New York, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2007
Daddy Yankee, known for reeling off the rat-a-tat rhymes of reggaetón, shares his life changing past that launched his career in music and movies on Estudio Billboard, October 30th.
Daddy Yankee is best known for his smash hit "Gasolina" and other dance-hall tracks such as "Lo Que Paso, Paso" and "El Jefe," the title track from his new album. On Estudio Billboard, Yankee reveals intimate details about his life growing up on the streets and how he and many other young Latinos are shaped by these experiences.
Jumping into an impromptu performance with host Leila Cobo, Daddy Yankee proves again why he is the king of reggaetón.
Estudio Billboard is a new music and interview series developed by V-me in collaboration with Billboard Magazine hosted Leila Cobo, the ultimate Latin music insider. Shot before an intimate live audience, Latin artists reveal new insights into their lives, careers, musical influences and much more.
Presented locally by public TV stations and carried on basic digital cable in many cities and nationally on DISH Network Ch 9414 and DISHLatino Ch 846. To find specific channel information for your market visit http://www.VmeTV.com
Estudio Billboard airs on Tuesday nights at 10:00pm (ET) repeating at 1:00 am and Sundays at 8:00pm.