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King of Kings


Download links and information about King of Kings by Don Omar. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:09:59 minutes.

Artist: Don Omar
Release date: 2006
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:09:59
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No. Title Length
1. Intro - Predica 3:20
2. Reportense 3:30
3. Ojitos Chiquitos 3:49
4. Conteo 4:00
5. Cuentale 4:21
6. Tu No Sabes 3:14
7. Candela 5:40
8. Salió el Sol 5:15
9. En Su Nota 3:39
10. Ángelito 4:44
11. Jangueo 3:53
12. Bomba 2:51
13. Infieles 4:24
14. Belly Danza 4:05
15. Muñecas de Porcelana 3:47
16. Not to Much 3:31
17. Bailando Sola 2:57
18. Amarga Vída 2:59



Rather than stick with the formula of his genre-defining debut, Don Omar uses his second album to bust the parameters of reggaeton wide open. King of Kings eschews the hard-partying attitude of most reggaeton in favor of a somber atmosphere. “Tu No Sabes,” “Infieles” and the brooding hit single “Angelito” are Omar’s most vulnerable songs to date, in both musical and lyrical terms. Even more uptempo tracks like “Ojitos Chiquitos,” “Bomba,” and “Not to Much” display a minor-key tone that brings them closer to American blues than what listeners would normally expect from reggaeton. In addition, Don Omar pulls in guests from around the globe, including New York’s Juelz Santana and Jamaica’s Beenie Man, strengthening the music’s far-reaching appeal. Vocally, the album is a showstopper, as Omar groans and growls across every song, exploring his voice in all its aspects. From his lyrics to his vocal delivery to the dizzying sonic schemes of “Conteo,” “Candela,” and “Salio el Sol,” King of Kings demonstrates that Don Omar is determined to push reggaeton to its furthest reaches.