Don Omar reggaeton participate in “Fast and Furious 6″
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico.- The Puerto Rican reggaeton star Don Omar told Efe that participate in the film “Fast and Furious 6″, to begin shooting in August next for Europe, Asia and the Middle East with its protagonist, Vin Diesel American.
In an interview from his home in Dorado, city in northern Puerto Rico, William learned Landrón, known as Don Omar, explained that the filming through December in Spain, London, Moscow, Japan and Middle East.
Don Omar, who today unveils its “reality show” through page www.beeyoo.com, said reprise the role of “Santos Rico”, made in last year “Fast Five”, was recorded in 2011 en Río de Janeiro (Brazil) y San Juan (Puerto Rico).
The inclusion in the new sequel “Fast and Furious” is another of the great triumphs that had called “king of reggaeton” since in 2011 launched the first production with his label Orfanato Music Group, “Meet the orphans”, which included the item “Danza Kuduro” with Portuguese Lucenzo.
The video of the song has registered almost 400 million views on YouTube video channel, and has also been 780.000 digital downloads, besides carrying 73 weeks number one in sales on iTunes.
The song's success also led to Don Omar, of 34 years old, to be referred to as the “Best Latin Artist of 2011″ Vevo platform for multimedia, and to win eight Latin Billboard awards in this year.
“Even the sun today, mi tema máximo es ‘Danza kuduro’. For me, this is the best time of my life. I do not know who came up to say that gender is off, but recognize that there are some who are, but because it revolutionized”, said.
Also, This year brought to market two albums with his record label, “Meet the orphans: The new generation”, as well as the Dominican Natti Natasha, “All about me”, el cual contiene en su mayoría canciones con música ‘dance’ (dance).
Don Omar said that the new production of his label did not include producer, musician and singer Danny Fornaris, who has worked on several hits of reggaeton, because his colleague will soon launch his first solo album.
The artist also regretted not being able to do more songs together to “head of reggaeton”, Daddy Yankee, after several years managed to join in “Up Down” and “Challenge”, after overcoming some differences.