Un Verano Sin Ti (album) by Bad Bunny
Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti (album). Bad Bunny, Puerto Rican rapper Latin trap and reggaeton music artist, with the real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio releases a new song titled “Un Verano Sin Ti.”
“Un Verano Sin Ti.” Bad Bunny new album is yet another impressive project that has made the waves after his 2022 Spotify’s most streamed artist of the year award.
“I like to prepare myself and my surroundings to work my music,” Bad Bunny says of his process to Apple Music. “However, when I have a good idea that I want to work on in the future, I keep it until that time.”
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After gifting his fans three projects in 2020, including the forward-thinking fusion effort EL LTIMO TOUR DEL MUNDO, the Latin superstar could be forgiven for taking some time to plan his next moves, musical or otherwise.
El Conejo Malo found himself on the beach, sipping Moscow Mules and working on his most diverse full-length yet, somewhere between living out his kayfabe dreams in the WWE and launching his acting career opposite the likes of Brad Pitt.
And, while the title and the emotive heart mascot on the cover suggest a shift into sad-boy mode, Un Verano Sin Ti reveals a different conceptual goal as his ultimate summer playlist. “There’s a good vibe here,” he says. “I think it’s the happiest album I’ve ever made.”
The album, which was recorded in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, includes several tracks in the elevated reggaetón mode that defined YHLQMDLG.
“Efecto” and “Un Ratito,” as well as the soon-to-be-ubiquitous Rauw Alejandro collaboration “Party,” provide excellent perreo opportunities.
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Un Verano Sin Ti, true to its sunny origins, deviates from this style with unexpected diversions into other Latin sounds, such as the bossa nova blend “Yo No Soy Celoso” and the dembow hybrid “Tit Me Preguntó.”
With “Después De La Playa,” an energizing mambo surprise, he embraces his Santo Domingo surroundings. “We had a whole band of amazing musicians,” he says of the track, which he created with street performers.
“It’s ingrained in my culture.” It’s ingrained in Caribbean culture.” With new collaborations from Chencho Corleone and Jhayco, as well as unexpected additions Bomba Estéreo and The Maras, Un Verano Sin Ti embodies a diverse range of Latin American talent, with Bad Bunny at the helm.