero

McKeever’s strong start may have been the difference in the race. He had the best start in the eight-man field and comfortably held on in a fierce headwind at Dorney Lake, finishing with a time of 36.246.

Canada’s Mark de Jonge took home the bronze with a time of 36.657.

Saul Craviotto Rivero

Craviotto, who has been racing since the mid 2000s, had previously won the gold medal in the K-2 500-meter event with Carlos Pérez at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.