"Don Omar" (born "William Omar Landrón", February 10, 1978 in Puerto Rico), is a reggaeton singer/rapper.
He is one of the most well known reggaeton artists in Latin America. His cross over success in the U.S. has given him more exposure to English speaking Reggaeton fans, making him one of the more recognizable faces of Reggaeton along with Daddy Yankee and Tego Calderón. Don Omar's popularity is currently rising and he recently appeared on MTV. Omar is best known for his songs "Dile" and "Dale Don Dale" from his first album ''The Last Don'' and "Reggaeton Latino". His songs center around life and love; some examples of these would be "La Recompenza" (''The Reward''), "Pobre Diabla" (''Poor Devil'' (fem.)) and "Aunque te Fuiste" (''Even Though You Left'').
His debut album, ''The Last Don'', sold over 350,000 units in South America. Both "The Last Don" as the live edition of it have been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Worldwide, ''The Last Don: Live CD & DVD'' sold over one million copies, according to the official website. His debut single, "Dale Don Dale", sold over 100,000 copies in South America. He received the awards for...
|Born||February 10, 1978|
|Origin||Villa Palmeras, Puerto Rico|
|website||Official web site|