Universal Music Latino
It's a down-and-dirty dance number that melds traditional island rhythms with a techno-friendly undercurrent and bright synthesizer melodies.
The song was originally released late last year as part 'Don Omar Presents: Meet the Orphans,' which showcases new songs by the Puerto Rico-born Omar, as well collaborations with a number of the Latin urban artists on his record label.
Omar, along with Daddy Yankee and others, is one of the primary faces and souls of Reggaeton, a relatively new term for music that blends reggae with with contemporary hip-hop and electronic elements.
Omar helped take the music from Latin neighborhoods into the American mainstream with a number of hit singles, as well as his 2006 record 'King of Kings,' which debuted at the top of Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart.
Listen to Don Omar's 'Taboo' on AOL Radio's New Reggaeton/Urbano First station.