The record offers up an excellent blend of genre influences, and while it might sound somewhat danceable, I cannot help but get the sense this is one of Bad Bunnys saddest songs on the list. Listeners might not pick up every word, but the kinetic qualities of the record made it obvious to me that it might very well be one of the saddest Bad Bunny songs by far. Just from the production quality and dynamics, I felt like it was one of the saddest Bad Bunny songs because the lyrics really hit home for me. The songs title translates as Make You Love Me, and it has all of the qualities of a heart-wrenching love song.
In the song, Bad Bunny sings about Bad Bunnys former girlfriend constantly coming back to him, as his former girlfriend has been unable to find someone better than him. Like, how she used to kiss Bad Bunny, how happy they used to be with each other, and how he used to fly back to visit her. He could sense that there was something wrong when his former girlfriend said, I love you, or when she gave him a kiss. Bad Bunny has released lots of good-feeling music, but is also well-known for his sad stuff.
Many people like the emotions that Bad Bunny displays with lyrics, as they may have felt it themselves at some point, and therefore enjoy singing their hearts out on something that is relatable.
Very much in line with the branding of his latest studio album, Un Verano Sin Ti (Rimas Entertainment), Bad Bunny fans of all ages came out at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami wearing everything from neon-colored bodysuits, swimsuits, shorts, linen shirts, sunglasses, and bucket hats. After formally kick-starting his Worlds Hottest Tour in Orlando, FL, then Atlanta, Bad Bunny made his way to Miami for two consecutive shows at the Hard Rock stadium at the Hard Rock in Miami, the first one taking place on Friday (August 12). Now, as he makes a spin off of his most diverse album yet, Hernandez was surprised to see just how many people connected with one of his projects – most fans went so far as to have them tattooed. Hernandez explained he made around seven versions, with varying styles and aesthetics, from the design Bad Bunny gave him, and after just over six months, he was finally done with the albums cover.
The Songs That Made The Name Bad Bunny
Bad Bunny teams with Dominican artist El Alfa to combine Latin trap with Dembow, a popular Caribbean genre of music, on this highlight-packed track off of X 100pre.
Bad Bunny, a 28-year-old Puerto Rican rapper, made his name way back in 2016 when he released his track Dile. Although he has had little time on the music scene, Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio managed to make it to the top of Billboards Latin charts with his new song Tu No Vive Asi with Arcangel. On 3 March 2017, Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio premiered the videoclip for Si Tu Novio te Deja Sola, by Colombian singer J Balvin, with whom Bad Bunny collaborated, which was successful across platforms, reaching over 100 million copies on YouTube in less than one month. On September 27, the song Vuelve was released, with Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio teaming up with the singer Daddy Yankee.
Bad Bunny, pen name Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, (born March 10, 1994, San Juan, Puerto Rico), is a Puerto Rican singer and songwriter, helping bring reggaeton and trap music to a wider audience. In May 2018, American rapper Cardi B released a collaboration with Bad Bunny and J Balvin, I Like It, which reached the top spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, becoming Bad Bunnys first song to do so. Around the same time, Sensualidad, released as a collaboration between Bad Bunny, J Balvin, and Prince Royce, peaked at number eight on the Hot Latin Song Chart, while the remix for Te Bote featuring Ozuna and Nicky Jam reached number one on the Hot Latin Song Chart. Additional songs that are worthy of consideration in a Bad Bunny playlist are his collaborations with Lunay and Daddy Yankee–Soldera (Remix), released in 2019–and Mayore, featuring Becky G, released in Mala Santa, and reached number one in Spain, Ecuador, Chile, El Salvador, and was ranked number three on the Hot Latin Songs chart.
Bad Bunnys 2018 appearance on the Rap Queen song I Like It I Like This in 2018 — and his later collaborative effort with Drake on Drakes Mia Drakes song Mia – helped bring his name to the mainstream public. The song was Bad Bunnys first solo song following the release of Bad Bunny album X100PRE, and was produced by Tainy, who is also of Puerto Rican descent. The song Mia also has a similarly sweet music video, featuring Bad Bunny singing at a New Years party in 2000. Less than three months after the second album was released, Bad Bunny – real name Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio – dropped a surprise 10-track album called Las Que No Iban A Salir on Mothers Day.