The moment that millions of fans worldwide had been waiting for has finally arrived: the premiere of the new record material of the multi-platinum international singer-songwriter Bad Bunny . The Puerto Rican winner of multiple Grammy and Latin Grammy awards today released his album “Un Verano sin ti” , revealing his new musical stage where he challenges his own creative abilities and finds a new versatility, which transcends into unexplored areas of his unparalleled talent.
The new 23-song album is now available on all digital music platforms. Bad Bunny worked on this new album hand in hand with high caliber producers, including Mag and Tainy, and with his engineer Beto “La Paciencia” . Together with them, the artist created great productions with which he managed to develop a fascinating sound mosaic, which has songs that highlight a wide diversity of sounds.
Everything you need to know about “Un Verano Sin Ti”
Fluctuating from reggaeton and dembow, mambo and merengue, to influences from reggae, pop, indie, rock and afrobeats, all the songs refer to the same base: the sounds inspired by the rhythms of the Caribbean. “Un verano sin ti” is a very special album for Bad Bunny, since it is full of good energy and it is a perfect album to take on vacation and use as the soundtrack behind some of life’s most significant memories.
Each song expresses a captivating journey of emotions that alludes to some of the most memorable experiences behind each of the summers that Bad Bunny has enjoyed in his life. The art of the album was designed by Ugly Primo, and is the artistic representation behind the general feeling of the album, in which a person manages to put aside his sadness and loneliness in order to take advantage of living the best of his life. summer.
Composed of 23 completely unreleased songs, the album has the perfect recipe to be destined to become one of the most iconic albums in music. It has essential collaborations such as “Me Porto Bonito” with Chencho Corleone , “Tarot” with Jhay Cortez, “Andrea” with Buscabulla and “La Corriente” with Tony Dize. It also contains highly anticipated collaborations by fans, such as “Party” with Rauw Alejandro , “Ojitos Lindos” with Bomba Estéreo, and “Otro Atardecer”alongside The Marías.
Chencho Corleone was part of the duo founded in Guayama, Plan B, together with Maldy , and which remained active for almost two decades until they separated in 2018. He has recorded with countless urban music artists such as Ozuna , Rauw Alejandro, JBalvin , Farruko and Anitta , among others. On the other hand, Jhay Cortez is currently one of the most popular exponents of urban music. The Puerto Rican recorded with Bad Bunny the song “Dákiti”, which has been listened to more than 1.3 billion times on Spotify. In addition to that, the boyfriend of the “influencer” Mia Khalifa, has recorded songs with singers like Sech, Mora and Anuel AA, among many others.
In the same way, the Puerto Rican Rauw Alejandro is also experiencing a sweet moment in his career, after the great success he had with his album “Vice Versa”, where his success “Todo de ti” catapulted him to the top of the hits list. worldwide. Currently, he is a couple of the Spanish singer Rosalía and the song “Tiroteo” is heard, where he shares the bill with Marc Seguí and Pol Granch. On the other hand, Tony Dize is a veteran Puerto Rican urban music performer who has also made his way in the genre and has recorded songs with reggaeton artists such as Yandel, Ken-Y, Don Omar and Arcángel.
As a curious fact, Bad Bunny also recorded with several groups for this album, including The Marías, an “indie pop” band from Los Angeles, California, composed of Puerto Rican singer María Zardoya and drummer Josh Conway. For its part, the group Buscabulla will also appear , a band formed by Puerto Ricans Luis Alfredo Del Valle and Raquel Berríos, who are married and whose music has been described as “tropical synth pop”, “electro-pop”, “indie pop” , “electro-Caribbean” and experimental. Finally, another group that will participate in Bad Bunny’s new album will be the Colombians Bomba Estéreo , whose music has been described as “tropical electro” or “psychedelic cumbia”.
The omnipresent figure
Since the beginning of the year, Bad Bunny had been releasing clues for his fans about the premiere of the new album in his videos in collaboration with Gabriela Berlingeri and Mario Casas. After the high magnitude of reactions to these videos, it is easy to predict that with the arrival of the album, Bad Bunny will be able to continue making history in music and leave the name of Hispanics on a global level.
Just a few days ago, the artist made his debut on the prestigious red carpet of the Met Gala 2022 where he was named one of the best dressed by multiple media outlets, dressed in Burberry, managed to captivate everyone with one of the suits most attached to the theme. of the night.
On the other hand, the Puerto Rican shocked the entire world after the announcement by Sony Pictures about his participation in the next Marvel movie, “El Muerto”, a production derived from the acclaimed Spider-Man saga . With this project, Bad Bunny will be making history as the first Latino artist to star in a live-action superhero movie.
After having successfully completed the “El Último Tour del Mundo” tour, from which Bad Bunny is estimated to have earned $2.7 million per concert, and after being certified as the most listened to artist on the Spotify platform , the artist currently continues to prepare for embark on their new world stadium tour “World Hottest Tour 2022″ which will kick off in Orlando, Florida on August 5. Tickets for the tour are available through https://worldshottesttour.com .