-------------------------------------------------------Dj Magic Marlon | Reggaeton---------------------------------------------------------Dj Magic Marlon Arcangel J Alvarez  Plan B  Alexis Y Fido Zion Y Lennox Rakim Y Ken Y  Pina Records Dj Nelson Baby Rasta Y GringoDavid El Titerito Diambulante Julio Voltio Guanabanas Bigboy Don Chezina Daddy Yankee Farruko Jory Wisin Yandel De La Ghetto Don Omar Houston J Balvin Austin San Antonio Dallas Miami New York Puerto Rico New Jersey Los Angeles The name reggaeton only gained prominencein the mid-1990s (from the 1994 to 1995 period), with the Dem Bow beat characterizing the genre; this is in contrast to the more reggae, dancehall and hip hop-derived tracks previously created. The name was created in Puerto Rico to signify the hybrid sound, and distinguish it from the previous Spanish reggae, created from the years of mixing the different genres. 2004 was the year that reggaeton gained widespread popularity in the United States and non-Hispanic Europe. Tego Calderon was already getting some airplay in the U.S. and it was very popular in the youth market. Daddy Yankee's "El Cangri.com" became popular that year in the U.S., as did Hector Y Tito. Luny Tunes y Noriega's Mas Flow was well received and Kilates, La Mision, Yaga y Mackie with Sonando Diferente, Tego Calderon with El Abayarde, Los Homerunes De Yankee, Desafio, Motivando a La Yal By Zion y Lennox, La Conspiracion, and others were popular as well. Then in July 16 ,2004, Daddy Yankee came out with his album "Barrio Fino" and his hit single "Gasolina." Another artist who contributed to reggaeton's increasing popularity, especially in Europe, is Don Omar, with singles like "Pobre Diabla" and "Dale Don Dale." Other very popular reggaetón artists include Alexis & Fido, Angel & Khriz, Nina Sky, Nicky Jam, Zion & Lennox, RKM & Ken-Y, Voltio, Calle 13, Héctor "El Father", Ivy Queen, Wisin & Yandel, and Tito "El Bambino".