Bad Bunny Never Misses, 7 Iconic Anthems From The Puerto Rican Artist

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Bad Bunny is at the highest of highs in his career, and as the first Latin artist to top the Billboard 100 chart, you can only admit that he’s got the game on lock. His most recent album, Un Verano Sin Ti, is heard on every corner you turn and has almost all of the songs you should include on your Bad Bunny playlist.

Bad Bunny (real name: Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) hails from the Island of Puerto Rico, where he humbly began his career singing in a church choir. Everything changed for him in 2013, thanks to Soundcloud, where he decided to upload his own music, under the stage name, Bad Bunny, which came from a childhood memory of him wearing a bunny costume to school and photographed with an irked facial expression.

Today, the ladies scream Benito!! as he instantly drives them wild on Instagram Live.  But his music doesn’t just resonate with female fans.  The Puerto Rican Latin Trap/Reggaeton artist we’ve grown to love is renowned for his musical achievements and gender fluidity. There isn’t a doubt that the male fans are also going strong. The talent and love speak for themselves, now pull out your phones and let’s light up your playlist.

"Titi Me Pregunto"

Taking it uptown in the predominantly Dominican neighborhood of Washington heights.  The visual treatment is a straight party but takes a twist when he ends up getting married to his longtime girlfriend, Gabriela Berlingeri. This is one of the biggest records on Un Verano Sin Ti.

"Moscow Mule"

Bad Bunny flaunts a carefree life with his lady friend and together, they skinny dip off to the sunset.

"Me Porto Bonito" ft. Chencho Corleone

Up next, Bad Bunny connects with a legend in Reggaeton, Chencho Coleone, from the well-respected group Plan B to create another summer anthem for 2022.

"Desspues De La Playa"

The Dominican influence is strong on this album, and probably the heaviest on this song.  This isn’t the official video, but it’s definitely the livest plane ride we’ve seen.


This one is giving Latin “Hotline Bling vibes throughout the video and is another hit off his latest album.

"La Romana" ft. El Alfa

Another Latin Trap/Dembow joint with inspiration from Puerto Rico’s sister country, featuring Dominican heavyweight, El Alfa.

"Mia" ft. Drake

Who can forget a bearded Drake singing in Spanish? “Mia” ran up 1.3 Billion views on YouTube so far!