In 1998, Wisin y Yandel got in the rap genre, recording for DJ Dicky's No Fear 3 under the Fresh Production label. In 1999, that same label signed them up and in that same year, they appeared in La Misión, Vol. 1, reaching gold status. The reception was so good that the label produced their first solo album in 2000 titled Los Reyes del Nuevo Milenio. Before that, Yandel was working as a barber while Wisin had already some musical projects in mind.
In 2001, they reappear in La Misión II winning them their second gold record. That year, they also released their second solo album, De Nuevos a Viejos, turning into the best-selling album in the island and giving them their third gold album. La Misión III' came out as successful as its predecessors (backed by the hit song "Dembow"), garnering them their fourth gold album. In that year, they won a "Tu Música" award as the "Most Important Rap & Reggae Duo".
In November 2002, they release their third album titled De Otra Manera. As it was expected, the album got them their fifth gold album. A year later, they released its follow-up called Mi Vida.
In 2004, both of them decided to take a break and go solo. Yandel recorded Quien Contra Mí while Wisin released El Sobreviviente. The latter became a smash-hit, with guest stars such as Daddy Yankee and Alexis y Fido.
In 2005, they released their latest album titled Pa'l Mundo. They appear in the new Daddy Yankee CD, Barrio Fino en Directo. More Info Here