The reggaeton revolution has risen and fallen within the last three years on Latin radio, but for Wisin & Yandel, the hip-hop infused genre has yet to die.

The reggaeton revolution has risen and fallen within the last three years on Latin radio, but for Wisin & Yandel, the hip-hop infused genre has yet to die. "I am a reggaeton act. I sing reggaeton, that's what I do," Wisin says. "And I do very well with it."

"Los Extraterrestres," the Latin duo's new Machete album, comes on the heels off 2006's "Los Vaqueros," which yielded a number of Hot Latin Tracks hits.

The new album is not a big departure from the pair's previous efforts, with big hooks and dance beats meshing with an urban flair. "Sexy Movimiento," the set's first single has already reached No. 1 on Billboard's Latin Rhythmic chart.

Wisin & Yandel, born Juan Luis Morera Luna (Wisin) and Llandel Veguilla Malave, also recently became the first act ever to get its own customized Zune player. The limited edition device hit Wal-Mart stores Oct. 29.

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