On March 10th, 1994, in the Almirante Sur community of Vega Baja, Puerto Rico, Benito Antonio Martnez was born. While Benito was growing up, his mother introduced him to salsa, merengue, and ballads through her music. Benito, who grew up with two younger siblings, has said that he prefers spending time with his family.
Bad Bunny’s “Soy Peor” served as a breakout single when he acquired a record deal and became popular on SoundCloud while living in Puerto Rico. Then, through his work with Drake and Cardi B, he became even more well-known with songs like “I Like It” and “Mia.” These chart-topping songs put Bad Bunny in the spotlight and added a lot to his net worth.
How Rich Is Bad Bunny?
Bad Bunny, a rapper, singer, and songwriter from Puerto Rico, has a net worth of $40 million. Bad Bunny’s career has taken off like a rocket in a short amount of time. On Christmas Eve of 2018, he dropped his first full-length album. In 2020, Bad Bunny’s songs were streamed a total of 8 billion times, making him the most popular artist in the world. His songs were downloaded 18.5 billion times in 2022.
That same year, his globe tour made an estimated $230 million in gross profits, making it the highest-grossing tour of any musical artist in the world. Bad Bunny’s YouTube channel has over 28 billion video views and 45 million subscribers as of this writing.
His music is usually called “Latin rap” or “reggaeton,” but he has also experimented with rock, bachata, and soul. Bad Bunny has made a name for himself with his distinctive style and slurred vocal delivery.
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Bad Bunny Performs Harry Styles’ As It Was On Carpool Karaoke
A sense that Bad Bunny is present everywhere and at all times is a common one; hence, you’re not crazy. The Latin singer who broke all the records is now a bonafide international superstar, and his career appears to be gaining steam by the month.
With 2016’s “Soy Peor,” Bunny’s tenth music video to reach one billion views on YouTube, he recently opened the 2023 Grammy Awards, spoke at the Billboard Women In Music with Ivy Queen, and gave a first look at Bad Bunny in WWE 2K23, the newest game in the WWE series.
Looking back a few years, Bunny made history with the No. 1 debuts of El Ultimo Tour del Mundo (2020) and Un Verano Without Ti (2022), both of which were in Spanish, making him the only artist to ever accomplish this milestone.
After the success of Un Verano Sin Te, Bunny became the first Latin artist to receive an IFPI global award and the first Spanish-language record to be nominated for album of the year at the Grammys. You can check the official tweet by Wresting News below.
Bunny simply continues bouncing along with a No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for “I Like It” alongside Cardi B and J Balvin and box office gold from concert and film appearances.
The Puerto Rican rapper was featured on a segment of “Carpool Karaoke” on The Late Late Show on Tuesday (March 14). As Bunny sat next to host James Corden, he patiently addressed the questions all his fans had.
The rapper also talked about how much he enjoys painting and wrestling. He showed it off by inviting Corden to enter the ring alongside Rey Mysterio of WWE.
The “karaoke” segment, however, stole the show, with the host and performers singing out “Dakiti,” “I Like It,” and “Tit Me Preguntó,” as well as renditions of “Break Free” by Ariana Grande starring Zedd and “As It Was” by Harry Styles, the year’s biggest success. You can check the official tweet by Pop Base in which Bad Bunny is singing Break Free by Ariana Grande and Zedd.
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