Bad Bunny Named the Successor to Michael Jackson

Bad Bunny Makes History on Time Magazine Cover

The famous Puerto Rican rapper, Bad Bunny, has made history by being the first-ever Spanish cover star for Time magazine. In this edition, the publisher compared Bad Bunny’s popularity to legendary artists such as Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson, and Beyonce.

The Interview

The interview with Bad Bunny in Time magazine drew a lot of attention, particularly the text written by Israel Meléndez Ayala, which highlighted the singer’s relevance before he leads Coachella 2023. Meléndez Ayala emphasized the artist’s originality, both musically and personally, as well as his voice and lyrics that range from sex to social issues in Puerto Rico.

Controversial Comparison

The Time magazine editor raised eyebrows when he compared the seven-year career of Bad Bunny (who is currently 29) to iconic music stars like Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson, and Beyonce. This sparked a strong reaction on social media, with some criticizing the comparison while others showed their support for the artist.

Bad Bunny’s Music

Bad Bunny’s music has gained enormous popularity and has accumulated thousands of views on streaming platforms. His most famous songs include ‘Dákiti,’ ‘Mía,’ and ‘Amorfoda.’ Despite the controversy, Bad Bunny continues to attract millions of fans worldwide.

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