Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican rapper, wrestler, songwriter, and record producer. After releasing a few songs on the SoundCloud platform in 2013, he signed with the record label Hear the Music in 2016 and rose to international prominence two years later thanks to the singles I Like It by Cardi B and Mía with rapper Drake. Also in 2018 dates back to the publication of the debut studio album X 100pre, followed in 2019 by the collaborative album Oasis recorded together with J Balvin.

2020 was the year of the definitive affirmation in the United States of America, which saw him perform as Shakira's guest artist during the halftime show of the annual Super Bowl and release the albums YHLQMDLG and El último tour del mundo, the the latter of which became the first album interpreted entirely in Spanish to reach number one on the charts of best-selling records in the United States.

By virtue of these successes, Time magazine elected him as one of the hundred most influential people of the year and he turned out to be the most played artist in the world on the Spotify platform, a record he also reconfirmed in 2021. Back on the music scene in 2022 with the successful album Un verano sin ti, which surpassed the sales success of the previous ones and became the best-selling album of the year in the United States. The album was promoted by a stadium tour of North America and Latin America.

A leading exponent of the Latin urban music scene, Bad Bunny has amassed two Grammy Awards, four Latin Grammys, two American Music Awards, eight Billboard Music Awards and an MTV Video Music Award throughout his career. In addition to music, Bad Bunny is active in professional wrestling, establishing a partnership with the top US federation WWE.