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Reggaeton

Most popular artists in Reggaeton

This chart is based on the monthly listeners metric for all artists tagged with the genre reggaeton by Spotify. It may contain some errors or some data may not be up to date. You can check the artist profile to update data if necessary.

# Artist Monthly Listeners Followers
1
66,813,153
83,785,853
2
57,962,075
36,707,844
3
57,664,113
48,535,210
4
53,970,986
34,167,417
5
51,947,382
22,298,039
6
43,648,541
34,003,219
7
43,447,372
36,862,400
8
43,293,929
12,378,732
9
42,201,854
15,402,708
10
39,049,546
13,774,960
11
38,256,035
11,835,749
12
36,039,642
15,856,810
13
34,950,161
36,490,373
14
31,740,667
14,841,329
15
29,900,030
1,023,277
16
29,650,190
7,836,719
17
28,606,659
18,836,309
18
25,537,993
2,489,334
19
24,779,717
14,641,278
20
24,657,446
4,478,694
21
24,541,301
22,622,204
22
22,860,579
2,199,587
23
22,150,301
2,698,739
24
21,051,722
7,791,820
25
20,704,598
359,251
26
20,474,890
12,059,986
27
19,850,645
7,261,451
28
19,646,039
4,336,924
29
19,203,148
2,868,085
30
19,170,127
8,814,723
31
19,034,807
5,478,113
32
19,017,201
7,461,520
33
18,813,860
4,618,927
34
18,736,131
4,204,420
35
18,482,867
7,649,639
36
16,358,257
6,242,239
37
15,595,938
3,728,903
38
15,557,773
1,147,939
39
15,235,780
363,295
40
15,152,698
4,905,943
41
14,645,693
336,998
42
14,439,170
10,236,091
43
14,270,543
402,372
44
14,007,563
9,080,410
45
13,965,386
1,397,642
46
13,621,807
2,174,327
47
13,619,744
5,288,547
48
13,383,482
11,264,437
49
12,820,188
4,469,163
50
12,552,126
7,835,411
51
12,524,051
9,179,028
52
12,384,854
4,420,826
53
12,089,261
4,163,952
54
12,039,605
9,594,799
55
11,342,541
6,834,317
56
10,264,755
459,458
57
9,984,830
6,138,618
58
9,957,122
4,726,543
59
9,679,681
3,985,958
60
9,341,152
536,852
61
9,280,464
7,143,404
62
9,154,726
6,720,889
63
9,096,074
2,606,796
64
8,379,095
2,418,379
65
8,039,686
3,916,315
66
8,001,304
1,819,127
67
7,911,066
2,872,520
68
7,793,514
1,812,743
69
7,524,617
4,353,185
70
7,396,098
5,473,720
71
7,354,199
870,292
72
7,178,912
3,922,591
73
6,930,488
6,276,740
74
6,757,147
5,631,154
75
6,684,397
3,174,557
76
6,592,476
571,492
77
6,431,479
1,048,413
78
6,257,088
9,425,771
79
6,039,971
604,484
80
5,962,955
1,413,104
81
5,730,466
1,951,449
82
5,551,232
2,475,131
83
5,512,778
120,676
84
5,490,327
7,568,180
85
5,441,972
4,356,266
86
5,433,203
465,526
87
5,347,160
177,510
88
5,295,460
2,177,950
89
5,261,669
5,402,481
90
5,173,158
457,350
91
5,158,815
797,600
92
5,148,591
5,201,912
93
5,126,046
1,900,958
94
5,090,029
5,243,952
95
5,051,121
138,701
96
5,038,832
1,354,039
97
5,026,565
1,532,497
98
4,976,118
870,295
99
4,925,682
343,981
100
4,328,639
2,004,643
101
4,256,865
3,058,629
102
4,197,768
1,426,975
103
3,985,280
1,629,441
104
3,949,098
43,963
105
3,769,653
3,170,372
106
3,769,507
186,541
107
3,743,365
136,145
108
3,416,644
1,605,431
109
3,405,958
1,156,656
110
3,405,263
1,157,686
111
3,385,386
302,256
112
3,380,450
1,291,423
113
3,316,985
3,355,020
114
3,232,027
1,882,589
115
3,170,616
17,518
116
3,042,799
525,444
117
3,015,412
196,860
118
3,009,010
625,174
119
2,923,637
549,778
120
2,684,082
1,270,266
121
2,676,068
315,063
122
2,506,443
1,071,786
123
2,473,875
170,253
124
2,468,428
2,672,355
125
2,461,105
720,246
126
2,309,855
861,150
127
2,272,593
345,415
128
2,214,313
677,170
129
2,201,666
706,488
130
2,106,887
872,464
131
2,059,504
1,145,543
132
2,025,599
97,685
133
2,015,113
184,646
134
2,000,254
70,599
135
1,988,704
137,077
136
1,959,458
3,213,656
137
1,944,775
52,919
138
1,736,564
273,205
139
1,639,658
1,024,559
140
1,612,761
411,251
141
1,561,621
333,615
142
Henry Mendez
1,524,064
154,750
143
1,436,933
209,881
144
1,424,254
904,420
145
1,286,275
2,064,319
146
Makano
1,182,346
648,645
147
Golpe a Golpe
1,156,564
506,961
148
Yampi
1,070,911
319,849
149
1,013,701
19,465
150
Rayo & Toby
1,009,998
485,280
151
Pasabordo
990,946
832,174
152
Valentino
990,910
165,628
153
J-King y Maximan
965,931
251,679
154
Johnny Prez
954,878
199,357
155
Eddie Dee
874,145
520,443
156
Dyland & Lenny
855,116
560,481
157
Yomo
817,819
1,015,858
158
Tempo
795,272
998,735
159
Eddy Lover
779,275
483,713
160
Dragon & Caballero
779,130
562,559
161
Magnate
778,692
479,147
162
Wiso G
777,098
74,961
163
Los De La Nazza
773,245
461,887
164
Jowell
764,413
219,917
165
749,926
179,916
166
Benny Benni
746,726
350,653
167
Pusho
722,927
730,922
168
Sir Speedy
710,700
60,380
169
Toby Love
685,607
684,121
170
Don Chezina
660,222
419,047
171
Jadiel el Incomparable
657,910
86,839
172
Divino
654,026
652,924
173
Anonimus
575,150
434,837
174
Erre XI
570,505
256,804
175
Magnate Y Valentino
532,827
748,106
176
Pipe Calderón
527,281
156,873
177
Carlitos Rossy
523,372
280,760
178
Jamsha
503,434
184,613
179
Cheka
502,692
533,271
180
Falo
485,564
63,789
181
Yelsid
482,928
254,431
182
Guelo Star
458,928
162,217
183
Alberto Stylee
448,812
397,169
184
Wise "the Gold Pen"
372,748
96,364
185
Galante "El Emperador"
346,813
244,231
186
Chyno Miranda
309,531
1,647,459
187
Gadiel
285,929
610,160
188
Tony Lenta
282,517
192,883
189
Xriz
261,394
158,214
190
Lito y Polaco
186,760
298,667
191
Baby Ranks
171,869
114,897
192
Cruzito
155,113
135,759
193
John Eric
153,979
140,767
194
DJ Blass
152,680
63,698
195
D.OZi
148,703
227,933
196
Wibal Y Alex
140,555
217,108
197
Las Guanabanas
123,375
86,557
198
Endo y Lele
122,485
153,898
199
Polaco
110,016
158,058
200
Miguelito
101,273
137,702
201
Gocho "El Lápiz De Platino"
100,613
5,876
202
Guanabanas
99,538
39,365
203
Mexicano
86,766
98,655
204
Jadiel
80,142
1,209,523
205
Lui-G 21+
76,999
108,242
206
Maicol y Manuel
76,231
71,642
207
Mario VI
76,093
70,652
208
Gerry Capo
71,101
15,005
209
Jowell Y Randy Feat. Delagettho
67,297
154,492
210
Vico C
57,698
513,614
211
Maximus Wel
55,421
135,603
212
Pacho y Cirilo
39,457
135,262
213
Kartier
38,683
93,717
214
OG Black y Master Joe
37,767
18,089
215
Andy Boy
36,810
235,584
216
Juno "The Hitmaker"
34,506
76,391
217
Maicol & Manuel
33,145
47,174
218
MC Ceja
29,108
64,611
219
Angel Doze
23,029
90,531
220
Arcangel & De La Ghetto
21,087
77,953
221
Jowell & Randy Feat. De La Ghetto (Single)
7,245
50,577
222
Notty Play
5,315
43,429

Some info about reggaeton

Reggaeton, a vibrant and pulsating musical genre, has remarkably reshaped the landscape of Latin music and gained international prominence over the past few decades. It roots back to the late 1980s and early 1990s in Puerto Rico, where it evolved from reggae, dancehall, and hip-hop, absorbed with Puerto Rican influences. The genre primarily emerged from the marginalized urban communities, serving as a voice for the youth dealing with issues such as racism, class struggles, and identity.

Originally coined as "underground" music in Puerto Rico, the initial reggaeton tracks were often distributed informally through swapped cassettes and CDs. This genre is characterized by its rhythmic style derived from the Panamanian reggae en Español, with a distinctive dembow beat, a riddim pattern inspired by dancehall. The beat’s infectious groove is a hallmark that makes reggaeton instantly recognizable.

Over the years, reggaeton has expanded its influence beyond Puerto Rico and has become a phenomenal cultural force across Latin America, particularly in countries like Colombia, Venezuela, and Panama, and gradually making waves in North American metropolises populated by Latin American communities. It has even seen increasing popularity across Europe in countries such as Spain and Italy.

One cannot discuss reggaeton without acknowledging Daddy Yankee, often cited as the "King of Reggaeton". With his breakout hit "Gasolina" in 2004, Daddy Yankee catapulted the genre onto the global scene. This track was instrumental in introducing reggaeton’s energetic beats and catchy melodies to a worldwide audience, earning the genre significant airplay on mainstream music platforms and television channels.

Another instrumental figure is Don Omar, known for hits like "Dale Don Dale" and "Bandolero". Together with Daddy Yankee, he has helped to popularize reggaeton and has significantly influenced its sound and global reach. Nicky Jam, with a career resurrection marked by the hit "El Perdón", and J Balvin, whose style blends reggaeton with various other musical genres, have made substantial contributions as well.

Reggaeton has been remarkably adaptable, blending with other genres such as bachata, R&B, and trap, showcasing the versatility and evolving nature of the genre. This adaptability is evident in the cross-genre collaborations that have become commonplace in recent years. Artists like Bad Bunny and Ozuna have taken reggaeton to new heights, infusing it with modern sounds and broadening its appeal to a global audience.

Furthermore, female artists like Karol G and Natti Natasha are rewriting reggaeton's narrative, often dominated by male voices. They bring fresh perspectives and empowerment themes, contributing to the genre’s diversity and relevance.

Despite facing criticism for perpetuating stereotypes and sexism, reggaeton Artists and producers are increasingly addressing such issues, fostering a more inclusive and socially conscious environment. As reggaeton continues to evolve, it remains a dynamic testament to cultural expression, resilience, and identity in the Latin music scene, thriving not just as a genre but also as a global movement capturing the hearts of millions.