Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado (born May 2, 1991), better known by his stage name Farruko, is a Puerto Rican singer and songwriter. He rose to fame collaborating with heavyweight artists such as Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Don Omar, and J Álvarez. He came to prominence in 2010 with his debut studio album, El Talento Del Bloque. He has been the lead singer or featured on top-performing songs including “Krippy Kush,” “Inolvidable,” “Quiereme,” and “Calma (Remix).” Farruko has collaborated with many artists including Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott, Ricky Martin, and Wisin & Yandel. Here are all of Farruko’s albums ranked.
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6. El Talento del Bloque (2010)
“The album in which Farruko’s incredible musical evolution materializes (before falling on Trap). Spectacular audio quality and production. A talent matured in its maximum expression through what is percified as many and intense hours of work in the study.”
5. TMPR: The Most Powerful Rookie (2012)
“TMPR is a great example of the new successful reggaetón artist that are actually keeping the music alive. Farruko is definitely one of the most talented artist in the business. He comes when reggaetón was on life support. He brings the newest / best producers with him and a unique talent that lacked for awhile.”
4. TrapXFicante (2017)
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3. Visionary (2015)
“The album in which Farruko’s incredible musical evolution materializes (before falling on Trap). Spectacular audio quality and production. A talent matured in its maximum expression through what is perceived as many and intense hours of work in the study.”
2. Farruko Presenta: Los Menores (2014)
“Great artist, great album. Farruko has been growing in popularity really fast. This album shows off his talents for the genre of reggaeton. I recommend it if you follow this genre of music.”
1. Gangalee (2019)
“Another album that is great by Farruko, he is one of the best in the genre of reggaetón, even though he is not my favorite I bought this album because I appreciate that he works hard and is constantly coming out with new material”