Puerto Rican reggaeton star Daddy Yankee and Dominican singer Prince Royce will infuse with Latino energy a concert on June 17 at Vistalegre Palace in Madrid, the organizers said.

Daddy Yankee and Prince Royce will then take the show to Barcelona on June 30.

The repertoire expected of Daddy Yankee includes some of his greatest hits like "Gasolina," "Rompe," "Lo que Paso, Paso," along with "Lovumba," "Llegamos a la Disco" and "Limbo," from his latest disc "Prestige."

It's also likely that the self-described "Chief" of reggaeton and Prince Royce will do "Ven Conmigo" as a duo.

"The Prince of the Bachata," for his part, has claimed fame during his brief career for such hits as "Stand by Me," originally popularized by the legendary Ben E. King, and "Corazon sin Cara," which topped the charts for several weeks last year.

Royce also staged a successful tour in 2011 in the United States with Spain's Enrique Iglesias and Cuban-American rapper Pitbull.

That same year Royce recorded with Mexican rock group Mana a bachata version of "El Verdadero Amor Perdona," a song that made the list of the 10 most listened-to numbers on Spanish radio.

Other renowned performers who have appeared at Vistalegre Palace in the Spanish capital include Bon Jovi, Marc Anthony, Romeo Santos, Vicente Fernandez, Pitbull, Depeche Mode and many more. EFE