If The Last Don was able to get Don Omar’s foot in the reggaeton music door, then The Last Don II is swinging right in and crashing la fiesta. The Last Don II features big names like Daddy Yankee, Plan B, and Natti Natasha–names that are making for an album that consists of the best of the best. It also makes a return to Don Omar’s rough reggaeton roots while topping them off with tight production and catchy dance beats.
The album includes a variety of tracks; while they all fall under the reggaeton genre, they range from songs of underlying sadness like Soledad, to completely street with a retro dembow beat like Guaya Guaya, to pop love songs that have been stealing radio plays like Perdido En Tus Ojos. Don Omar takes us back to his roots with the songs in his new album, but still manages to display his versatility as a truly amazing reggaeton act.
After almost a decade after the release of The Last Don, Don Omar’s new album is sure to be bigger and better.