Daddy Yankee Net Worth

As of 2016, Daddy Yankee Net Worth is estimated to be $18 million. He is not only rich but also a talented Singer, actor, producer and screenwriter. Also known as Ramon Luis Ayala Rodriguez, Yankee mostly prefers Reggaeton music style, which indeed has helped him in gaining popularity.

Before being involved in the music industry, Daddy Yankee aspired to become a professional baseball player. However one day he accidentally got shot with an Ak-47 rifle, after which he could not opt for a professional basketball career. Later he admitted that if this incident had never happened then he would have never realized his true potential as a singer.

Till now the singer has reportedly sold over 10 million copies of his various albums, including “El”(2002) and “Barrio Fino”(2004).


daddy yankee Net Worth

Years Active1991–present
Birth PlaceSan Juan, Puerto Rico
Height5 ft 7 in (1.702 m)
SpouseMireddys González

Daddy Yankee Net Worth

YearDaddy Yankee Net Worth
2017$18 million
2016$ 17 million
2015$ 16 million
2014$ 15 million

Income in-between 2016 and 2017 was estimated to be near $ 3 million.

His albums:

  • King Daddy II (NA)
  • King Daddy (2013)
  • Prestige (2012)
  • Mundial (2010)
  • El Cartel: The Big Boss (2007)
  • Barrio Fino (2004)
  • El (2002)
  • No Mercy (1995)


Personal Life:

Yankee (Birth name: Ramón Ayala Rodríguez) was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on February 3, 1977. He spent his formative years in Villa Kennedy Housing Projects.

Yankee has maintained his privacy and thus his personal life is not much open to the general public. In his interviews, one can rarely see him speaking about it. However, in 2006 Ramon made an exception and went on to talk about his wife and children in one interview. He made it quite clear that he is still in the game just because he has never allowed temptations to overrule his personal life, which indeed was the main reason being other’s downfall. He became a father at a tender age of 17, so it completely changed his perception towards life.