Farruko Songs Ranked

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 songs ranked.

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10. Lejos de Aqui (Farruko Presents: Los Menores, 2015)

“For me it is undoubtedly the best album by Farruko, full of great songs and rhythms, it is a must buy for lovers of the urban genre.”

9. 6 AM (La Familia B Sides, 2013)

“Awesome song. Love the lyrics & music. Great collaboration between Balvin & Farruko. They sound fabulous together. My new favorite song.”

8. Piquete (TMPR: The Most Powerful Rookie, 2012)

“The album that materializes Farruko’s incredible musical evolution (before falling into Trap). Spectacular audio and production quality. A talent matured to its maximum expression through what is perceived as many intense hours of work in the studio.”

Farruko – T.M.P.R. The Most Powerful Rookie (2012, CD) - Discogs

7. Nena Fichu (El Talento del Bloque, 2010)

“What I look for in Reggaeton and Latin music is…will the music make me want to get up and dance. Farruko never fails to deliver. Love his music, the instruments used to make his music, and the rhythm. Well done Farruko.”

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6. Llegamos a la Disco (For busy people, 2020)

“Farruko was just beginning his musical career and this video hit his career very hard, which prompted him to take the lead, and today one of the greatest hits of the genre”

5. Pa’ Romper la Discoteca (Pa’ Romper la Discoteca (Remix), 2016)

“I’m a metalhead .. but I recognize that there are reggaeton songs that have a lot of quality .. and the production of this song is epic! That synth sounds beautiful”

Farruko - Farruko Presenta Los Menores - Amazon.com Music

4. Web Cam (El Talento del Bloque, 2010)

“I bought this album with reservations due to the musical genre, but what was my pleasant surprise that it is not only full of reggaetón, it is an exploration of various rhythms of the urban genre and with one or another ballad, excellently produced, a quality that is noted in each song.”

3. Titerito (TMPR: The Most Powerful Rookie, 2012)

“The music makes you feel good, and every time I hear one of the tracks, I just want to get up and dance. This helps pass the day when I driving home from work in traffic.”

2. Cositas Que Haciamos (Cositas Que Haciamos, 2011)

“Farruko is the bomb, his music is an inspiration, and the bass is outrageous ounce I heard the album I immediately loaded it to my phone and made my number one for workouts. It just makes wanna dance.”

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1. Besas Tan Bien (Musica Dominicana 2015, 2015)

“Normally I don’t listen to Spanish music, but by chance I came across Farruko and can’t stop listening to this album. He has a really beautiful voice that you can’t get enough of and his songs are just awesome! thumbs up”