Plan B (duo)

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Plan B
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Chencho (l.) und Maldy (r.)
Background information
Also known asThe Panic, El Duo Del Sex, Chencho & Maldy, Los Que La Montan, Los Nenes Del Blin Blin
Born (1982-02-19) February 19, 1982 (age 37)[1] (Chencho)
(1980-07-29) July 29, 1980 (age 38)[2] (Maldy)
Origin Puerto Rico
Years active1999–present
LabelsOne Star Entertainment (1999–2003)
Genio Records (2000–2003)
Boy Wonder (2004–2005)
Pina Records (2005–present) at the Wayback Machine (archived March 12, 2016)

Plan B is a Puerto Rican reggaeton duo, consisting of Chencho (real name Orlando Javier Valle Vega, born in Guayama, Puerto Rico) and Maldy (Edwin Vázquez Vega, born in Guayama, Puerto Rico), who are co-working cousins.[3] At an early age they had an attraction to Reggaeton music; all their efforts finally began to pay off when they met the famous music producer, DJ Blass, who gave them two the opportunity to participate in a Reggaeton compilation album called @ria 51: Aliados Al Escuadron and released their first recording "Voy Subiendo" in 1999.[4] At the time they were called "The Panic" until after their song "Plan B" (feat. Guelo Star) from the album Reggaeton Sex Vol. 2 (2000), also produced by DJ Blass.[5][6] It had everyone wondering 'Plan B' and then Chencho and Maldy dropped their original names in early 2001 and Plan B was born. They further continued their careers in the genre by participating in compilation and live albums from DJ Blass like Triple Sexxx (2001), Reggaeton Sex Live (2001), Sandunguero Vol. 1 (2001), and eventually Reggaeton Sex Crew (2002).

In 2002 they rose to fame, and released their first studio album, called El Mundo del Plan B: Los Que la Montan. It featured collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Speedy, Rey Pirin, Great Kilo, Guelo Star, and other artists and producers. Chencho and now Maldy are both producers, Chencho has his own record label by the name plagio of Chencho Records, Maldy has his, Maldy Records. They released their second album in 2005 called Los Nenes Del Blin Blin. Maldy's album, released in 2007, was named Reggaeton De Markesina. The duo released their third album in 2010 called House of Pleasure and released singles from the album such as "Si No Le Contesto" and Es Un Secreto. Finally, the duo released their fourth album in 2014 called Love and Sex and worked with artists like Alexis & Fido, J Alvarez, Tego Calderón, Zion & Lennox, Clandestino y Yailemm, and Amaro.

They have been featured in many productions including Luny Tunes & Noriega: Mas Flow (Song: Tu Sabes), DJ Sonic's "Los Abusadores", "Guatauba XXX". DJ Blass from Guayama, Puerto Rico, produced many of their songs including hits like "Frikitona", "Mencionando Tu Nombre", "Plan B", and more.


Studio albums[edit]



  • 2006: La Trayectoria
  • 2007: Reggaeton de Markesina
  • 2007: House of Pleasure: The Mixtape 2007
  • 2007: Interstate 69: The Road to Pleasure (Hosted by DJ Sin-Cero)
  • 2010: Live in Concert Tampa FL
  • 2010: House of Pleasure: The Mixtape 2010

Collaboration albums[edit]

Charting singles[edit]

Title Year US

"Frikitona" 2006 41 16
"Si No Le Contesto" 2010 38 26 6
"Es Un Secreto" 2011 16
"¿Por Qué Te Demoras?" 31
"Te Dijeron" 2012 39 2
2013 31 19 30
"Candy" 2013 31[6] 33
"—" denotes that a recording did not chart.

Music Videos[edit]

  • Amiga
  • Amor de Antes (featuring Amaro, Ñengo Flow)
  • Bellaqueo
  • Buscando Calor
  • Candy
  • Chica Ven
  • Dejame Hablarte (Tony Touch featuring Plan B, Soni)
  • Ella Se Contrdice (Baby Rasta & Gringo featuring Plan B)
  • Es Un Secreto
  • Fanatica Sensual
  • Frikitona
  • Frikitona (Chosen Few Remix) (featuring Trick Daddy, Trina, LDA)
  • Guatauba
  • La Formula Sigue
  • Me Arrepiento
  • Mencionando Tu Nombre / Yo La Tuve (featuring Great Kilo)
  • Mi Vecinita
  • No Puedo Estar Sin Sex
  • No Quiero Grilletes
  • Perreandote
  • Provocando Un Orgasmo
  • Sabado Rebelde (Daddy Yankee featuring Plan B)
  • Solos (Tony Dize featuring Plan B)
  • Solo Te Llame (featuring Amaro)
  • Si No Le Contesto
  • Si No Le Contesto (Remix) (featuring Tony Dize, Zion & Lennox)
  • This Is The Chosen Few
  • Te Dijeron
  • Tu Sabes
  • Tuve Un Sueno (RKM & Ken-Y featuring Plan B)
  • Temprano Abre Su Closet
  • Te Lo Tiro Pa' Que Bailes
  • Ya Regrese (featuring Amaro)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Latin Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2016 "A Donde Voy" (Cosculluela featuring Daddy Yankee)[A] Best Urban Song Pending [8]

Billboard Latin Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2016 Themselves Latin Rhythm Songs Artist of the Year, Duo or Group Nominated [9]
Latin Rhythm Albums Artist of the Year, Duo or Group Won


  1. ^ Chencho is nominated as songwriter.


  1. ^ "PLAN B on Twitter: "Muchas felicidades Chencho!! Noche para celebrar junto a #LaSociety"". Twitter. 2016-02-19. Retrieved 2016-10-27.
  2. ^ "Maldy @maldysociety (@maldysociety) - Instagram photos and videos". Instagram. 2016-07-30. Retrieved 2016-10-27.
  3. ^ "Plan B reggaeton (Chencho & Maldy)". Reggaeton Online. 2008-04-08.
  4. ^ "@ria 51 – Aliados Al Escuadron (1999) - ZDPMusic". ZDPUnderground. Retrieved 2015-01-02.
  5. ^ "Reggaeton Sex 2". GoogleTeo. 2013-02-09. Retrieved 2015-01-02.
  6. ^ a b "Reggaeton Sex Vol. 2 (2000) - ZDPMusic". ZDPUnderground. Retrieved 2015-01-02.
  7. ^ a b c "Chart history for Plan B". AllMusic. Retrieved 24 October 2013.
  8. ^ "NOMINEES 17th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards". Retrieved September 28, 2016.
  9. ^ "Billboard Latin Music Awards 2016: See the Full Winners List". April 28, 2016. Retrieved September 28, 2016.

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