Bad Bunny TIME cover marks a historic moment for Latino representation in media

Bad Bunny Makes History on TIME Magazine Cover

Bad Bunny has made history by posing for the April cover of TIME magazine, becoming the first-ever Spanish-text cover in the magazine’s 100-year history. The Puerto Rican singer posed wearing black with a white flower and gold jewelry, alongside a text reading “The world of Bad Bunny: I’m not going to do anything else so that you like it.” The cover has excited his loyal fans and the edition will go on sale soon in North American territory.

Bad Bunny Interview with TIME

Alongside the photo session from Elliot & Erick Jiménez, Bad Bunny gave an interview to Andrew R. Chow and Mariah Espada to talk about his rise to fame; he describes his life in Puerto Rico before he became famous, the success of his musical career, and his latest album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti,’ which earned him various awards. The singer also spoke about the use of his popularity to support social movements in his native country and if he feels pressured to compete to stay the most popular artist of the moment.

Who Was Bad Bunny Before He Became Famous?

Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, famously known as Bad Bunny, worked as a bagger cashier for the Econo supermarket in Vega Baja in 2016. At the same time, he shared his songs on SoundCloud, which caught the attention of Puerto Rican producers who helped him reach fame. Since then, he has become the most listened-to artist on Spotify nationwide for three years in a row.

Bad Bunny’s cover in TIME magazine is a testament to his achievements, and he continues to make history in the music industry, pushing boundaries and inspiring others.

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