Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny Biography
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Bad Bunny Biography

Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, known in the world of music as Bad Bunny, is a Puerto Rican singer and songwriter (He also has American nationality) of hip-hop in Spanish, rap, trap and other urban rhythms. He was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico on March 10, 1994, and is recognized as a creative and versatile artist. He is the author of most of the tracks and tracks of his songs.

His stage name “Bad Bunny” was awarded to him because of a picture of childhood in the school dressed as a rabbit, where he had a not-being -very-happy face. This photo was shared on social networks and with it, he created a Twitter account with the name Bad Bunny. When fame came he decided to leave that name.

His beginnings in music were when he himself began to perform his tracks in FL Studio; In addition, he composed the lyrics of the songs and then published them on various digital platforms, so that little by little he generated expectation and gained great receptivity in the listeners.

One of his first songs that was released was “Diles” which was released in mid-2016. That same year, he started to be part of the Hear This Music company of Dj Luian and Mambo Kings; who realized the success that Bad Bunny was having, recognized his talent and offered him to sign to join the company. Already with his new musical company, he released the remix of the single “Diles” where he had the collaboration of Ñengo Flow, Ozuna, Arcángel Y Farruko, which reached millions of views on YouTube.

Although Bad Bunny had little time in the music scene, he managed to reach the top of Billboard’s Latin list with his new song “Tu no vive así” with Arcángel. He also broke records of visits on YouTube with that video, surpassing 11 million visits in just two weeks. From that moment, Arcángel decided to give support to the young singer.

On November 16, 2016, Bad Bunny was part of the song “Un Polvo” by Maluma, along with great exponents such as Ñengo Flow, De La Ghetto and Arcángel. In that time he also made part of songs like “Pa’ Que le dé” by Brray and “Explícame” by Mat Lanez. On December 30 of that same year, he released the single “Soy peor” In addition, an official video clip through his channel on YouTube.

On March 3, 2017, he premiered the video clip of the song “Si Tu novio te Deja sola” by the Colombian singer J Balvin, where Bad Bunny collaborated and which was a success on all platforms, reaching more than 100 million copies in YouTube in less than a month. On March 18 of that same year, he was part of the closing of the second edition of the We The Future Festival at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum, where he had an excellent presentation, performing songs such as “Soy Peor,” “You do not live like that” among others. After a few days, he announced that he would launch “Bad Bunny Madness” a computer game.

On July 1, 2017, he released the song “Tú no metes Cabra” under the label of Hear This Music and the address of Fernando Lugo. Subsequently, on July 13 the singer, Becky G released the single “Mayores” which had the collaboration of Bad Bunny. On August 10 of that same year, the Venezuelan singer Nacho published the video clip of the single “Báilame” (Remix) where Bad Bunny and Yandel participated. With these participations, the singer was already starting to position himself as one of the great exponents in the urban genre.

On September 27, the song “Vuelve” was released, where Bad Bunny collaborated with singer Daddy Yankee. In addition, that same month he released the song “Mi Puerto Rico” in homage to his native land.

By November 2, 2017, the singer released the song “Sensualidad” which had the collaboration of Prince Royce and J Balvin; In addition, the subject was accompanied by a video clip, which was a trend on YouTube.




  • Diles: 2016.
  • Caile (feat. Zion & De La Ghetto): 2016.
  • Crazy But Millionaire: 2017.
  • Do not Go Goat: 2017.
  • I’m Raining 2.0: 2017.
  • I’m raining 3.0: 2017.
  • I’m raining 3.5: 2017.
  • Pa ‘Que Le Dé (Featuring Brray): 2016.
  • It rains 2017.
  • I’m Worse: 2017 (Ft J Balvin, Ozuna and Arcángel).
  • It Kills Me: 2017.
  • Blockia: 2017.
  • Pa Ti (Explicit): 2017.
  • Growth: 2017
  • With you.
  • Give it up: 2017 (Along with Messiah, Jhoni The Voice, Tory Lanez and DJ Yonny.
  • El Chalet: 2017 (Together with Pusho, Jory Boy, Alexio, Sou, Almighty).
  • Dimelo: 2017.
  • Sensualidad: 2017 (Together with Prince Royce and J Balvin).



  • Ahora me llama, with Karol G: 2017.
  • You do not live like this, with Arcángel: 2017.
  • Krippy Kush, with Farruko: 2017.
  • Disco Night (Remix) (feat Wisin & Jovani Vazquez).
  • Si tu novio te Deja sola, with J Balvin: 2017.
  • One more Ratito, with Bryant Myers. 2017
  • Te Lo Meto Yo – Bad Bunny Ft. Arcangel, Lary Over, Farruko, Tempo.
  • Pure, with Farruko, Bad Bunny, Bryant Myers, Dj Luian and Ez the Ezeta: 2017.
  • Me Mata, with Arcangel, Bryant Myers, Almighty, Noriel, Baby Rasta, Brytiago.
  • Greater, with Becky G: 2017.
  • Mala y Peligrosa, with Víctor Manuelle: 2017.
  • Solita, with Ozuna, Wisin, and Almighty: 2018.

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