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King of Kings sure doesn't seem like only Don Omar's second album proper. In the three years since The Last Don, his impressive debut album from 2003, he remained omnipresent. A live album (The Last Don: Live), a couple one-off hits ('Pobre Diabla,' 'Reggaeton Latino'), and an odds-and-ends compilation (Reggaeton Latino) kept him continually at the forefront of reggaeton, as did persistent media attention. Yet indeed King of Kings is only Omar's second album, which only adds to the sense of why it feels like such a remarkable achievement. It's a major statement, for sure, not only because of its bold, contentious title, but also because it's so stylistically ambitious. In theory, sophomore albums are supposed to be commercially safe. They're supposed to reprise what had worked well the first go-round. They usually don't aim to redefine. After all, up to this point in time reggaeton had been a fairly narrow style, generally defined by a trademark rhythm and a couple staple anthems, most of them performed by Daddy Yankee and produced by Luny Tunes. And they're generally suggestive party songs, meant for dancing, or at least the impression of dancing. Well, on King of Kings that general definition of reggaeton is broadened for the better. For one, Omar is not Daddy Yankee, though his popularity is a close second. Unlike Daddy, who tends at best to be party-oriented, Omar is at best a socially conscious lyricist. His songs aren't party fodder; they're deep and worthy of reflection, especially for sociopolitical-minded listeners. But he can fire up the party, too, most evidently on the explosive Beenie Man collaboration 'Belly Danza.' No one in reggaeton is as versatile as Omar, not even Tego Calderón. Secondly, and most importantly in terms of internationality, Omar isn't reliant on the hitmaking assembly line of Luny Tunes, whose production imprint is so integral to reggaeton. Consequently, he is free to experiment with different production styles -- something reggaeton could really benefit from at this point in time, as this is the one major criticism levied at it time and time again: 'It all sounds the same!' Spearheaded by Eliel Lind, the sprawling 18 tracks of King of Kings exhibit a surprising variety; songs like the hit lead single, 'Angelito,' are moody and different-sounding, though still unquestionably reggaeton in style. Clearly, there's a lot to note here on King of Kings, especially from a comparative viewpoint. Taken on its own terms, however, it's one of the rare full-CD-length albums that doesn't drag at points or beg for editing. It's solid, diverse, laden with highlights, and overall, a remarkable achievement for Omar, who lives up to the promise of the hype surrounding him. He may not be King of Kings, literally at least, but he's certainly a strong leader amid the reggaeton movement, and this sophomore album bodes well for the future of that movement. [The CD/DVD edition features bonus songs on an additional CD, as well as music videos on DVD.]
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King of Kings
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 23, 2006
December 19, 2006 (re-edition)
GenreReggaeton, dancehall, bachaton, hip hop, ballad
LabelMachete Music, VI Music
Henry R. Santos
Nesty 'La Mente Maestra'
Nely 'El Arma Secreta'
Yai & Toly (Los Nativos)
Danny Fornaris
Echo & Diesel
Don Omar chronology
Los Bandoleros Reloaded
King of Kings
King of Kings Live
Singles from King Of Kings
  1. 'Angelito'
    Released: May 2, 2006
  2. 'Conteo'
    Released: July 28, 2006
  3. 'Salió El Sol'
    Released: December 2006
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King of Kings: Armageddon Edition re-edition cover
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King of Kings is Don Omar's second studio album. It was released on May 23, 2006,[2] three years after his debut studio album The Last Don. Produced by Eliel, the 18 tracks of King of Kings vary in genre; the lead single, 'Angelito', is moody in reggaeton-style. The album spent 11 weeks at the peak of Billboard Top Latin Albums in 2006.

  • 1Track listing
    • 1.3Armageddon Edition
  • 5Charts and sales

Track listing[edit]

Standard Edition[edit]

#TitleProduction creditsTime
01'Predica (Intro)' (featuring Miri Ben-Ari)Henry Santos & Nesty3:20
03'Ojitos Chiquitos'Fade & Julian, Nesty, Eliel3:49
04'Conteo' (featuring Juelz Santana)Nely & Naldo4:00
06'Tu no sabes'Eliel, Naldo & Echo3:14
07'Candela'Nely & Naldo5:40
08'Salió El Sol'Echo & Diesel5:15
09'En Su Nota' (featuring Mackie Ranks)Yai & Toly3:39
11'Jangueo'Danny Fornaris3:53
12'Bomba'Yai & Toly2:51
14'Belly Danza' (featuring Beenie Man)Echo & Diesel4:05
15'Muñecas de Porcelana'Jorge Laboy3:47
16'Not Too Much' (featuring Zion)Eliel3:31
17'Bailando Sola'Nely2:57
18'Amarga Vida'Roberto Allende2:59

Special Edition[edit]

Download dev2 installer ps2. The special edition of the album was leaked online earlier than its release. Because of it, it was never released into the market. But leaked tracks included:

  1. 'Repórtense (Guitar Remix) (although the song name adds Guitar Remix, the instrument added in the remix is the violin and not the guitar)
  2. 'Ojitos Chiquitos (Rock Remix)
  3. 'Conteo (Single Track without Juelz Santana)
  4. 'Cuéntale (Mix with 'Dile' from The Last Don) Feat. Ivy Queen
  5. 'Tú No Sabes (Reggaeton Remix)
  6. 'Candela
  7. 'Salió El Sol (Remix) Feat. Tres Coronas
  8. 'En Su Nota (Yal & Toly Remix) Feat. Mackie Ranks
  9. 'Angelito (Pop Version)
  10. 'Dile (Remix) Feat. Pitbull (Bonus Track)
  11. 'Pobre Diabla (Remix) Feat. Pitbull (Bonus Track)
  12. 'Infieles (Remix) Feat. La India
  13. 'Muñecas de Porcelana
  14. 'Angelito (Cumbia Remix)
  15. 'Not Too Much (Tainy Remix) Feat. Zion
  16. 'Bailando Sola (Nely 'El Arma Secreta' Remix)
  17. 'Amarga Vida
  18. 'Nunca Había Llorado Así Feat. Víctor Manuelle (Bonus Track)
  19. 'La Copa (Patea) (Bonus Track)

Armageddon Edition[edit]

Main article: King of Kings: Armageddon Edition

Track #1–18 from standard edition, and includes a second disc and DVD.

Disc 2[edit]

  1. 'Intro – El Rey'
  2. 'Ayer La Vi'
  3. 'Adiós'
  4. 'No Sé de Ella 'MySpace' ft. Wisin & Yandel


  1. 'Angelito' [Music Video]
  2. 'Salió El Sol' [Music Video]
  3. 'Belly Danza' [Music Video]
  4. 'Conteo' [Music Video]

Cut Tracks[edit]

These are tracks that never made it to the album yet they exist.

  1. Conteo (Single Track without Juelz Santana)
  2. Tú No Sabes (Reggaeton Remix)
  3. Salió El Sol (Remix) Feat. Tres Coronas
  4. Angelito (Pop Version)
  5. Angelito (Cumbia Remix)
  6. Infieles (Remix) Feat. La India
  7. Nunca Había Llorado Así Feat. Víctor Manuelle
  8. 'La Copa (Patea)

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • King of Kings won the Reggaeton Album of the Year in the Latin Billboard Awards 2007.
  • King of Kings was nominated for Best Urban Album of the Year for the Latin Grammy Awards 2007.
  • The single 'Angelito' won Best Latin Music Video in Premio Lo Nuestro Awards 2007.
  • Don Omar was nominated for Best Urban Artist of the Year in Premio Lo Nuestro Awards 2007.

See also[edit]


  • The song 'Conteo' was featured on the credits and the Soundtrack of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
  • The Music Video of 'Conteo' was featured on the DVD of The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
  • The song 'Salió El Sol' was featured in the game GTA IV.
  • 'Nunca Habia Llorado Asi' was previously featured in Víctor Manuelle's album Decisión Unánime.

Charts and sales[edit]

It debuted in its first week at #7 on the Billboard 200 and #1 on the Latin Billboard Charts. The album peaked on the Billboard 200 at #7, the highest rank in reggaeton history, shared only by Wisin & Yandel's Wisin vs. Yandel: Los Extraterrestres which peaked at #15 and Daddy Yankee's El Cartel: The Big Boss which was #9. And Wisin & Yandel, La Revolucion #07 and Los Vaqueros: El Regreso #08


Chart (2006)Peak
Mexican Albums Chart[3]84
Spanish Albums Chart[4]13
U.S. BillboardTop Latin Albums[5]1
U.S. BillboardLatin Rhythm Albums[6]1
U.S. BillboardTop Rap Albums[7]1
U.S. Billboard200[8]6

Sales and certifications[edit]

RegionCertificationCertified units/Sales
United States (RIAA)[9]Gold500,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone



  1. ^Allmusic review
  2. ^King of Kings cd details at
  3. ^Don Omar -Mexican album chartsArchived March 21, 2012, at the Wayback
  4. ^Don Omar -Spanish album
  5. ^Top Latin Albums for Don
  6. ^'Don Omar Chart History'. Billboard. Retrieved April 6, 2019.
  7. ^Top Rap Albums for Don
  8. ^Billboard 200 Albums for Don
  9. ^'American album certifications – Omar, Don – King of Kings'. Recording Industry Association of America.If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click SEARCH.
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