Latin trap superstar, BAD BUNNY, culminates a successful series of sold-out concerts throughout Mexico this past week. The artist left an indelible mark in the memories of his Mexican fans, with explosive presentations in Leon, Mexicali, Mexico City, Monterrey, Puebla and Tijuana, that left everyone breathless with excitement.
Each concert unleashed unimaginable levels of euphoria among fans of all ages, who convened at the venues to sing along Bunny’s international hits like “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola,” “Ahora Me Llamas,” “Mayores,” “Amorfoda,” “Soy Peor” and “Chambea
However, the highlight of each night was whenever the first beats of the chartbuster, “Krippy Kush,” would sound through the speakers, sending everyone into a frenzy. Always connecting with his fans, the artist invited a few lucky concert-goers to join him on stage to dance along the infectious rhythm of the song.
Then, Bunny took his unmistakable talent to the Dominican Republic, where he brought the house down with a powerhouse performance during the Isle of Light Festival in Santo Domingo. The festival, which gathered thousands of people from all over the world, shows a glimpse of the most buzz-worthy musical trends emerging from different parts of the globe.
This week, as Bad Bunny prepares to kick off the second leg of his North American tour, the artist celebrates receiving a nomination to the Billboard Music Awards in the category of Top Latin Song for his collaboration with Becky G, “Mayores.” The Billboard Music Awards will air on May 20 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
Next week, the artist will light up Las Vegas during the Billboard Latin Music Conference week, where he will lead “The New Trap King” panel. During the show, Bunny promises to deliver yet another explosive performance that will surely leave everyone talking. The Billboard Latin Music Awards will be broadcasted live on Telemundo on April 26 at 7 p.m.
Now, Bad Bunny heads to California to commence the first string of concerts that will unleash the second stage of the “La Nueva Religión Tour,” which will take him to visit several cities, delighting fans in arena and theater concerts throughout California, Connecticut and Florida.