Top 10 similar words or synonyms for guayando

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for guayando

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Los Hermanos Rosario In 1980, Los Hermanos Rosario recorded their first single "Maria Guayando" which quickly caught the attention of the public. They decided to move to the capital city and released their first album thus resulting in great success. Their first album contained these hit titles: "Las Locas," "María Guayando," "Vengo Acabando," "Bonifacio," y "El Lápiz."
Nicky Jam After his first album, he continued working in the music industry, where he met Daddy Yankee when they were recording with Guatauba and DJ Playero. Daddy Yankee asked Rivera to work with him. During the late 1990s and early 2000s, they became friends and formed the unofficial Daddy Yankee and Nicky Jam duo, also known as Los Cangris. They created many commercially successful singles including "Sabanas Blancas", "Guayando", "Sentirte" and many others. They also worked together on the album "Los Super Amigos" in 2000, which was never released. In 2001, Daddy Yankee released "El Cartel II: Los Cangris", which Rivera took a small part in. Due to personal issues, they ended their friendship in 2004 and stopped working together. Rivera continued working as a solo artist and created many commercially successful singles. In 2012, after many years of splitting apart, they both recorded "El Party Me Llama" from the album Prestige and confirmed they had both settled their disagreements from years prior.
El Disco Duro In December 2016, Daddy Yankee had a special series of sold-out concerts in the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum on 3, 4, 16 and 17 December with Nicky Jam in commemoration of the year they became friends, in 1996. They collaborated on various songs and forged a great friendship until 2004, when they fell out over Nicky Jam's drug problems and behaviour. In 2011, Nicky apologized in person for his behavior, after which they became friends again and recorded a bonus track for the album "Prestige", released in 2012. After Nicky's international success with his hit single "El Perdón", he and Yankee began working together more frequently and in October 2016 they announced concert dates in Puerto Rico. The shows' main characteristic was the importance given to old school reggaeton tracks that were performed, including a DJ Playero songs medley, "Cógela Que Va Sin Jockey" ("Más Flow", 2003), "Tu Caldo" ("Blin Blin, Vol. 1", 2003), "Segurosqui" ("Los Homerun-es", 2003), "No Me Dejes Sólo" ("Barrio Fino", 2004), "Saoco" (with Wisin, "El Sobreviviente", 2004) and their collaborations "En La Cama" ("Haciendo Escante", 2001) and "Guayando" ("El Cangri.com", 2002).
Daddy Yankee In 2002, "El Cangri.com" became Ayala's first album with international success, receiving coverage in the markets of New York City and Miami with hits including "Latigazo", "Son Las Doce", "Guayando" and other songs like "Enciende", which talks about different social problems of the era, mentioning 9/11, corruption and religion. In 2003, Ayala collaborated for the first time with the prestigious reggaeton producers Luny Tunes in the album "Mas Flow", with his commercial success song "Cógela Que Va Sin Jockey" (a.k.a. "Métele Con Candela"). In 2003, Daddy Yankee released a compilation album named "Los Homerun-es", which contains his first charted single ("Segurosqui"), five new songs and 12 remakes of DJ Playero's albums songs. that was later charted, "Seguroski", being his first charted single after six of them. "Barrio Fino" was released in 2004, and the album received numerous awards, including Lo Nuestro Awards and a Latin Billboard, as well as receiving nominations for the Latin Grammy and MTV Video Music Awards. "Barrio Fino" performed well in the sales charts of the United States, Latin America, Europe, and Japan, and it is one of the most important reggaeton albums in the history of the genre.