Daddy Yankee’s celebrating his history-making run at el Coliseo de Puerto Rico that’s sure to get you to dame más gasolina…
A year after making history at the San Juan, Puerto Rico venue with a streak of 12 sold-out shows, the 43-year-old Puerto Rican rap superstar has gifted fans with DY2K20, a three-part special of his Con Calma Pal’ Choli concerts.
The YouTube concert special, which encourages fans to make donations to Feeding America, kicked off last Friday, December 4, with a 50-minute first part, where Yankee sang some of his biggest hits, including “Rompe,” “Lo Que Paso, Paso,” “Shaky Shaky,” “Machucando,” “Mayor Que Yo” and many more.
Showcasing the epic concerts that took place in December 2019 at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot in San Juan, the second part will premiere on December 14 and the final part on December 21 on the artist’s official YouTube page.
“This year has been difficult for all of us and what better way to start the Christmas season, if not by remembering and celebrating the anniversary of one of my greatest achievements as an artist and I hope it fills you all with great joy,” the reggaeton superstar said in a press statement.
“Con Calma Pal’ Choli,” produced by Yankee’s longtime manager Rafael Pina, marked Yankee’s first show in 12 years at the prolific concert venue. Selling more than 170,000 tickets in a month, Yankee also set the record as the artist with the most shows at the venue, surpassing Wisin & Yandel, who in 2018 performed eight shows.
In case you missed part one of DY2K20, check it out below.