Was this monstrosity considered Reggaeton?
I can assure you that is not Reggaeton. He's just saying some gibberish, the only thing that I know about that guy is that he's from Panama so maybe its considered like some type of Reggae from Panama. In Panama they speak Spanish but in that song I dont hear not one single spanish word. Maybe he did it like in a jokey type of way. Who knows? But like I said before that's not Reggaeton. I know cause I been listening to Reggaeton since way back when it was just called El Underground Rap & Reggae artists like Playero DJ, Baby Rasta y Gringo, Ivy Queen, Lito y Polaco, DJ Blass etc.
Now this is Reggaeton!!
Mr. Cavalucci, Wu Tang Clan: Everytime I used to hear Mr. Cavalucci it felt like I was listening to one of the Wu Tang Clan Members but in Spanish, his flow and lyrics was just increidible to me. He mostly made more Spanish Rap type of songs than Reggaeton, but this genre it was made from that Spanish Rap and Spanish Reggae= Reggaeton.
Mr. Cavalucci - Que Tengo El Arte
Mr. Cavalucci - Que Sera Nuestro Destino
Mr. Cavalucci - DJ DICKY NO FEAR 3 DEADLINE
BEBE is another legend in Reggaeton. If you want to hear that real Classic Old School Reggaeton Sound than you can't go wrong with BEBE. Pioneers like myself know who BEBE is, he was really big in the 90s and early 2000s. One of the sickest flows ever in Reggaeton's History point, blank, period.
Reggaeton Sex especially Sir Speedy's ''El Amor Con La Ropa'' song is what made Reggaeton Evolve and pop even more. When Reggaeton Sex came in the picture their sound was something fresh and also mad controversial. It sounded more advance thanks to DJ Blass who always went h.a.m. on them beats.