Bad Bunny is the topic of conversation on social media, not precisely for being involved in a new scandal but for having made history by posing for the April cover of TIME magazine, which has thrilled his loyal fans.
On this occasion, the Puerto Rican singer posed for the camera of renowned photographers Elliot & Erick Jimenez wearing black with a white flower and gold jewelry along with a text that reads: “The world of Bad Bunny: I’m not going to do anything else for you to like.”
It is worth noting that Bad Bunny’s cover for TIME marks a before and after for the famous U.S. magazine because it is the first time in its 100-year history that a cover is presented with a text entirely in Spanish. The April issue will go on sale next Friday in the United States.
Bad Bunny opens up to TIME magazine
In addition to the photo shoot by Elliot & Erick Jimenez, Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, the singer’s real name, gave an interview to Andrew R. Chow and Mariah Espada to talk about his life in Puerto Rico before he was famous, the achievement of being the most listened artist on Spotify nationwide for three years in a row and his musical success.
He also talked about the impact of his album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ and the awards he received thanks to it, his presentation at the Grammy Awards 2023, how he uses his popularity to support social movements that benefit his native country, and if he feels pressured to compete to remain the most popular artist of the moment.
Who was Bad Bunny before he was famous?
American Post News mentioned that Bad Bunny worked as a cashier packer for the Econo supermarket in Vega Baja in 2016. At the same time, he was sharing his songs on the Soundcloud platform until Puerto Rico’s producers noticed him and helped him by launching him to fame.
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