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  1.  Bad Bunny
  2.  Daddy Yankee
  3.  Don Omar
  4.  Maluma
  5.  Nicky Jam
  6.  Natti Natasha
  7.  Luny Tunes
  8.  Plan B
  9.  Abraham Mateo
  10.  J Balvin
  11.  Ozuna
  12.  Farruko
  13.  Wisin
  14.  De La Ghetto
  15.  Arcangel
  16.  Ñengo Flow
  17.  Tito El Bambino
  18.  Pusho
  19.  Zion Y Lennox
  20.  Vico C
  21.  Gente De Zona
  22.  Anuel AA
  23.  Master Joe y O.G. Black
  24.  Falsetto & Sammy
  25.  Lisa M



  1. Atrévete, te, te Calle 13
  2. La Rompe Carros Daddy Yankee
  3. Salio El Sol Don Omar
  4. Dale Con Pepa Yomo
  5. El Teléfono Wisin y Yandel (f. Héctor 'El Father')
  6. Hace Mucho Tiempo Arcangel
  7. Ella Es Como Es Gotay El Autentiko
  8. Llegamos A La Disco Daddy Yankee ft. De La Ghetto, Arcangel, Baby Rasta y Gringo, Kendo Kaponi, Alex Kyza
  9. Yo Me Acuerdo Nicky Jam
  10. Tu Cuerpo Kenny y Eric
  11. El Que A Hierro Mata K_Narias
  12. Ella Se Vive La Movie De La Ghetto ft. Alex Kyza
  13. La Pregunta REMIX J Alvarez ft. Daddy Yankee & Tito El Bambino
  14. Ayer La Vi Don Omar
  15. Latigazo Daddy Yankee
  16. 6 AM J Balvin
  17. Prometo Olvidarte Tony Dize
  18. Not Too Much Don Omar (f. Zion)
  19. Llegaron los Killers Negritos del Bata
  20. Adicto Nicky Jam (f. David D'Ambulante)

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About the Lyrics in Reggaeton

Reggaeton lyrics have always been a topic of debate. When Reggaeton was considered “underground”, its lyrics depicted a bad image to women and influenced the use of drugs and sex. Many people considered the genre of bad taste. Reggaeton was headed in a direction of being banned in Puerto Rico. As the 1990s came to an end, Reggaeton took a swift turn for the better. As new reggaeton artists came along, they began to “clean” up the lyrics to ensure reggaeton would be played on the radio. With reggaeton on the rise, it was played in more clubs and various radio stations and rapidly grew in popularity. The way artists express themselves has been taken to another level because they have realized that what they say in their lyrics, is how the public will perceive them.

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La Tiraera (or tiradera)

Like in any other music genres, there is heavy competition among reggaeton artists to stay on top. They compete indirectly by making better song and selling albums and directly by challenging fellow artist to lyrical wars. This type of battle of wit and words are referred to as "tiraera." Tirar, in some countries, means to diss or talk bad about others. Whether it is used to gain respect or fame, boost sales or to implement artist stature, Tiraera has been a vital component of reggaeton. While some are against it, it will continue to exist because it is a way of expressing desire to stay on top at all costs.

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