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"Grito Mundial"
Single by Daddy Yankee
from the album Mundial
Released October 8, 2009 (Airplay)
October 20, 2009 (Digital)[1]
Format Digital download
Recorded 2009
Genre Worldbeat, Latin pop, Reggaeton, Samba
Length 3:04
Label Interscope Records
El Cartel Records
Writer(s) R. Ayala
Producer El Musicólogo and Menes
Daddy Yankee singles chronology
"El Ritmo No Perdona (Prende)"
"Grito Mundial"

Grito Mundial (English: Shout Out Worldwide ) is the lead single from Daddy Yankee's upcoming studio album Mundial released on October 20, 2009.[2]



Before to "Grito Mundial", "El Ritmo No Perdona (Prende)" was released, back later he explained that was just to give the fans a little taste of his new album Mundial. The song was produced by El Musicólogo and Menes "Los de la Nasa", and was released on October 8, 2009.[3]

The song has been compared with Ricky Martin's worldwide hit "La Copa de la Vida", and Yankee it said he would like that the song to be used for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, as use "La Copa de la Vida" on the 1998 FIFA World Cup, it has been made clear it will be used.[4]

Music videos

Yankee in the music video for "Grito Mundial".

Promotional version

The same day of song premiere, he released the song in his internet page with a video. It is not the official music video of Grito Mundial. But it is a video released with the song for the time being.

Official version

The official music video was filmed late October, 2009 on stadium La Bombonera in Argentina, just when sports clubs Boca Juniors and Chacarita were playing and they had to lengthen the pause between first and the second time until the end of filming.[5] The team consisted of about 150 members that joined efforts between Puerto Rico, United States, Argentina and Brazil, where he performed the second part of the filming of "Grito Mundial" in the Tavares Bastos favela. It was directed by Carlos Pérez and Elastic People.[6] It was premiered on January 20, 2010.[7][8][9]


Chart (2009) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs 24[10]
U.S. Billboard Latin Rhythm Songs 7[10]
U.S. Billboard Tropical Songs 7[10]
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Songs 25[10]


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