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William Omar Landr?n, also known as Don Omar, El Rey, King of Kings, is a Latin Grammy Award-nominated reggaeton singer/rapper. Omar was born on February 10, 1978.
Don Omar is best known for his songs Angelito from the album King of Kings, Dile and Dale Don Dale from his first album The Last Don and Reggaet?n Latino from the album The Chosen Few. His songs usually center around life and love.
William Omar Landr?n is the father of three children. On April 19, 2008 he married Jackie Guerrido. Don Omar is also the owner of All Star Records.
Start of Career
He started his career when Hector Delgado gave him an opportunity to be a backup singer. After that, he sang in a live concert with Hector and Tito in 2003, which was released later as a CD and DVD, and included songs that became instant hits such as Baila Morena and Amor de Colegio.
Debut Album - The Last Don
His debut album, The Last Don, sold over 550,000 units in South America. Both The Last Don and the live edition of it have been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Worldwide, The Last Don: Live [CD & DVD] sold over one million copies, according to the official website. His debut single, Dale Don Dale, sold over 500,000 copies in South America. He received the awards for Latin Pop Album of the Year and New Artist & Latin Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year by the Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2003. The Last Don: Live was also nominated for Urban Music Album at the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards.
Both as a singer and composer, Don Omar has made a significant impact on the Latino and Spanish-speaking market, participating in three sold-out concerts which filled the Canary Island's venues with more than 31,000 fans, and 125,000 in Venezuela.
The first single released from Reggaet?n Latino, Dale Don Dale (Remix), which features rapper Fabolous, debuted at #1 on the crossover chart.He is currently signed to VI Music and Machete Music through Universal Music Latino.
May 2006 - Album King of Kings
Don Omar's May 2006 album King of Kings, became history's highest ranking reggaeton LP in the top 10 US charts, with its debut at # 1 on the Latin sales charts and the #1 spot on the Billboard Latin Rhythm Radio Chart with his single Angelito.. Don Omar was also able to beat the in-store appearance sales record at Disneyworld's Virgin music store previously set by pop star Britney Spears.
With the highest charting debut by a reggaeton artist, Don Omar's King of Kings entered at No. 7 with 74,000, besting Daddy Yankee's No. 24 entry with 2005's Barrio Fino En Directo.
In April 2007, Don Omar received the Latin Billboard award for Reggaeton Album Of The Year for King of Kings.He joins Daddy Yankee as the only reggaeton artists with Platinum albums.The songs Los Bandoleros and Conteo were featured in the movie The Fast and the Furious.
Pioneer in Reggaeton Music
Don Omar continues to expand awareness for reggaet?n music, becoming one of the few artists in this music genre to embark on global tours to some of the largest cities in Europe, U.S. and Central and South America. He self proclaims himself El Rey Del Reggaeton (The King of Reggaeton).
Landr?n participated as in Gilberto Santa Rosa's presentation in an event titled Concierto del Amor, presented in the Madison Square Garden on February 9, 2008. Where he closed the event and performed reggaeton themes.
A third studio album is being recorded by the artist expected to be release in 2008. Rumored guests are Sean Paul, Kat DeLuna, Aventura, Wisin & Yandel, Tito El Bambino, Arcangel among others, the lyrics of the songs will deal with sex, drugs, homosexuality and religion, said Don Omar.
New Record Label
Don Omar has created a new Record Label called Orfanato Music Group, in which Marcy Place, Cynthia, and Rell will take part of. Don Omar's song Sali? El Sol from the album King of Kings: Armageddon Edition is in the game Grand Theft Auto IV by Rockstar Games.