San Juan, Mar 5 (EFE).- Reggaeton sensation Daddy Yankee is recovering satisfactorily from the meniscus surgery he underwent Tuesday in Puerto Rico, according to a communique released by his agent.
The rapper's orthopedist, Peter Trautmann, said the surgery "was successful" and that his team is very pleased with the outcome of the operation performed on Raymond "Daddy Yankee" Ayala.
Trautmann also said the reggaeton star will be away from the footlights for three weeks while recovering from the surgery.
Representatives of Daddy Yankee said that the artist of such hits as "Gasolina," "Rompe" (Break), "Somos de Calle" (We're from the Street), "Llegamos a la Disco" (Arriving at the Disco), and "Pose," will restart his career on March 30 with a concert in the Guatemalan city of Puerto San Jose.
They also announced that the Hindi version of the song "Lovumba" by the Puerto Rican artist went on sale Tuesday over iTunes.