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About Bad Bunny

Benito Martínez Ocasio, also known as Bad Bunny, was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and began his ascent in the music world in 2013. His initial foray into the industry came while he was studying at the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo. He uploaded some songs to SoundCloud, and before long, the digital platform served as a launchpad for his career. 

Influenced by artists like Daddy Yankee, Héctor Lavoe, and Vico C, Bad Bunny has carved a unique niche in Latin trap and reggaeton, merging traditional elements with modern influences. He turned his inspiration into several multiple #1 singles, including his breakout hit "Soy Peor," the globally popular "I Like It" with Cardi B and J Balvin, and "Dákiti" with Jhay Cortez

His albums, including, YHLQMDLG, El Último Tour Del Mundo, and Un Verano Sin Ti, have topped the Billboard 200 chart, and his contributions to music have earned him several prestigious honors, including Latin Grammys and Billboard Music Awards. His Grammy win for Best Latin Pop or Urban Album, in particular, confirmed his crossover appeal and international acclaim.

As he continues to be a pioneer in shaping the modern interpretation of Latin music, his ability to blend music with cultural commentary and fashion positions him at the forefront of his craft. As he solidifies his role as a global music icon, fans can expect more groundbreaking music, boundary-pushing performances, and ventures into new territories.

Bad Bunny’s Setlist

Bad Bunny's music catalog is a vibrant mix of Latin trap and reggaeton. Known for his dynamic rhythms and distinctive voice, his songs often explore themes of identity, love, and social issues, resonating with a global audience. 

In the studio, Bad Bunny's bold and experimental approach results in tracks that are both ingenious and catchy. His talents are magnified in his live performances, where his charismatic stage presence and energy regularly captivate audiences. At a Bad Bunny live show, fans can expect a setlist dotted with these ten tracks:

  1. Soy Peor

  2. Chambea

  3. Te Boté

  4. I Like It (Cardi B cover)

  5. Estamos Bien

  6. Amorfoda

  7. Vuelve (Daddy Yankee & Bad Bunny cover)

  8. Tú No Vive Así (Arcángel cover)

  9. Sensualidad

  10. Diles

Live Moments That Made Headlines

Bad Bunny's live sets stand out for their energy and engagement, backing up his reputation as a modern influence in the music industry. The following noteworthy performances, each from a significant chapter in his career, emphasize his impact as a groundbreaking artist: 

  • Grammy Triumph (November 2018): Bad Bunny's performance at the Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas was significant, as it brought the Latin trap genre to the forefront of the mainstream music scene. The performance featured Cardi B. and J. Balvin performing the hit single, “I Like It.”

  • Coachella Debut (April 2019): His debut at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, was a milestone. It introduced Latin trap to a broader audience and got people talking about his talent.

  • Super Bowl Glory (February 2020): Performing at the Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show in Miami alongside Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, Bad Bunny brought his talents to a bigger stage, showcasing his international stardom by performing hits such as “I Like It” and “Chantaje”.

  • Quarantine Concert (September 2020): During the COVID-19 pandemic, Bad Bunny streamed a live concert from the top of a moving truck driving through New York City. It was a unique move, even by lockdown standards, and it garnered global headlines.

  • Historic WWE Appearance (April 2021): Damien Priest and Bad Bunny’s participation at WWE WrestleMania 37 in Tampa, Florida, was a worthwhile venture into sports entertainment. It garnered attention beyond music circles and exposed their sound to new audiences.

Bad Bunny Collaborations

Celebrated for his inventive approach to reggaeton and Latin trap, Bad Bunny is in demand. His valuable work with other artists breaks barriers. He knows exactly how to inject traditional Latin rhythms into any song, regardless of genre, which demonstrates his versatility as an artist and his willingness to experiment with different sounds and themes. 

These collaborations underscore Bad Bunny's status as a leading figure in Latin music and demonstrate how skilled he is at crafting songs that appeal to listeners with a wide variety of tastes. The following examples show how he transcends language, cultural, and creative differences:

  • Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott (2017): On the remix of "Krippy Kush," originally by Farruko, Bad Bunny collaborated with Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott to produce the perfect blend of Latin trap, rap, and hip-hop that impressed listeners spanning multiple genres.

  • J Balvin, Prince Royce, Dj Luian, Mambo Kingz (2018): "Sensualidad," a collaboration from X 100PRE, allowed Bad Bunny and other reggaeton artists to build upon their distinct styles. This track’s infectious rhythm made it a hit on the Latin music charts.

  • Drake (2018): "MIA" features Drake and Bad Bunny both singing in Spanish, and the hybrid hip-hop and reggaeton song has a beat you can’t help but dance to. It quickly jumped onto the Hot Latin Songs chart and made Bad Bunny an elected representative of Latin trap.

  • Rosalía (2020): On "La Noche de Anoche," from the album, El Último Tour Del Mundo, Bad Bunny, and Rosalía's collaboration is a standout. By mixing her flamenco-influenced style with his flow, they produced a duet that brought out Rosalía's sensual vibe and Bad Bunny’s softer side.

  • Cardi B (2018): The song "I Like It," also featuring J Balvin and from Cardi B's album, Invasion of Privacy, sees Bad Bunny infusing his Latin trap sound into a vibrant mix of rap and salsa. This collaboration became a worldwide hit.

  • Daddy Yankee (2020): "La Santa" saw Bad Bunny teaming up with reggaeton legend Daddy Yankee. Their collaboration is a high-energy track that pays homage to the genre's roots while showcasing their respective styles.

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Who are Bad Bunny’s stage influences?

Bad Bunny draws inspiration from a diverse range of artists. He admires the on-stage energy of Hector Lavoe and Tito Puente, the storytelling of Ruben Blades, and the innovation of Kanye West.

Are there any age restrictions for Bad Bunny concerts?

Bad Bunny is known to use explicit language and adult themes in his music and live shows, but most are open to all ages. Check individual venues for specific restrictions.

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Does Bad Bunny tour?

Bad Bunny tours and has shared the stage with many incredible artists, including Cardi B, J Balvin, Drake, and Megan Thee Stallion. Catch him when you can! Head to to reserve your spot.

Are outside food or beverages permitted inside the venue for a Bad Bunny concert?

Food and drink policies, as well as other rules and restrictions, vary by venue. Before packing up for your Bad Bunny concert, check the venue’s official website for information on what is and isn’t allowed.

How long do Bad Bunny concerts last?

The length of Bad Bunny concerts varies based on the lineup. His set typically lasts around 2 hours, which includes 25–30 songs during the regular set and 2–3 during the encore.

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