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Don Omar on the Growth of Reggaeton, His New ‘Back to Reggaeton’ Tour & More | Billboard News

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Don Omar talks about his new ‘Back to Reggaeton’ Tour, his new EP of the same name, the growth of the Reggaeton genre over the course of his career, who he wants to bring out for his special guests for his new tour, how he’s influenced and mentored artists like Ñengo Flow, Farruko, Arcángel, Natti Natasha, Jhay Cortez and more!

Don Omar
Music has everything the future held in store for it. But it lost something, it lost the product that united it.

Don Omar
Hey what’s up, friends! I am Don Omar and you’re watching Billboard News.

Leila Cobo
Don Omar, welcome to Billboard.

Leila Cobo
Now ‘Back to Reggaeton’ is a big deal because it is not only ‘Back to Reggaeton’ for Don Omar, but it’s your first tour in 10 years, right?

Don Omar
In 10 years, ‘Back to Reggaeton’ is returning to the field of work, to tours. The last tour we did was with Daddy Yankee, the Insuperables tour.

Leila Cobo
I remember

Don Omar
Before that, we did the tour Meet the Orphans. We did the King of Kings tour too, but I’m super excited. Super excited I think this opportunity takes 25 years of music around the world.

Leila Cobo
Now, 25 years is a lot of time to fit into one night. How did you choose the tracklist? The setlist. Does it change every day?

Don Omar
The tour is going to demand two full hours of music, in order to go on this trip through time. From the first song the world knew and made a success in my career…

Leila Cobo
Which is…I’m going to guess! “Dale Don Dale.”

Don Omar
Well done. “Dale Don Dale” is one of my first songs and it’s a song I can’t stop playing in any show.

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The first time Don Omar went on tour in Spain, nearly 25 years ago, he had to sing his breakout hits two and three times every time he got onstage. “I had no repertoire!” he admits to Billboard News with a laugh. Back then, Don Omar, real name William Omar Landrón, was a 22-year-old who was hustling. “I came from such a Puerto Rican genre, such a street genre, and then, those songs started to play everywhere.” What a difference […]

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