Daddy Yankee, the Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, songwriter, and rapper, brought his explosive energy to the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on July 19, 2019. The concert was part of his “Con Calma Pa’l Choli” tour, which was named after his latest hit single “Con Calma”. The show started at 8:00 pm, but fans started queuing outside the arena hours before the doors opened.
The Opening Acts
The concert was not only about Daddy Yankee. He brought along some of the most talented artists in the reggaeton genre to perform as opening acts. They included De La Ghetto, Zion & Lennox, and Yandel, who kept the crowd pumped up throughout the night.
The Crowd Goes Wild
As soon as Daddy Yankee stepped onto the stage, the crowd went wild. They screamed, cheered, and sang along with every song he performed. Daddy Yankee, who is known for his high-energy performances, did not disappoint. He kept the crowd on their feet for the entire show.
Daddy Yankee performed a mix of his classic hits and some of his latest releases from his album “Con Calma”. Some of his most popular songs that he performed included “Gasolina”, “Rompe”, “Shaky Shaky”, and “Dura”. He also performed his latest single “Con Calma”, which has become a global hit with over 1.5 billion views on YouTube.
The production of Daddy Yankee’s concert was nothing short of spectacular. The lighting, visuals, and stage design all contributed to the electrifying atmosphere of the show. The Prudential Center, with its state-of-the-art technology, provided the perfect venue for the event.
After performing for over an hour, Daddy Yankee left the stage, leaving the crowd begging for more. He returned for an encore, performing some of his most popular songs once again. The show ended with an explosive performance of “Gasolina”, leaving the crowd exhilarated and satisfied.
Daddy Yankee’s concert at the Prudential Center was a night to remember for everyone who attended. His high-energy performance, along with the talented opening acts and the spectacular production, created an electrifying atmosphere that kept the crowd on their feet for the entire show. It was a testament to Daddy Yankee’s status as one of the most talented and popular reggaeton artists in the world.