26 Facts About Bad Bunny


Bad Bunny continued gaining traction with songs such as "Soy Peor" and collaborations with Karol G, Ozuna, J Balvin, and more during the next few years.

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Bad Bunny's breakthrough came in 2018 with his feature on Cardi B's hit song "I Like It" alongside J Balvin, and his song "Mia" featuring Drake.

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Bad Bunny then released his collaborative album Oasis with J Balvin in June 2019.

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Bad Bunny is credited with helping Spanish-language music achieve mainstream popularity in the worldwide market.

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Bad Bunny then had the biggest streaming year for any artist on Spotify in 2022.

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Bad Bunny's father, Tito Martinez, was a truck driver, and his mother, Lysaurie Ocasio, is a retired schoolteacher.

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In February 2020, Bad Bunny was a guest performer at the Super Bowl LIV halftime show, headlined by Shakira and Jennifer Lopez.

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Bad Bunny noted that the stress of fame has had a negative impact on his mental health.

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In March 2020, Bad Bunny released the music video for "Yo Perreo Sola", in which the artist performs in drag.

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Bad Bunny had been filming his supporting role in Narcos: Mexico before filming was postponed due to the pandemic.

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In October 2020, Bad Bunny released the single "Dakiti", with Jhay Cortez, which topped the Billboard Global 200 and reached number five on the US Hot 100.

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Bad Bunny was cast in an upcoming David Leitch-directed film starring Brad Pitt.

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In July 2021, it was announced that Bad Bunny co-wrote and co-produced the fifth album of Puerto Rican Latin pop artist Tommy Torres titled El Playlist de Anoche.

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Bad Bunny won the most awards at the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards with ten, including the category Artist of the Year.

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In December 2021, it was announced that Bad Bunny became Spotify's most-streamed artist of the year globally, for a second year in a row.

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In January 2022, Bad Bunny was featured in Vogue Magazine for the second time modeling the current season's best bags.

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Bad Bunny received the most nominations for the 2022 American Music Awards, including his first for artist of the year.

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Bad Bunny is considered to be primarily a Latin trap and reggaeton artist.

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Bad Bunny has appeared at award shows with manicured, polished, and long fingernails.

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Bad Bunny said, “At the end of the day, I don't know if in 20 years I will like a man.

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Bad Bunny was openly critical towards the lack of humanitarian aid in the wake of Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island of Puerto Rico.

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Bad Bunny established the Good Bunny Foundation, which distributes toys to children living in poverty in Puerto Rico.

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Bad Bunny has not taken a position regarding the statehood movement in Puerto Rico, and has stated that he would prefer to answer at a later time with more clarity.

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Ricky Martin has stated that Bad Bunny "has become an icon for the Latin queer community" due to his outspoken support of gay and transgender Latinos as well as his embrace of drag culture.

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Bad Bunny began appearing on WWE's weekly television show, Monday Night Raw.

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Bad Bunny eliminated Sheamus and Dolph Ziggler and lasted until the final 5, when he was eliminated by the eventual winner, Brock Lesnar.

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