About Bad Bunny
A Puerto Rican singer and songwriter, Bad Bunny, is Benito Antonio Martuzzi Ocasio, a street nickname. He helped bring reggaeton into the mainstream. He also incorporated other genres of music into his urban music style, including rock, punk, and soul music.
As a child, he started singing and he chose the stage name, Bad Bunny, after posting an online picture of himself as a child wearing a bunny suit and wearing a grumpy expression on his face while wearing the bunny suit. Then, as he began to gain fame, he proceeded to create a Twitter account under that name, which stayed with him for a very long time. In addition to the audiovisual communication courses he took at the University of Puerto Rico, Bad Bunny also attended the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo. In the evening, he worked on both reggaeton and trap music, which revolve around the rhythms of the Caribbean. It is a type of Spanish-language rap that uses a combination of reggae and snare drums, while other types of rap focus on urban problems, such as drugs and violence, and use synthesized cymbals and snare drums to create an energetic beat.
Career and The Rapping World
There are many ways to share music on SoundCloud, a free service offered by SoundCloud that allows subscribers to upload and share songs. During 2016, Bad Bunny’s “Diles” (“Tell Them”), a song he recorded during the summer of 2013, was discovered by Puerto Rican music producer DJ Luian and signed to Hear This Music in 2016. Almost immediately following the release of the single “I’m worse” (“I’m Worse”), Bad Bunny became a popular name. Throughout 2017, he released a number of singles of his own in collaboration with other artists, as well as singles he released on his own. A song in particular that stood out was “Sensualidad” (“Sensuality”), which featured Bad Bunny, Colombian singer J Balvin, and Dominican singer Prince Royce, an American born Dominican.
Bad Bunny collaborated with Cardi B and Balvin in 2018 on a song titled “I Like It.” In this song Bad Bunny raps both in English and Spanish, and it earned him a position at the top of the Billboard Top 100, and introduced his music to a large audience in the United States. X 100PRE was Bad Bunny’s first studio album, released at the end of 2018, abbreviating for “forever,” or “forever.” The album contains 14 songs containing pop-punk, hip-hop, electro, and dembow.