? Name of the Puerto Rican reggaeton singers Juan Luis Morera Luna (Wisin) and Llandel Veguilla Malav (Yandel), were born respectively in 1978 and 1977 in the town of Cayey, southern Puerto Rico. Also known as W & Y, the duo of history and the dynamic duo, are among the most prominent representatives of reggaeton, a musical subgenre of reggae and dance descendant of hip hop began to become popular in the late 1990, and whose lyrics often motivated by their strong polemics racist, violent or overtly sexual. In his hometown, working as a hairdresser Wisin, Yandel while studies had been completed and theatrical interpretation. On issues shared the same musical tastes, and soon started recording the scene compilations albums in some subjects. In 1998 participated in the album No Fear 3, produced by DJ Dicky; one years later, in the compilation The Mission, Vol 1, edited by the label Fresh Production. The success of this compilation (which reached gold disc) has to produce the album Los Reyes del Nuevo Milenio, first album of Wisin y Yandel. From that moment the duo landed a success after another. Continue to publish new issues in successive editions of The Mission and recorded three new albums: From Old to New (2001), My Life ... My Life (2003) and Otherwise (2004). The three were gold disc. His musical career still in its infancy was also recognized with the award for best duo Your Music rap and reggaeton, which was awarded in 2002. While they were in a sweet moment, there was speculation about a possible separation of the duo when, in 2004, appeared on Survivor and Wisin Who me? by Yandel, first solo album. The sales figures were also highlights, but also feared the divorce was never disclosed in his biography. Wisin y Yandel 2005, as, or more united than before, presented Pa'l Mundo. Included songs that became popular immediately, and as Rakata Noche de Sexo. Ultimately, it won another resounding success that the album was nominated for the Billboard Awards. The duo announced that same year the creation of his own label, WY Records, which published the following year, and Los Vaqueros Los Vaqueros Wild Wild Mixes (remix of the previous); counted for recording collaborations with prominent figures of reggaeton. Songs like the phone and I love you were immensely popular. Success was 2010 Lost Edition, a compilation of previous tracks. Their significance within the genre is such that the sum of the components of the duo and the undisputed Don Omar is known as the Bermuda Triangle of Reggaeton. They have begun to call the aliens, which was also the title of an album with new songs that launched in 2007. His discography success came in 2008 to join Los Extraterrestres Reloaded: Another Dimension (in September 2008 had sold ten million copies) and Wisin & Yandel: La Mente Maestra.