Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny only rose to fame in the last few years, but he has since become one of the most followed names in reggaetón today. After a prolific 2020 and a tease-filled 2021 for his upcoming fourth album, it looks like El Conejo Malo is finally ready to release his next project – and reveal its title.
Bad Bunny released 3 albums in 2020
2020 has been a pivotal year for Bad Bunny. He performed at the Super Bowl halftime show alongside Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, and released his second album YHLQMDLG few weeks later. The album was a success, featuring hit songs such as “Yo Perreo Sola” and “Safaera”.
Bad Bunny will release two more albums in 2020: Las que no iban a dirty and El Ultimo Tour del Mundo. He released singles in 2021 including “Yonaguni” and “De Museo”. and in early 2022, he begins his first of two tours of the year: El Último Tour del Mundo, in support of the album of the same name.
Later in 2022, he will perform on the World’s Hottest Tour in support of his upcoming fourth album.
Bad Bunny has teased his new album, supposedly titled “Un Verano Sin Ti”
Bad Bunny has remained tight-lipped about his upcoming album, but it looks like he’s gearing up for its release. In April 2022, an announcement was published on the site ClasificadosOnline listing Bad Bunny’s Bugatti for $3.5 million. The ad was posted by Benito Martinez Ocasio – Bad Bunny himself.
The list included a phone number with a San Juan area code indicating that calls only were accepted. When you dial the number it starts playing a low quality clip of a new song and after 45 seconds it hangs up abruptly.
Some people even received text messages after the calls ended, allegedly from Benito himself. “There’s only a short time left until the album is released,” it read. “I can’t tell you the date, but I can tell you the name: A Verano Sin Ti.” The title translates to “A summer without you.”
Bad Bunny makes its Hollywood debut in 2022
Bad Bunny has a busy 2022, with an album release on the horizon and another tour. He will also make his big screen debut this summer alongside Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock in the film. High-speed train. It won’t be his first acting gig, though: He played notorious hitman Kitty Paéz on Netflix Narcos: Mexico. And in 2024, he will go down in history as the first Latino to star in a Marvel movie in El Muerto.
In an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, he admitted acting is another way to explore his creativity. “It’s different but at the same time it’s the same, you know,” he said. “You have to work hard, be responsible and respect [your] colleagues. I appreciate. It’s something new for me but I like it and I appreciate it. I learn, I practice. I keep training, you know.
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