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Wisin & Yandel Present Their New Album on Sunday in Miami, Live on mun2 and mun2.tv

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Wisin & Yandel, otherwise known as El Duo de la Historia, have certainly lived up to the nickname. Roughly translated, it marks them as the greatest duo in history.

They've blazed new trails throughout their career, first in the reggaeton world, and then branching out into the urban and pop realms. And if you need further proof, just consider some of their more recent colabs, featuring the likes of English-language hitmakers like T-Pain, 50 Cent, and Akon.

Wisin & Yandel extend the legacy this Sunday, January 23, linking up with bilingual cable network mun2, a lifestyle network aimed at America's young, bicultural Latinos. The nextwork will air a listening session wherein the Puerto Rican tag team gives fans a special preview of their brand-new album, Los Vaqueros: El Regreso.

The special is the first of its kind. A lucky group of 50 fans (chosen by local radio station Mega 94.9FM) will join Wisin & Yandel in person as they present this special sneak peek at their eighth studio record while fans at home watch it all via live national television or online stream at mun2.tv.

And as if that weren't enough, fans can actually interact with Wisin & Yandel directly via the website, sending in questions and getting immediate responses from the duo during the show.

The Wisin & Yandel special will air from 4 to 5 p.m. EST this Sunday.

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