7 Types of guys based on Daddy Yankee songs

Daddy Yankee (a.k.a “El Cangri”) hits his 38th birthday on Tuesday –he still looks young and fresh as his “Gasolina” days. As fans fill his…

Singer-songwriter Daddy Yankee speaks backstage during the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina festival presented by Sprint at The Forum on November 22, 2014 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

Daddy Yankee (a.k.a “El Cangri”) hits his 38th birthday on Tuesday –he still looks young and fresh as his “Gasolina” days.

As fans fill his Facebook wall and tweet to his official Twitter account with sweet birthday wishes, the urban star celebrates his big day with a new music video.

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Daddy Yankee’s recent premiere was the official video for his song “Sabado Rebelde” featuring Plan B, which already garnered nearly 3 million view since its launch ending January.

On the other hand, VOXXI celebrates his big day by describing the types of men out there based on some of his hit songs.

1. The Party Guy – Limbo

Everything from its festive beats to its lyrics, “Limbo” is a non-stop fiesta.


2. The Socially Conscious Guy – Palabras Con Sentido

Daddy Yankee’s “Palabras Con Sentido” is a heartwarming song where Yankee raps about social change in the world. The star said that urban music can be an instrument for awakening social conscience.


3. The “Still Not Over His Ex” Guy – La Despedida

In “La Despedida,” Yankee sings about a break up and how it’ll be impossible to forget the significant other.


4. The Sweet-Talking Guy – Lovumba

Forget the rest of the world, Daddy Yankee knows how to sweet-talk a lady, especially with the sensual lyrics found in “Lovumba.”


5. The Confident Guy – Ven Conmigo

This guy –the one as observed in “Ven Conmigo”– uses his sex appeal and witty words to convince girls at the club.


6. The Romantic Guy – Tu Principe

Old-school Daddy Yankee knows how to woo the ladies, have you heard “Tu Principe” featuring Zion & Lennox?


7. The “Please Forgive Me” Guy – Llamado de Emergencia

The guy in “Llamado de Emergencia” argues with his lady, but shortly after regrets it and asks for forgiveness.

Happy 38th Birthday Daddy Yankee!

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