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Don Omar Presents: Meet the Orphans
Don Omar's new album "Meet The Orphans" is a collection of brand new songs as well as selected tracks featuring artist from his record label "El Orfanato Music" The sound is trademark Don Omar and this can basically be seen as true follow up to his "King of Kings" project more so that the iDON project which was experimental in his sound and nature. The songs on the album are a mix of tropical beats, reggaeton and hip-hop sounds. Included in the album is the first single "Danza Kudura", an energetic dance- floor epic that features French Portuguese rtist "Lucenzo" as well as the underground hit "Hookah" featuring Plan B and of course the smash hit "Hasta Abajo". Additiona guest features include Zion and Lennox, Yagga & Mackie, and Orfanato artist Kendo and Syko. Don Omar has certified his place atop the Latin music industry as the urban genre's biggest star with hits such as "Dile", "Virtual Diva", "Cancion De Amor" and the gold-certified digital single "Angelito". His debut album "The Last Don" is a reggaeton classic and his sophomore album "King of Kings" had the highest debut ever for a Spanish-language album on the Billboard hot 100 sales chart. Now Don Omar returns with his highly anticipated follow-up to last year's #1 hit "IDON". Features brand new music from Don Omar as well as hits by artists from El Orfanato Music Group, Kendo , Marcy Place and Syko as well as collaborations with reggaeton's hottest stars. New album includes "Hasta Abajo", the hit that became a Latin urban anthem in 2010 and held the #1 position atop the Latin urban charts for 4 consecutive weeks. Also includes the new single, "Taboo", a song that promises to become an international hit as well as the street classics "Hooka" Feat. Plan B, "Good Looking" and "El Duro". Over the last year, Don Omar has confirmed his place as Latin urban music's hottest artist with continuous hits that have dominated radio in the US and Puerto Rico. The new project is a combination of brand new Don Omar hits as well as tracks that introduce his "Orfanato Music Group" artists.