Bad Bunny films new video in Puerto Rico
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MIAMI - Bad Bunny was spotted riding a horse, decked out in cowboy attire, in Ciales, Puerto Rico. The unexpected sight captivated locals and social media users alike as it wasn't just a random event: it was a moment straight out of the scenes of his latest album, "Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana."

Those who expected him to be downcast after his reported breakup with Kendall Jenner were proven wrong. The viral videos and photos flooding social media platforms showcased El Conejo Malo trotting through the northern streets of the island with a big smile on his face.

Work, not play

It's well known that Benito likes horses, but he didn't seem to be riding for fun. A camera crew in a van was diligently capturing every moment of this intriguing spectacle. This unexpected scene has sparked widespread speculation about a new video project from the artist.

Social media was abuzz with Bad Bunny's Puerto Rico appearance. Dozens of onlookers captured and shared his every move, with a professional videographer meticulously documenting the artist's journey. His look, reminiscent of his latest album cover, created a buzz among fans and onlookers, leaving everyone eagerly anticipating what's next from the dynamic artist.


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El Conejo Bueno

Beyond his spontaneous street appearances, Bad Bunny's week was packed with significant events.

The Good Bunny Foundation, his charitable organization, announced 'Bonita Tradición 2023,' a festive event scheduled for Saturday at the Puerto Rico Convention Center in San Juan. This event, known for its heartwarming gift-giving tradition, highlights the artist's commitment to the community.

Last year, Bad Bunny appeared in person to give away the gifts. The fans are hoping that the fact that he was seen in Cieles means that he will do the same this Christmas.

Continued success

Amidst these community engagements, Bad Bunny received a prestigious acknowledgement from the Guinness Book of World Records. His album "Nadie Sabe lo que va a Pasar Mañana" has been officially recognized as the most-streamed album on Spotify for 2023. This achievement is another feather in the cap of Bad Bunny's already illustrious career.

Bad Bunny's Spotify success isn't a new phenomenon. His previous albums, "Un Verano Sin Ti" and "YHLQMDLG," have firmly established him as one of the leading figures on the streaming platform. "Un Verano Sin Ti" holds the record for the most-streamed album in Spotify's history, with over 15.177 billion streams. Notably, it features at least five tracks, including hits like "Me Porto Bonito" with Chencho Corleone, "Tití Me Preguntó," "Callaita," "Ojitos Lindos" with Bomba Estéreo, and "Efecto," each surpassing the one billion streams mark individually.

After the Holidays, Benito will start rehearsing for his 2024 "The Most Wanted Tour", It starts on Feb. 21 in Salt Lake City and ends on May 26 in Miami, with stops in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Houston, Atlanta, among other U.S. cities.

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