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"Con Calma"
Daddy Yankee - Con Calma.png
Single by Daddy Yankee featuring Snow
Language
  • Spanish
  • English
English title"Calmly"
ReleasedJanuary 24, 2019 (2019-01-24)
Format
RecordedEarly 2017 – October 2018[1]
Genre
Length3:12
LabelEl Cartel
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Play-N-Skillz
Daddy Yankee singles chronology
"Adictiva"
(2018)
"Con Calma"
(2019)
Snow singles chronology
"Shame"
(2014)
"Con Calma"
(2019)
Music video
"Con Calma" on YouTube

"Con Calma" (English: "Calmly") is a song by Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee featuring Canadian rapper Snow. The single was released on January 24, 2019 by El Cartel Records alongside a music video directed by Marlon Peña and filmed in Los Angeles and Toronto, which features a Memoji (Animoji) of Daddy Yankee dancing with a crew. The track is a reimagination of Snow's 1992 single "Informer". The song was written by Daddy Yankee, Snow, and Juan "Gaby Music" Rivera, and was produced by American production duo Play-N-Skillz and co-produced by David "Scott Summers" Macias. A remix version featuring American singer Katy Perry was released on April 19, 2019.

It has been described as an uptempo reggaeton and dancehall song with lyrics about "a woman who works her feminine charms and dances very well". Commercially, the song topped the charts of 17 countries and reached the top 10 of 11 others. In the United States, it peaked at number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100—becoming Snow's first entry after 25 years—and at number one on the Hot Latin Songs chart. Across Europe, the single peaked at number one in Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain, and reached the top five in Belgium, Poland, Switzerland, and Slovenia. The song also became the longest-reigning number-one on the Argentina Hot 100, with nine weeks.

Background[edit]

"Con Calma" was written by Daddy Yankee, Snow, and Juan "Gaby Music" Rivera, and was produced by American production duo Play-N-Skillz and co-produced by David "Scott Summers" Macias.[2][3] Previously, Daddy Yankee and Play-N-Skillz worked together on the singles "Not a Crime" (2016) and "Azukita" (2018),[4][5] while Gaby Music co-wrote Daddy Yankee's Latin Grammy Award-winner song "Dura" (2018) and served as recording engineer on 2017's Latin Grammy Award for Record of the Year "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee.[6]

Play-N-Skillz came out with the concept of "Con Calma" during early 2017 and recorded a drum loop, while songwriter Máximo Mundial helped them with the chorus idea. A month later in Los Angeles, the duo showed the project to Daddy Yankee, who was about to record another track but decided to change his plans.[1] The original version of "Con Calma" only featured vocals by Daddy Yankee, who told the producers that the song "needed [a] surprise factor" because they "had to pay tribute to the main author."[1] Play-N-Skillz got in touch with a Miami-based man called Juan Vibras, who was working with independent label Rich Music and connected them with Snow.[1] He recorded a verse, which was sent to Daddy Yankee, who "loved it."[1] Snow and his manager Paul Farberman had been working on devising a comeback since 2017 in order to reintroduce him on music charts through a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music and a series of "Informer" remixes scheduled to be released by Radikal Records in New Jersey and Roton Music in Romania.[7]

Daddy Yankee told Apple Music that Snow's 1992 single "Informer" was "one of [his] favorite songs growing up, and to do this the right way [he] needed the guy to be on the record."[8] He added that "you got to give honor to a classic in order to make a new version of it," and after showing it to Snow, he replied that he would "100% be on the song."[8] Daddy Yankee described the situation as "a Canadian and a Puerto Rican making Jamaican music, two pioneers, two people pushing the cultures."[8] He wanted to "transmit the best energy and freshness in both dance and music, unifying the music of [his] teen years with today's modern sound."[9]

Daddy Yankee told Billboard that he chose to release "Dura" in 2018 instead of "Con Calma" and added that the former "opened up a new musical horizon and gave [him] the opportunity to stamp [his] signature."[1] "Con Calma" went through several production and arrangement changes until October 2018, when Daddy Yankee called Play-N-Skillz to tell them that the song was going to be released "in the next couple of months."[1]

Snow's "Informer" spent seven consecutive weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and was the 10th best-performing song of 1993 on that chart.[10][11][12] The track was inducted to the 1999 edition of The Guinness Book of Records as "the biggest-selling reggae single in US history."[13] Snow stated that he did not think that "Informer" would be a hit and added that "it is amazing that the song is listened to again after 25 years."[14] He added that "a lot of people made covers before, but Daddy Yankee took it and made something different with his flow."[14] He had a positive reaction to the reworked lyrics, in which there is no mention of themes in "Informer" such as Snow's imprisonment nor his problems with authorities of Toronto, Canada.[14][15] Daddy Yankee and Snow did not meet for the song's recording nor the filming of the music video.[14]

Remix version[edit]

"Con Calma (Remix)"
Daddy Yankee & Katy Perry Feat. Snow - Con Calma (Remix) (Official Single Cover).jpg
Remix by Daddy Yankee and Katy Perry featuring Snow
Language
  • Spanish
  • English
ReleasedApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Format
  • Digital download
  • streaming
Genre
  • Reggaeton
  • dancehall
Length3:01
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
  • Play-N-Skillz
  • Daddy Yankee
Katy Perry singles chronology
"365"
(2019)
"Con Calma (Remix)"
(2019)

At some point after March 20, 2019, Daddy Yankee was "looking for the surprise factor" but thought that featuring "someone from the urban culture [would have been] predictable." California-based businessman Charles Chavez, American rapper Pitbull's manager from 2007 to 2015, connected Play-N-Skillz with American singer Katy Perry.[1][16] Less than 24 hours later, the duo flew from Miami to Los Angeles to work on the remix version with Katy Perry, who ended up recording all her vocals in one night.[1]

On April 12, 2019, less than three months after the release of the original version, Hits magazine posted a rumor about Capitol Records working on a remix featuring English-language verses performed by Katy Perry.[17] Five days later, Daddy Yankee posted an Instagram video of himself listening to Perry's lines and asking his fans when should it be published.[18]

The remix version was written by Daddy Yankee, Snow, Juan "Gaby Music" Rivera, and Katy Perry, and was produced by Play-N-Skillz and Daddy Yankee and co-produced by David "Scott Summers" Macias.[19] Edmond Daryll Leary, Michael Grier, Shawn Leigh Moltke, and Terri Moltke received songwriting credits for their work on "Informer".[19]

Composition[edit]

"Con Calma" is an uptempo reggaeton and dancehall song with a length of three minutes and twelve seconds.[7][8][20] It has been referred to as a remake, reimagination or cover version of Snow's 1992 reggae single "Informer".[2][7][8][9] Madeleine Marr of Miami Herald's Miami.com described the lyrics as about "a woman who works her feminine charms," while Camile Roldán Soto of El Nuevo Día stated that the track is about "a girl who dances very well."[9][14] Jessica Roiz of Billboard described the song as Daddy Yankee and Snow "praising a girl's dance moves."[21] Celia Fernandez of O, The Oprah Magazine wrote that the single is about "a guy calmly watching a girl dance the night away at the club."[22] The chorus was described by Fernandez as Daddy Yankee "liking how [a girl] moves and looks when she is on the dance floor."[22]

Release and reception[edit]

"Con Calma" was made available for digital download and online streaming on January 24, 2019 by Daddy Yankee's record label El Cartel Records under exclusive license to Universal Music Latin.[8] Daddy Yankee encouraged people on social media to take part of the Con Calma Challenge, which consists of uploading a video dancing to the song, in order to promote the single.[23] Shortly after the song's release, Paul Farberman reported that "there's talk of Snow going on tour with Daddy Yankee later this year."[7]

Suzy Exposito of Rolling Stone described the track as a "brilliant and maximalist pop song" and referred to Snow's verse as a "delightful nostalgia bomb."[24] Jon Caramanica of The New York Times wrote that the single is a "gratuitously catchy Spanish-language update of a gratuitously catchy song."[25]

The remix version with Katy Perry was released to digital retailers and streaming platforms on April 19, 2019 by El Cartel Records and Capitol Records.[18][26] It was released to contemporary hit radio in the United States on April 23, 2019.[27]

Forbes contributor Jeff Benjamin criticized the remix version by stating that Katy Perry's Spanish-language lines are "quite simple sentences."[28] He also opined that her new lyrics "teeter into some tired Hollywood stereotypes about Latin culture," such as the word "spicy" being used for "fetishizing Latinx women or playing off an idea that Latinx people have quick tempers."[28] Benjamin also criticized the song's opening by writing that "[Katy Perry] purring "Ay, Daddy!" feels more eye roll-worthy than sexy."[28] He compared the track's treatment to 2017's "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee when a remix featuring Canadian singer Justin Bieber "took [the song] to the next level."[28] He concluded the review by saying that "these few missteps with the lyrics and a lack of Perry interacting deeper with the Latin hit could stall this remix from gaining the true crossover success it clearly aims to capture."[28]

Suzy Exposito of Rolling Stone wrote that "[Katy Perry] makes a charming throwback to her Teenage Dream days [...] and purrs a little bit of Spanish for good measure, but moans of 'Ay Daddy... ¿Cómo te llamas, baby?/A little mezcal got me feelin’ spicy' leave an awkward impression on both Yankee and Perry fans alike."[24] She referred to the remix version as "weird" and stated that "Perry may be a pop chameleon, but her verses make for a cultural mismatch [...] and evoke the age-old Carmen Miranda tropicalism we should have left in the fifties."[24] Jon Caramanica of The New York Times stated that the involvement of Katy Perry in the remix version was the "biggest surprise" of an eventual English-language version of the song "in the contemporary pop climate."[25] Caramanica expressed that he was not surprised by her opening verse being a "cross-cultural flirtation" and described Perry's version of the chorus as "awkward."[25]

Frida Garza of Jezebel website gave a negative review of the song, stating that "whoever approved this Katy Perry remix [...] might actually be trying to sabotage her career" and wondering if an AI wrote the first three lines of her opening verse.[29] Garza concluded by saying that "[Perry] hoped to insert herself into something that has proven to be popular with the least amount of effort possible, really to the detriment of both herself and this perfectly good Yankee song."[29] On the other hand, Liz Calvario of Entertainment Tonight wrote that "['Con Calma'] just got better" with the remix version, which was described as "catchy."[30] Marco Salazar of E! Online referred to the collaboration as "epic" and asked for the release of a music video.[31]

Commercial performance[edit]

In the United States, "Con Calma" debuted at number six on the US Hot Latin Songs chart, becoming Daddy Yankee's 26th top 10 on the list and his highest debut since "Despacito" on February 4, 2017.[22][32][33] It also became his third number-one on the US Latin Digital Songs chart after selling 10,000 downloads on its first full tracking week.[34][35][36] "Con Calma" peaked at number one on Hot Latin Songs on May 4, 2019, becoming Daddy Yankee's sixth number-one on the list, and remained there for three weeks.[32][37][38] It has also topped the US Latin Digital Song Sales and Latin Streaming Songs charts for six and four weeks, respectively.[35][39]

On the US Billboard Hot 100, the song debuted at number 90 on the week ending February 9, 2019, becoming Daddy Yankee's 11th chart entry and Snow's first since 1993 and his third overall.[40][41][42] The original version peaked at number 48 on March 30, 2019.[43] After the release of the remix version with Katy Perry, the song peaked at number 30 on May 25, 2019, becoming his fourth highest-ranking title on the chart, as well as Perry's 21st top 30.[41] It has also peaked at number 11 on Digital Songs after selling 13,000 downloads on the week ending May 4, 2019.[44]

Internationally, the original version topped the charts of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Italy, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela, and reached the top 10 in Austria, Belgium, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, and Switzerland. It has also reached the top 50 in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, Poland, Slovakia, and Sweden. In Snow's native Canada, the song has reached number 16 on the Canadian Hot 100 and became his first entry on the chart since its inception in 2007.[45] "Con Calma" was certified triple platinum by the Spanish Music Producers (PROMUSICAE), double platinum by the Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana (FIMI), and gold by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique (SNEP) and Music Canada.[46][47][48][49]

The song topped the Argentina Hot 100 for nine consecutive weeks, becoming the chart's longest-running number-one since its inception on October 13, 2018.[50]

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Con Calma" was directed by Dominican filmmaker and director Marlon Peña, who had previously worked with Daddy Yankee on clips including "Mayor Que Yo" (2005), "Shaky Shaky" (2016), and "Hielo" (2018), among others.[51][52][53] Filming took place in Los Angeles and Toronto.[20] The official music video on YouTube was released on Daddy Yankee's channel on January 24, 2019.[54] It features an Animoji version of a younger Daddy Yankee named Sikiri.[9][55] The character dances alongside a dancing crew from Chapkis Dance Family wearing sweatshirts and long pants throughout the entire music video, while Daddy Yankee and Snow have brief appearances during their respective verses.[14] The dancers were choreographed by Greg Chapkis and Dylan Michael.[56]

Live performances[edit]

Daddy Yankee performed "Con Calma" live for the first time at the 31st Lo Nuestro Awards on February 21, 2019 in Miami.[57] He became the first Hispanic act to perform on American late-night talk show The Late Late Show with James Corden on March 20, 2019, where he sung the track.[58] The following day, Daddy Yankee performed it at the 1st Tu Música Urbana Awards at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico.[59] He also performed it on YouTube's digital newfront event Brandcast at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City on May 2, 2019.[60] Daddy Yankee and Katy Perry performed the remix version at the finale of the 17th season of reality competition American Idol on May 19, 2019.[61]

An European concert tour named after the single will launch on May 31, 2019, and will include 15 concerts across eight countries.[62]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from Tidal.[3]

  • Play-N-Skillz – producers
  • Juan Rivera "Gaby Music" – songwriting
  • Snow – songwriting, vocals
  • David Macias "Scott Summers" – co-producer
  • Daddy Yankee – songwriting, vocals

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Canada (Music Canada)[49] Gold 40,000^
France (SNEP)[48] Gold 100,000*
Italy (FIMI)[47] 2× Platinum 100,000double-dagger
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[46] 3× Platinum 120,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Version Label Ref.
United States January 24, 2019 Original El Cartel [8]
April 19, 2019 Remix
  • El Cartel
  • Capitol
[26]
April 23, 2019 Contemporary hit radio [27]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Chart peaks in Canada, Croatia, the United Kingdom, and the United States measure combined data between the original and the remix version.

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