Here Is What You'll Find Inside Daddy Yankee's Museum in Puerto Rico

Daddy Yankee
Courtesy of El Cartel Records

Daddy Yankee at his museum in Puerto Rico.  

Daddy Yankee's Barrio Fino album just turned 15, and to celebrate, the superstar will now have his own museum called “El Jefe” Daddy Yankee, located at Plaza Las Américas in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

“During the creating process of 'El Jefe' Daddy Yankee Museum, I discovered that there are not many memories of reggaeton since its inception,” Yankee tells Billboard.

Yankee’s first-ever museum is an 8,000-square-foot exhibit that re-creates the history of his life in chronological order starting in his neighborhood, then his biggest achievements, including his iconic outfits, exclusive interviews for the museum, awards and the history of the urban genre.

Opening Friday, admission to the exhibition is free for all fans who reserve a ticket online. It will remain open until January 2020.

“I am not good at giving advice, but I am good at giving my testimony,” concluded the reggaeton legend.

For more information about “EL Jefe” Daddy Yankee Museum, click here.


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