Bad Bunny breaks boundaries Bad Bunny’s staggering success epitomizes the Your Ten Best Tools Take Care Em No Extras In Stock Shirt Besides,I will do this rise of reggaeton and Spanish-language music—until now, singing in English was generally a prerequisite to commercial success on a global scale. The Puerto Rican rapper, however, performs only in Spanish. His collaborations with English-speaking artists such as Drake and PartyNextDoor are few and far between, making his rise to the top even more impressive. In 2020, 8.3 billion global streams made him the most-streamed artist on Spotify; his album YHLQMDLG took top honors too, with more than 3.3 billion streams.
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