11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In 2006, Don Omar appointed himself reggaetón’s reigning “King of Kings” and has backed up the boast with revolutionary videos, stadium shows, and a larger-than-life persona. In 2009, Omar elevates himself beyond mere royalty; welcome to the iDon era. Omar addresses the minions with trademark fury, as if gazing beyond the dance floor and aiming for the world’s biggest stage. “Chosen One” is Omar on performance-enhancing technology, employing electro touches to his arsenal. “Virtual Diva” is a crossover smash hit, stepping outside reggaetón’s confines and into pop. iDon is Omar’s most ambitious argument that he wants to be more than the leader at Urban Latino radio. He wants it all — reggaetón, dance, hip-hop, pop — and he wants it now.

EDITORS’ NOTES

In 2006, Don Omar appointed himself reggaetón’s reigning “King of Kings” and has backed up the boast with revolutionary videos, stadium shows, and a larger-than-life persona. In 2009, Omar elevates himself beyond mere royalty; welcome to the iDon era. Omar addresses the minions with trademark fury, as if gazing beyond the dance floor and aiming for the world’s biggest stage. “Chosen One” is Omar on performance-enhancing technology, employing electro touches to his arsenal. “Virtual Diva” is a crossover smash hit, stepping outside reggaetón’s confines and into pop. iDon is Omar’s most ambitious argument that he wants to be more than the leader at Urban Latino radio. He wants it all — reggaetón, dance, hip-hop, pop — and he wants it now.

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