Can we still relate to Bad Bunny? : Pop Culture Happy Hour Bad Bunny is one of the biggest stars in music. His previous album Un Verano Sin Tí topped the Billboard charts, won a Grammy, and helped him become most streamed artist on Spotify for a third straight year. Now he's back with a supersized new album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana. The record finds him wrangling with the trappings of fame amid the sounds of trap and electronic music, and the reggaeton sounds that helped make him an icon.

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Can we still relate to Bad Bunny?

Can we still relate to Bad Bunny?

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Bad Bunny performs during the 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella hide caption

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Bad Bunny performs during the 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

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Bad Bunny is one of the biggest stars in music. His previous album Un Verano Sin Tí topped the Billboard charts, won a Grammy, and helped him become most streamed artist on Spotify for a third straight year. Now he's back with a supersized new album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana. The record finds him wrangling with the trappings of fame amid the sounds of trap and electronic music, and the reggaeton sounds that helped make him an icon.


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