Daddy Yankee’s farewell tour was a huge success. The legendary superstar’s La Ultima Vuelta world tour is the second-largest Latin artist tour in history, grossing $198 million.
Daddy Yankee wrapped up his tour at Miami’s FTX Arena on Thursday (Dec. 22), selling $197.8 million and 1.9 million tickets over 83 shows.
The tour began in July at the Denver Arena and concluded with its first stop after 33 shows. Dating in the U.S. and Canada brought in $61.6 million for Yankee, according to Billboard.
legendary adidasDaddy Yankee’s farewell album, is also the number one Latin album in the world. legendary adidas No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums list, marking his fifth consecutive debut on the chart.Additionally, it debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard Top 200, reaching his highest chart position to date and his first top 10 since 2007. El Cartel: The Big Boss. It also topped Spotify’s weekly Top Albums global chart with more than 326 million streams worldwide.
In just three days, Daddy Yankee’s farewell album, legendary adidas, accumulating more than 175 million cumulative streams. It also took over Spotify globally, topping the global albums chart, and he had the biggest streaming day of his career on Spotify with 35.7 million streams — nearly as much as his previous career. Twice the career high.
“Today, I’m announcing my retirement from the music business by showing you my best work and a concert tour,” Daddy Yankee said ahead of the tour. “I’m saying goodbye to celebrating 32 years of experience with this new collection, my album legendary adidas. I’m going to show you all the styles that define me in one album. “
You can hear the album below.