Dale Don Dale

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"Dale Don Dale"
Remix cover
Single by Don Omar featuring Glory / Fabolous
from the album The Last Don and Da Hitman Presents Reggaetón Latino
Released February 2003 (Album Version)
(see release history)
Format Digital download, CD single, 12" single
Recorded 2003; Album version, 2005; Remix
Genre Reggaeton
Length 3:22 (Album version)
3:35 (Remix featuring Fabolous)
Label Machete Music, Universal
Writer(s) William Landrón
Fabolous (Remix only)
Producer(s) Luny Tunes, Cheka, Noriega, Swizz Beatz (Remix only)
Don Omar featuring Glory / Fabolous singles chronology
"Dale Don Dale"
(2003)
"Dile"
(2004)

"Dale Don Dale" (English: "Hit It Don Hit It") is the first single from Don Omar's debut album, The Last Don released in February, 2003. The album version features female reggaeton singer Glory. Being the album's first single, Dale Don Dale received massive promotion on radio stations of Puerto Rico. The official remix features rapper Fabolous was released digitally on November 22, 2005 and included on the 2005 compilation album Da Hitman Presents Reggaetón Latino. The original version of the song has sold over 100,000 copies in Latin American countries as of December 2005.[1] It was nominated for "Best Latin/Reggaetón Track" at the 22nd Annual International Dance Music Awards in 2007, which was ultimately won Shakira and Wyclef Jean with their number one single "Hips Don't Lie".[2][3] Ivy Queen performed the song while on tour in Chile in 2007.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2003-05) Peak
position
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[4] 1
US Billboard Tropical Songs[5] 21
US Billboard Latin Songs[5]
Remix featuring Fabolous
39
US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[5]
Remix featuring Fabolous
89

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
United States February 2003 Radio premiere
(Album Version)
Machete Music
November 22, 2005 Digital download
(Remix)[6]
January 10, 2006 12" single[7]

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Preceded by
"Pastillas de Freno" by Estopa
Spanish Singles Chart number-one single
August 28, 2004
Succeeded by
"Sick and Tired" by Anastacia