He dedicates a lot of his time to the Corazon Guerrero Foundation, which provides help to high-risk youths.
As of 2008, he is working to open up an orphanage in Santo Domingo.
He is a spokesperson for the Red Cross in Hispanic communities all over the United States.
In Puerto Rico, he launched a campaign to equip 16 schools with computers and other supplies.
He has black eyes and black hair.
In Febuary of 2008, he started the Big Boss Tour.
He is best friends with reggaeton artist Nicky Jam.
He is married to Mirredys Gonzalez. He has three children.
In 2006, he made is on Time magazine's 100 most influential who are shaping the world.
He owns the label El Cartel Records.
At first, Daddy Yankee wanted to be a Major League Baseball player.
He was shot in the leg when he was 16.
He has a younger brother named Nomar.
He remixed the song Tempted To Touch by Rupee.
His dad was a salsa percussionist.
He stands at 5'11".
Daddy Yankee started his first American and Latin America reggaeton music tour on August 27th, 2005.
Daddy Yankee's fame comes from the hit song "Gasolina", from his 2004 album, "Barrio Fino". The album has sold over 1,000,000 copies in Puerto Rico alone and has also sold well in the United States and Europe.
Daddy Yankee started to rhyme and sing at the age of 13.
Daddy Yankee has beef with Don Omar, and bashes him in some of his songs.
He has appeared on over 70 albums.
He is sometimes referred to as El Cangri.
Daddy Yankee's albums include Albums
No Mercy, El Cartel, El Cartel II,
Los Homerun-Es Vol. 1, Barrio Fino
Ahora Le Toca al Cangri Live with DJ, Nelson, Barrio Fino En Directo, El Cartel: The Album.
Daddy Yankee was nominated for MTV's Video Music Awards for best hip hop music video but lost to the Black Eyed Peas.
He hosts Daddy Yankee On Fuego, a syndicated radio show from ABC Radio Networks.
Daddy Yankee has started his own clothing line named DY.
He has teamed up with Reebok to have his own shoes and sporting goods.
His album Barrio Fino sold over 1,000,000 in Puerto Rico alone.
He rapped at private parties organized by friends in his neighborhood, the Villa Kennedy housing project in San Juan.
Daddy Yankee: I'd rather be the tail of a lion than the head of a mouse.
Daddy Yankee: I've always dreamed of touring by myself. We're introducing reggaeton to the masses now. We've been doing this for the last 13 years, so for the Latin community this is not new. But this tour is not just for the Latin community. It's for everybody.
Daddy Yankee: I'm from the crime capital, And the air smells like death that eats everything that lives. If it was up to me I would reunite every gang in the name of the fearless people that have fallen. I am a valiant man who's just asking you to stop spilling innocent blood.
Daddy Yankee: I'm representing for Latinos all over the world. ... This ain't a one-hit-wonder thing. It's just the beginning. And it's a special moment for me and my culture.