King of Kings (album)

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King of Kings
Studio album by Don Omar
ReleasedMay 23, 2006
December 19, 2006 (re-edition)
Recorded2005–06
GenreReggaeton
LabelMachete Music, VI Music
ProducerEliel
Henry R. Santos
Nesty "La Mente Maestra"
Nely "El Arma Secreta"
Naldo
Yai & Toly (Los Nativos)
Danny Fornaris
Echo & Diesel
Don Omar chronology
Los Bandoleros Reloaded
(2006)
King of Kings
(2006)
King of Kings Live
(2007)
Singles from King Of Kings
  1. "Angelito"
    Released: May 2, 2006
  2. "Conteo"
    Released: July 28, 2006
  3. "Salió El Sol"
    Released: December 2006
Alternative cover
King of Kings: Armageddon Edition re-edition cover
 
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King of Kings
Studio album by Don Omar
ReleasedMay 23, 2006
December 19, 2006 (re-edition)
Recorded2005–06
GenreReggaeton
LabelMachete Music, VI Music
ProducerEliel
Henry R. Santos
Nesty "La Mente Maestra"
Nely "El Arma Secreta"
Naldo
Yai & Toly (Los Nativos)
Danny Fornaris
Echo & Diesel
Don Omar chronology
Los Bandoleros Reloaded
(2006)
King of Kings
(2006)
King of Kings Live
(2007)
Singles from King Of Kings
  1. "Angelito"
    Released: May 2, 2006
  2. "Conteo"
    Released: July 28, 2006
  3. "Salió El Sol"
    Released: December 2006
Alternative cover
King of Kings: Armageddon Edition re-edition cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3.5/5 stars[1]

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. Songs in this album are deep and worthy of reflection, especially for sociopolitical-minded Latinos. But it also includes songs that can fire up the party, most evidently on the explosive Beenie Man collaboration "Belly Danza." Spearheaded by Eliel, 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. King of Kings: Armageddon Edition is the deluxe re-release of Don Omar's King of Kings released on December 19, 2006.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Standard Edition[edit]

#TitleProduction creditsTime
01"Predica (Intro)" (featuring Miri Ben-Ari)Henry Santos & Nesty3:20
02"Repórtense"Nesty3:30
03"Ojitos Chiquititos"Nesty & Eliel3:49
04"Conteo" (featuring Juelz Santana)Nely & Naldo4:00
05"Cuéntale"Eliel4:21
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
10"Angelito"Eliel4:44
11"Jangueo"Danny Fornaris3:53
12"Bomba"Yai & Toly2:51
13"Infieles"Eliel4:24
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]

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)
  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]

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

DVD[edit]

  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]

Notes[edit]

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

Charts[edit]

Chart (2006)Peak
position
Mexican Albums Chart[4]84
Spanish Albums Chart[5]13
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums[6]1
U.S. Billboard Top Rap Albums[7]1
U.S. Billboard 200[8]6

Sales and certifications[edit]

RegionCertificationSales/shipments
United States (RIAA)[9]Gold500,000^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

References[edit]

Preceded by
Borrón y Cuenta Nueva by Grupo Montéz de Durango
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
June 10, 2006 – July 8, 2006
July 29, 2006 – September 2, 2006
Succeeded by
Amar es Combatir by Maná