bad bunny continues to set the trend reggaeton current. The “Bad Rabbit” has just released his new music album “a summer without you”, a production that has been a complete success, a recurring factor in his latest projects, and that is that the 28-year-old artist has managed to reach the entire Latin American and Spanish-speaking public with his versed lyrics and contagious melodies. Virtues that speak to us of a talent and training for applause.
And it is that Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, as is his real name, has marked several milestones in his career. To mention the most recent: he was the first Latin artist to be the most played on Spotify during 2020; in 2021 he was part of the 100 most influential people in the world in Time magazine and that same year the American publication Pitchfork included him in its list of the 200 most influential artists of the last 25 years.
Even his transcendence in today’s urban culture allowed him to say present at a WWE event, the largest professional wrestling entertainment industry and an event that Bad Bunny has been a fan of since childhood. The Puerto Rican was part of the final match of the Royal Rumble 2022.
WHAT CAREER HAS BAD BUNNY STUDIED?
With his influence within current reggaeton and urban music, it is intriguing to wonder what kind of training Bad Bunny received, since he has proven to be an artist who broke out of the mold to mark his own paths and trends.
Trend that marks even in the way of dressing, which although it is cataloged as eccentric or bizarre, always ends up attracting attention; as it happened on the red carpet of the Met Gala 2022.
Now, what university career or studies did Bad Bunny take before becoming a figure in contemporary music? In his youth, he decided to study audiovisual communication at the University of Puerto Rico in Arecibo, training that is reflected when creating his audiovisual content for his video clips, which are usually among the most popular.
BAD BUNNY AND HIS LATEST ALBUM “A SUMMER WITHOUT YOU”
The new material, the fifth in the “Bad Rabbit” discography, is available on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music and different platforms and mobile applications, and has the collaboration of artists such as Chencho Corleone (former Plan B), Jhay Cortez, Tony Dize, Rauw Alejandro, among others.
The album consists of 23 songs composed by the singer-songwriter himself, in 141 minutes of continuous playback. To know the list of topics, CLICK HERE.