Bad Bunny: Top 15 Songs Plus New Album Release


Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, popularly known as Bad Bunny, has blasted his way to the top of the music industry by introducing a brand-new take on reggaeton and Latin music. This Puerto Rican star has taken the Latin music industry by storm and has impacted the international music stage. His numerous collaborations with famous artists such as Cardi B, J Balvin, and Drake have reified his position as a universal music icon. Aside from music, Bad Bunny has showcased talent on TV and film, further strengthening his reputation as an all-around artist. The following is a list of the 15 most popular songs by Bad Bunny alongside their streaming figures on Spotify`.

15. Neither Good nor Bad “Ni Bien Ni Mal”

Our list commences with “Ni Bien Ni Mal,” one of Bad Bunny’s most esteemed tracks. With nearly 500 million plays on Spotify exclusively, this track demonstrates his massive success and his striking capacity to relate with fans globally. The irresistible rhythm and relatable lyrics make it a perfect accompaniment for those in a love and relationship crisis.

14. I returned “Volví” (feat. Aventura)

“Volví” is a collaborative record-breaking hit that combines Bad Bunny’s reggaeton sound with Aventura’s classic bachata. It has gained an astonishing 500 million plays on Spotify, signifying its trans-generational attractiveness and remarkable achievement. Bad Bunny’s determination to venture outside his traditional style and have a go at something new is visible in this pioneering, genre-crossing single.

13. If I See Your Mom “Si Veo a Tu Mamá”

Boasting an impressive 550 million streams on Spotify, ‘Si Veo a Tu Mamá’, has continually enthralled fans. The infectious production and Bad Bunny’s signature flow have cemented the song’s status as one of his most loved. The title ‘If I See Your Mom’ delves into the intricate details of relationship nuances and Bad Bunny’s interpretation of feelings.

12. Auntie Asked Me “Tití Mi Preguntó”

“Tití Mi Preguntó,” a song featured on Bad Bunny’s 2022 album “Un Verano Sin Ti,” has experienced tremendous success with over 1.1 billion streams on Spotify. This track, translated into “Uncle Asked Me,” illustrated Bad Bunny’s capacity for forming captivating songs containing profound messages.

11. Beautiful Little Eyes “Ojitos Lindos”

“Ojitos Lindos,” another great single from “Un Verano Sin Ti,” is fast approaching the one-billion mark on Spotify. Its vibrant rhythms, memorable chorus, and emotive words demonstrate Bad Bunny’s aptitude for curating danceable reggaeton tunes with global allure. The name, translating to “Beautiful Little Eyes,” suggests the track’s romantic motif and melodic hook lingering in the mind long after the music has stopped.

10. “Yo Perreo Sola”

Bad Bunny’s solo efforts come incredibly close to meeting the orbit of success that his collaborations hold in the minds of devoted followers. His track “Yo Perreo Sola” is a powerful tribute to self-expression and freedom, specifically on the dancefloor. This cut is more than just about captivating rhythms, but rather an intentional proclamation of boosting self-assurance and confidence.

9. “Me Porto Bonito”

The evergreen classic from “Un Verano Sin Ti,” “Me Porto Bonito,” has amassed over 1.2 billion individual streams on Spotify. This song, which loosely translates to “I Behave Nicely,” stands as an affirmation of Bad Bunny’s ability to create compositions that are both gratifying musically and poetically mindful.

8. Go “Vete”

“Vete” plunges us into the core of Bad Bunny’s signature sound, quickly approaching a remarkable one-billion-stream mark. The song’s title, which translates to “Go,” implies advancing and saying goodbye to the past. “GO” self-expression and discovery typical of reggaeton music. Bad Bunny’s supremacy on streaming services such as Spotify is omnipresent in tunes like this.

7. The Song “La Canción” (feat. J Balvin)

Bad Bunny’s associations with other artists routinely generate greatness, and his union with J Balvin on “La Canción” is no different. The impressive numbers associated with this track are tangible evidence of its loftiness. The song’s title, which translates to “The Song,” is a tribute to the ability of music to provoke sentiment and recollections, which the track does definitively.

6. “Soltera” (Remix by Daddy Yankee, Lunay & Bad Bunny)

This famous song from his collaboration with Lunay and Daddy Yankee has become one of Bad Bunny’s most celebrated songs. “Soltera” conveys the omnipresent feeling of festive celebration and is even more engaging with Bad Bunny’s risible contribution.

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5. “I Like It” (Cardi B feat. Bad Bunny & J Balvin)

Featuring Cardi B and J Balvin, “I Like It” is an undeniable smash boasting more than 938 million streams. Its position at number five is a testament to the greatness of the top four songs. The integration of Cardi B’s fiery bars, J Balvin’s tranquil vocal performance, and Bad Bunny’s inimitable style produce a Latin-infused hip-hop masterpiece defying language boundaries.

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4. Quiet Girl “Callaíta” (feat. Tainy)

Tainy’s collaboration with Bad Bunny on the song “Callaíta” has been a tremendous hit amassing a billion streams. The name roughly signifying “Quiet Girl” carries a feel that is both playful and sultry. “Quiet Girl” demonstrates the Bad Bunny’s impressive range when it comes to conveying varying moods and feelings.

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3. “Te Boté” (Remix feat. Darell, Nio García, Ozona & Nicky Jam)

At number three, the “Te Boté” remix featuring Ozuna, Nicky Jam, Darell, and Nio García, has surpassed 1.1 billion streams, a testament to its irresistible appeal. This track explores themes of heartbreak and moving on, striking a chord with listeners who have experienced the highs and lows of love.

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2. Mine “Mía” (feat. Drake)

Bad Bunny’s joint effort with Drake on “Mía” has obtained famous stardom with an astonishing 1.3 billion listens. The configuration of Drake’s special mode with Bad Bunny’s reggaeton tunes gave rise to an iconic and unforgettable track that continues to be a supporter favorite.

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1. “Dakiti” (with Jhayco)

“Dakiti” in collaboration with Jhayco currently occupies the top position on the charts, with a truly remarkable 1.8 billion streams on Spotify to its name. This staggering number reveals Bad Bunny’s extraordinary power to cast a widespread spell over listeners. It is impossible to resist this delightful fusion of reggaeton and dancehall beats.

New Album Release

Puerto Rico’s very own Bad Bunny has stunned his admirers with the announcement of his forthcoming album, “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana” (“Nobody Knows What Will Happen Tomorrow”). The Grammy-winning artist flaunted the news on social media with a sleek video of him with a new buzz cut. The album’s 22 songs are available for presale on Apple Music and Spotify, and the hype is immense following the tremendous success of his 2022 album, “Un Verano Sin Ti.”

As an innovative musician acclaimed for expanding the limits of reggaeton and Latin music, Bad Bunny’s upcoming album offers something fresh and exciting. His natural ability to fuse numerous musical genres and motifs guarantees that the new album will feature various songs, each graced with its flavor. Fans can anticipate groundbreaking production, pointed lyrics, and team-ups with other high-level artists.

Last words

At a period when music genres are ceaselessly developing, Bad Bunny is an undisputed revolutionary. His knack for capturing in his tracks the essence of modern life, love, and human experience has resonated with millions. As we prepare for his latest album launch, it is clear that Bad Bunny’s music will continue to be the musical score of our existence, uniting us through the universal language of music.

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