The Puerto Rican celebrity Bad Bunny New Song was announced the announcement on his WhatsApp channel, which has more than 12 million subscribers. He previously said on September 20 that he would release one more song this year and that it would be out before September came to a conclusion.
In recent months, Bad Bunny has been frequently photographed with his rumoured girlfriend, Kendall Jenner. However, he also makes music and a new single will be released today (Sept. 25), in addition to dating and going to shows and events.
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Moreover, on Sunday afternoon (September 24), the artist born Benito Martnez Ocasio uploaded a 17-second clip to the channel and included a Spanish translation.
“In case you like it and are interested to know, [the song] comes out tomorrow Monday at 8 p.m. Puerto Rico time.”
The video clip plays a portion of the soundtrack along with a blurry image of the artist wearing a white t-shirt and a blue baseball cap. The untitled song begins with Bunny’s distinctive vocals speaking over a dramatic organ synth melody.
“Baby yo se que cuando te atrevas yo me voy a enamorar…” (“Baby, I know that when you dare, I’m going to fall in love…”).
The upcoming song follows Bunny’s “Where She Goes,” which was released in May. The Jersey Club-inspired track, a house and hip-hop mashup peaked at No. 1 on the Latin Airplay and Billboard Global 200 charts.
Bunny also collaborated with Grupo Frontera on “un x100to,” his first foray into the north-cumbia genre earlier this year. The song gave Frontera its best-ever debut on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs list, peaking at No. 3 on the April 29 ranking and eventually reaching No. 1 on both the Latin Airplay chart and the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart.
Bad Bunny New Song: Un Preview
The reggaeton song is called “Un Preview” because, according to Bad Bunny, “it is a small preview of what is coming next year.” He continued, “It’s possible that this will be the last song [I release] this year.”
“Un Preview” was released along with a visualizer shot by Bad Bunny‘s go-to music video director Stillz, which features masked, denim-clad cowboys and horses, including a real horse and the toy horse that appears on the single’s cover.
Bad Bunny’s old “Un Verano Sin Ti” album art was substituted with a still of him from the music video on YouTube in addition to DSPs like Spotify and Apple Music with the release of the new single, and presumably a new phase in his chart-topping collection.
The song comes after Bad Bunny‘s involvement in “K-Pop,” the only single to be released before Travis Scott’s “Utopia.” It’s also his second solo song of the year, following the Jersey club-inspired “Where She Goes,” which was released soon after he performed as Coachella’s headlining act.
Un Preview Song Details
|Songs Genre||Morden Song, English Song|
|Released Date||Sep 25, 2023|
Bad Bunny’s Hinted Fall Album: A Glimpse into His ’70s Music Inspiration
Although Bad Bunny‘s management declined to confirm, Vanity Fair journalist Michelle Ruiz hinted in his most recent in-depth interview that the artist will release a new album later this fall. He did reveal, though, that he was having fun and letting go while writing the album that would follow his record-breaking “Un Verano.” He stated:
I’m being inspired a lot by the music of the ’70s’—across genres, in both Spanish and English—’ but I’m not sure if this is going to shape my music, generally or just one song,
In the past, Kendall Jenner new song has referred to herself as a “cowgirl” on Instagram while posing with a cowboy hat on at a rodeo. She enjoys riding horses a lot. She also recently took a photo with a horse for the newest Stella McCartney advertisement.
Brief Introduction Of The Viral Star
Benito Antonio Martnez Ocasio, better known by his stage name Bad Bunny, was born in Puerto Rico on March 10, 1994. He is a rapper, singer, composer, record producer, actor, and sporadic professional wrestler. His music contains a variety of additional influences from other genres, but it is usually classified as Latin trap and reggaeton. His song “Diles” propelled him to fame in 2016 and landed him a deal with Hear This Music. He is called the “King of Latin Trap” in popular culture. Over the following few years, he continued gaining popularity with songs like “Soy Peor” and his collaborations with Farruko, Karol G, Ozuna, J Balvin, and others.
Bad Bunny’s Chart-Topping Albums
His most significant success came in 2018 when he appeared alongside J Balvin on Cardi B’s number-one song “I Like It” and his top-10 hit “Mia” with Drake. In December 2018, Rimas Entertainment released his debut album, X 100pre, which peaked at number 11 on the US Billboard 200.
In June 2019, he released his joint album with J Balvin, Oasis, which peaked at number nine on the Billboard 200. On February 29, 2020, Bad Bunny Teases second album, YHLQMDLG, was published. It quickly rose to the second spot on the Billboard 200 to become the highest-charting all-Spanish album. The compilation album Las que no iban a salir was released in May as a follow-up, and it peaked at position seven on the chart.
Bad Bunny has a strong sense of place and is more than simply a performer; he is a genuine artist and a kind person who values our culture and interacts with everyone willing to give him a chance. He has brought millions of people joy or a place of escape while making them feel valued and seen.
New music from Bad Bunny is back!
If you don’t know Spanish, don’t worry—the English translation of the 29-year-old Puerto Rican singer’s brand-new song “Un Preview” is also available for you.
This is Bad Bunny’s first new song since May, and it was created by Tainy and La Paciencia.
Bad Bunny teases hints that this new tune is a sneak peek at what’s to come, so perhaps an album release is imminent!