MEXICO CITY (AP) — Reggaeton singer Daddy Yankee has told a Mexican newspaper that he's taking music classes — 17 years after he started his career.
The Puerto Rican star says he has been taking classes on keyboards and expects to graduate in another year and a half.
Daddy Yankee tells the newspaper El Universal in a story published Tuesday that he once started music study but dropped it. He says he started up again a few years ago.
He says the formal studies have influenced his performances. "Before, I had to hum the melody to my producers; now I can play it on the keyboard and I feel comfortable, accomplished," he says.
The artist's real name is Ramon Ayala and he is best known for his song "Gasolina."