Checkout the below listed latest and best top 10 best Reggaeton songs of all time 2017, Reggaeton songs are a genre of music that did originate in Puerto Rico in the late 1990’s. It is a type of music that is strongly influenced by hip hop and Latin American and Caribbean music. Some of the vocals can include rapping and singing. What are some top 10 best Reggaeton songs of all time? Read on.
Here we present the list of top 10 best Reggaeton songs of all time 2017.
10. “El Ritmo No Perdona (Prende)” — Daddy Yankee
Daddy Yankee has been dubbed the reigning king when it comes to Reggaeton. He started the revolution with music in early 2004 with the delivery of Gasolina. Daddy Yankee is also not the artist named Pitbull. They are two separate singers all together. “El Ritmo No Perdona (Prende)” by Daddy Yankee is a single that comes from this album titled Daddy Yankee Mundial was released on July 1, 2009, and the title translated in English means The Rhythmn Does Not Forgive, Turn It On.
9. Tocarte Toa – Big Yamo (featuring Natya)
Tocarte Toa is another fine Reggaeton song of high caliber and it is a song that was recorded by the artist called Big Yamo. The recording label is the same name as that of the artist as well. Tocarte Toa is every inch a fine and top of the line Reggaeton song for all of the right reasons. The release date was 2013 and it is a single from the album called Solo Exitos.
8. Los Mate – Tego Calderon
Los Mate is a fine Reggaeton song by the artist named Tego Calderon. Los Mate does come from the artist’s album titled The Underdog/El Subestimado that was recorded in 2006 and released on August 15, 2006. It was the album’s main single and went on to become a Reggaeton hit on its own. The single was released on sort of two labels. These two labels was one called Jiggin Records, which is Tego Calderon’s own label, and Atlantic Records.
7. No Quiere Novio – Nejo (featuring Tego Calderon)
Some may call No Quiere Novio by Nejo and featuring Tego Calderon to be somewhat of a controversial choice. However, when you do hear a fine Reggaeton piece, it is one that you aren’t likely to forget and that is what No Quiere Novio is all about. It is fine and definitive Reggaeton in every way. What does make this song stand out is the full usage of Spanish and the beat that is out of this world.
6. Not The Way – Gregory Isaacs
Not The Way by Gregory Isaacs is surely every inch fine and best Reggaeton music possible. Not The Way is a single that comes from Isaacs album titled Night Nurse. Night Nurse was a studio album that was recorded at Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston, Jamaica, and released in 1982. This record has several notable tracks on it and that includes Not The Way.
5. I Shot The Sheriff – Bob Marley
I Shot The Sheriff by Bob Marley is one of those Reggaeton songs that make you happy just to listen to it. Bob Marley was an artist who inspired not just good music with his talented voice and presence. He also recorded some truly awesome songs that were part of his repertoire and what he was known for singing the most of overall. I Shot The Sheriff was recorded in April of 1973 and it was released in 1973. Bob Marley did write this song and it was also a song that has been sung by other artists as well. Besides Marley’s rendition of the song, there was also one put out by the Wailers, and also one done by Eric Clapton.
4. Santeria – Sublime
Santeria is a song that was recorded by the artist called Sublime. Sublime is an American ska punk band and they used this single as part of their album released in 1996 called Sublime. Santeria was then released as a single song, all on its own, on January 7, 1997. Santeria, as well as, What I Got, are two of the band’s most signature of all songs that they did record. The two of these leading single songs were both recorded after the death of the lead singer of the band and that lead singer’s name was Bradley Nowell. The song’s lyrics does tell the story of a jealous ex boyfriend of a woman who is planning revenge against her new boyfriend.
3. Welcome To Jamrock – Damian Marley
Welcome To Jamrock is an album by Damian Marley. Welcome To Jamrock is everything that fine reggae music is supposed to be about and does represent in essence. The album is Grammy Award winning and was recorded in 2005 at Lion’s Den, in Miami, Florida. It was released on September 12, 2005 in the United Kingdom and on September 13, 2005 in the United States. The singer of Welcome To Jamrock is the youngest song of legendary Bob Marley.
2. Dy’er Mak’er – Led Zeppelin
Dy’er Mak’er was a single song that was recorded by the famous English rock band called Led Zeppelin. It was on their 1973 album called Houses of the Holy and the title of the song itself is a play on words for the word “Jamaica.” The play on words is supposed to be all about the way that a British person does say the word “Jamaica” in their own native kind of way and voice. The song is meant in every way to imitate reggae and Led Zeppelin does a good job with this tune that came out during the early 1970’s.
1. No Woman, No Cry – Bob Marley
One of the most adored, as well as, truly appreciated songs by the great Bob Marley is no other than the single called No Woman, No Cry. No Woman, No Cry was both recorded and released in 1975. This song first became known in 1974 with a studio album called Natty Dread. The live version of this song was done by Bob Marley and the Wailers in 1975. The song was taken from Marley’s own album called Live! and became a single on its own. It was a song that did personify all that best Reggaeton is supposed to be in every way.
Reggaeton songs are special songs that combine lots of wonderful elements. They do indeed make for a great listening enjoyment experience. Some of the songs listed here are the best from the rest Reggae-style speaking that is.