Famed Puerto Rican musician Daddy Yankee announces retirement
Puerto Rican singer Daddy Yankee, one of Reggaeton's biggest names, says he's retiring after 32 years in the business.
The artist is known for the genre of Reggae music blended with dancehall and hip-hop.
"Gasolina," one of Daddy Yankee's best-known songs, came out in 2004 and is often credited with the introduction of Reggaeton to an international audience.
He has sold more than 30 million records over the course of his career with his last album "Legendaddy" set to come out Thursday.