Bad Bunny presented “Un Verano Sin Ti”: His new album full of surprises

Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny Bet on new music for this May 6. In the midst of the expectation for his next world tour that begins in August, the urban performer presented his new studio album “Un Verano Sin Ti.”

The new album of the ‘Bad Rabbit’ began as an idea at the beginning of this 2022, but with the passing of the months it managed to materialize. During the first months he announced the premiere of this album with promotional videos together with his partner Gabriela Berlingeri and actor Mario Casas.

This new production contains 23 songs. Among them are “After the beach”, “Tarot”, “I’m not jealous”, “Party”, “I went on vacation”, “Two thousand 16” and “Pretty eyes”. It also includes collaborations with artists such as Jhay Cortez, Tony Dize, Rauw Alejandro, Bomba Estéreo, The Marías and Buscabulla.

In the middle of this month he made the decision to launch the name of his new production in a peculiar way: publishing the sale of his Bugatti Chiron 2019 and adding a contact number, which when calling hears a fragment of a song from the album and the title of it.

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“Hello! Thanks for calling. There is little time left for the album to come out. I still can’t say the date, but I can tell you the name: ‘A Summer Without You’”said the message when you called the aforementioned number.

“Un Verano Sin Ti” will be the singer’s fifth album, after “X 100pre” (2018), “YHLQMDLG” (2020), “Las Que No Iban a Salir” (2020) and “El Último Tour Del Mundo” ( 2020). Here we leave you everything that is known so far.

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