The run of the duo's hit records, both albums and singles, continued, with 2007 a watershed year. They issued a new studio date, Los Extraterrestres, as well as a live offering and several collections of singles and B-sides, and undertook a global tour. They also appeared on the compilation Caribbean Connection, which featured Daddy Yankee, Inner Circle, Elephant Man, and Don Omar. They were awarded a Billboard Latin Music Award in the category of Latin Rhythm Album of the Year, Duo or Group.
2009 saw the release of the chart-topping live set La Revolución, which featured 50 Cent as a guest on the single "Mujeres in the Club." In 2011, the rapper made a return appearance on the duo's Los Vaqueros: El Regreso, as did T-Pain, Sean Kingston, and a host of artists from their label. The album debuted in the Latin Top Ten and eventually claimed the top spot on the Latin albums charts -- their fifth to do so. 2012 saw the release of their most collaborative date yet. Líderes featured guest spots from Chris Brown, T-Pain, Jennifer Lopez (who appeared on the first single "Follow the Leader," and Daddy Yankee who appeared on the third single, "Hipnotizame." It too reached the top spot on the Latin albums chart.
Rumors began to spread in 2013 that Wisin & Yandel were about to split, and credence was lent when Yandel issued De Líder a Leyenda. It was followed by Wisin's solo single "Que Viva La Vida," which preceded his album El Regreso del Sobreviviente.The long-player hit number three on the Latin albums charts. The duo eventually downplayed rumors of the split and claimed to be working on a new track together at the end of 2014. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi