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No Mercy (Daddy Yankee album)

No Mercy
Daddy Yankee
Released April 2, 1995
Recorded 1994-1995
Genre Reggae/Dancehall
Label White Lion, BM Records
Producer DJ Playero, Nico Canada
Daddy Yankee chronology

No Mercy
(1995)
El Cartel
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

No Mercy is the debut studio album by Puerto Rican reggaeton performer Daddy Yankee and was released in April 1995 by independent labels White Lion Records and BM Records.[2] Daddy Yankee made the album alongside Reggaeton pioneer DJ Playero. This album had rhythms of Hip-Hop, Reggae and Dancehall. Both artists were inspirations of Daddy Yankee. During this time, Daddy Yankee was known as "Winchesta 30-30" or "Winchesta Yankee". After his completion of "No Mercy", he began to sell his cassettes in various stores and clubs, and performing for free in high school dances and private parties. After his mild success of "No Mercy", many producers and artists began to work with him, taking then the name "Daddy Yankee".

Track listing

# Title Featured Guest(s) Producer(s) Length
1 Prelude Opus Yankee (Intro) DJ Playero & Nico Canada 2:22
2 Run Come Follow Me DJ Playero 4:18
3 Chica Interesada DJ Playero 4:01
4 They Cry DJ Playero 4:18
5 Busca Una Yale DJ Playero 3:40
6 Oh My God! DJ Playero & Nico Canada 4:31
7 Dan De Dan DJ Playero & Nico Canada 3:40
8 La Soledad Angel & Mariam DJ Playero & Nico Canada 4:38
9 Conserva Tu Figura B.F. Yaviah & Gomy Man DJ Playero & Nico Canada 5:07
10 Shout Outs DJ Playero & Nico Canada 2:39
11 Raza Unida DJ Playero 6:51

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