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WISIN Y YANDEL SHOOT VIDEO FOR UPCOMING SINGLE FEATURING 50 CENT
March 13, 2009

 

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WISIN & YANDEL SHOOT VIDEO
 FOR UPCOMING SINGLE FEATURING 50 CENT
 
 "MUJERES EN EL CLUB"
TO IMPACT RADIO AND VIDEO IN LATE MARCH
 
NEW ALBUM, "LA REVOLUCION", IN STORES MAY 26
 
NEW YORK, NY (March 12, 2009): Latin music's top selling urban artists Wisin & Yandel just wrapped a two day video shoot for their upcoming single "Mujeres en el Club" featuring none other than top selling rapper 50 Cent.
 
50 Cent recorded on the duo's hot upcoming single which impacts Latin radio in late March and is part of their upcoming album "La Revolución", in stores May 26. 
 
With this new single and album, Wisin & Yandel, intend to revolutionize the music industry with their unique brand of Latin urban music.  "La Revolución" features songs with a fusion of genres and styles as only Wisin & Yandel can deliver them and marks a natural evolution for the duo that have so far enjoyed a ten year career replete with number one hits, multi-platinum certifications, sold out venues and prestigious awards.
 
The video for "Mujeres en el Club" was directed by Jessy Terrero in a gritty, urban abandoned warehouse in Brooklyn and portrays a city that has been destroyed, leaving Wisin, Yandel and 50 Cent as the only living survivors.  The video is expected to premiere in late March.
 
Their 2007 album "Wisin vs. Yandel, Los Extraterrestres" won a Grammy® for Best Latin Urban Album (2009) and a Latin Grammy® for Best Urban Album (2008).  Billboard Magazine named it the #1 Latin Album of 2008 (Sales and Air Play).  The duo currently has seven Latin Billboard Award nominations and four Premio Lo Nuestro nominations and their latest single "Me Estas Tentando" is #1 on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs Chart.
 
In the past year alone, Wisin & Yandel have sold out the Staples Center and Madison Square Garden in the US, filled to capacity 12 concerts in Mexico and performed to an audience of 175,000 in Venezuela.  This month they take their tour to Mexico and the Dominican Republic, and shows are selling out in record time.  In Mexico City, they sold out the prestigious Auditorio Nacional and have just opened up a show a few days later at the Palacio de Deportes, which holds 18,000 people.