Me quedo con ese hermoso recuerdo atesorado […] Daddy Yankee has achieved one of his dreams.

The Puerto Rican superstar has released “Yo Contra Ti” – a song about fighting against breast cancer.

He says it was emotional to meet cancer patients and work on lyrics […] Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee have the song of the year with “Despacito” – but there’s a little drama going on with the song right now.

It’s also important to note that even back in July, the remix’s streams would have been even higher were it not for the brief combining of the streams on Spotify from May 28-31. However, it was the Biebs-featuring remix that ruled atop every other official singles chart around the world. On Billboard’s Hot 100, the original version of the single was at No. It simply also acknowledges Bieber’s contribution to a global overview of “Despacito’s” ascension, particularly in markets which previously weren’t routinely welcoming to Latin music.

Notably, May 28 was also the first time the remix rose to the No. This included Russia, India, Australia, Canada, Sweden, Norway, other European countries, multiple markets throughout Asia, United Arab Emirates, Africa, the U. As of now, it’s all eyes on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart on Monday.

Nicky Jam started from the bottom, got to the top, lost his way, and has now rebuilt himself, becoming Hot Latin’s shining comeback kid.

You know Nicky Jam from his current hit “Forgiveness (El Perdón)” featuring Enrique Iglesias, but Nicky has been around for quite some time.

It’s worth stating that of all the official versions of “Despacito” on the market (which include a Salsa edit, a Portuguese variation, and a Major Lazer and MOSKA remix), it is the Justin Bieber-featuring remix which powered the single further on Billboard’s Hot 100 when it exploded on that chart following its release on April 17, 2017.

That doesn’t diminish the reality that main plaudits for the “Despacito” phenomenon go to Fonsi, co-writer Erika Ender, and Yankee. Streams from the Bieber-featuring remix counted towards “Despacito’s Most Steamed Song Of All Time record, and are part of the whopping 4.6 billion combined plays the song generated across multiple leading streaming platforms by July.

Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, and Justin Bieber’s megahit “Despacito” remix is on track to make yet more music history on Monday, August 28.