Bad Bunny is already having the best 2020 – and it’s just getting started. March 10, adds another special blessing to the occasion, the reggaeton star’s 26th birthday. Coming off of his milestone year, Bad Bunny (Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) took the stage at the Super Bowl halftime show. Traveled the globe for his X 100 pre Tour. Released a joint album with J Balvin. Took a strong and dedicated stance on politics. And set the tone for men’s fashion and nails. Benito has always been a star – and it shows! In celebration of everything the superstar has accomplished, and his big day – let’s celebrate the musician with some of his biggest hits.
Callaíta – There’s something about this chorus that makes everyone want to party – especially the shy girls. This single is one of his biggest to date, and one of the biggest of 2019. It’s always a party when he performs it, and whenever it comes on.
I Like It – With frequent collaborator and friend, J Balvin and Cardi B, this single off of Cardi’s Invasion of Privacy album as one of the biggest crossover successes to date. For folks who weren’t fans of the Puerto Rican trap star, they were able to fall in love with him and his island of PR.
Chambea – When the beat drops, you know what time it is! In 2017, this song took Bad Bunny to new heights as he also had to chance to work with one of his idols Ric Flair (whoa)! Turn this on, and watch everyone turn up.
MIA – It’s never a bad idea to sing about love. It’s never a bad idea to have the King of feelings, Drake on a track about love as well. MIA brought the sexy vibes and made for a great dance song.
Si Veo Tu Mamá – When you want to say goodbye to your old love, but you can’t and you really want to dance. There’s a reason this is the lead single from his latest album YHLQMDLG. For the visuals, Benito got playful as he threw on a wig, grabbed the mic and performed for a very, very, somber New Year’s Eve party. We honestly, love to see it.
Que Pretendes – Name a more iconic duo! Not only did Bad Bunny and J Balvin move the world with their surprise joint album, Oasis, the lead single was the moving on anthem nobody knew they needed.