The greats of urban music are saying goodbye and they are going to join Daddy Yankee Wisin and Yandel, after two decades they decide to end their musical career. The Puerto Rican duo Wisin y Yandel announced an extensive tour of North America and Puerto Rico, ‘The Last Mission Tour’.
“We want to close this cycle as it should be,” said Yandel, who said he felt “very happy, very complete.”. According to Yandel, this separation occurs due to family commitments and due to projects they have as soloists. “Ours is happy, it has energy, and that is what we will do on tour”promised Wisin, alluding to the tour that will pass through 26 cities and will conclude in style on December 2 at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum of Puerto Rico, in San Juan.
It was in Bolivia where the singer Wisin suffered a spectacular incident by one of the concertgoers and that is that while he was singing, one of the fans threw a cell phone at him that just hit him in his private partswhich caused the singer to complain for a moment of pain but in an instant he quickly recovered and continued with the show.
This happened because minutes before, another fan had performed the same action, Wisin took the cell phone and recorded himself for a moment and then returned the equipment to the ownerHowever, the trick did not go well for the other fan, as the singer went through a painful moment.
Exact moment of Wisin’s blow. Photo: Instagram @wisinyyandel
Some of the comments left by the incident were, “Who was a cell phone to touch you there”, “People are past, What a regret”. “One attends these events is to enjoy them. Not to fight and form rows. If there is no positive attitude or you don’t like the artist, don’t go. And they let others have a good time ”,“ If the singer were a woman, she would make a mess. Anyway”.
Bogotá will be one of the cities included in the “Last Tour” of the dynamic duo, the date to see these music icons and say goodbye properly is next July 15. Tickets range from 110,000 pesos to 500,000 pesos, and boxes for 10 people from 3,500,000 pesos to 5,500,000 pesos.
With 47 singles at the top of the Billboard charts, in addition to a Grammy award and two Latin Grammys, among other awards received during their career, Wisin y Yandel will say goodbye to the stage, at least in the way their fans know them. fans, as they are expected to continue doing what they do best separately.
“In the beginning it was just a notebook and a dream”, Wisin recalled when looking at the beginnings of the duo in the town of Cayey, in the central and mountainous area of Puerto Rico, from where they developed a career that led them to be applauded throughout Latin America.