bad bunny at Coachella
Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny, who headlined at Coachella, is spearheading a Latin revolution in pop music VALERIE MACON/AFP

After a very quiet year for the so-called "King of Latin Trap," Bad Bunny has made a comeback with Nadie sabe lo que Va a pasar mañana, his new album to be released Friday, October 13th.

He hyped up the fanbase by announcing the release through Instagram with a sneak peek trailer that leaves the world wondering what is to come from this new record.

The album will have 22 tracks including his two recent singles "Where She Goes" and "Un Preview".

Bad Bunny's song "WHERE SHE GOES" (VIDEO: Bad Bunny's Youtube)

After a phenomenal 2022 that consisted of touring and releasing his summer album "Un verano sin tí" —Spotify's most streamed album— Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, his real name, the Puerto Rican singer stated to Billboard last year "I'm taking a break. 2023 is for me, for my physical health, my emotional health to breathe, enjoy my achievements."

The ambition to continue on making music is what led to a hopeful return. Alongside the anticipated new album, Bad Bunny has been recognized for his impact on Latin Music.

Not only did Benito headline at the start of the year at Coachella --one of the biggest music festivals, but he was one of the most talked about stars at Billboards Latin Music Awards last Thursday. He received a total of seven awards including Artist of the Year. He also performed that night singing some of the greatest hits of his musical career. That week did not end there for him, he surprised the whole trap and rap fans by featuring on a groovy song called "Gently" in Canadian Rapper Drake's album For All The Dogs.

Drake's song "Gently" featuring Bad Bunny. (VIDEO: Drake's Youtube)

The accomplishments continue for the "Tití me preguntó" singer by making his SNL debut on Saturday October 21st in which he will be hosting and performing.

The fans eagerly look forward to the upcoming year and to the new era of Bad Bunny.

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