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Bad Bunny's show featured documentary-style footage with voiceovers contextualizing the history of Latin American, and more specifically Caribbean, music that his work features VALERIE MACON/AFP

After releasing his new album "Nadie Sabe lo que va Pasar Mañana", Bad Bunny officially announced he is going on tour.

The "Most Wanted Tour" was announced through an Instagram post which was accompanied with a short clip of the singer on a horse coming across tour posters.

Benito is set to travel through the U.S. for 47 concert dates including cities with three dates such as Miami, Brooklyn, Chicago. The Puerto Rican singer is expected to perform his greatest hits along with songs from his new album.

Bad Bunny's website shows the full dates. "No one knows what's going to happen tomorrow, don't let him escape. Because maybe you won't see him again," reads a sentence in the website.

Puerto Rico was able to experience a first hand look into this era of Bad Bunny at an album release listening party held at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot in San Juan.

The singer had fans thrilled at the event with special appearances in the album such as Feid, Young Miko, and Arcangel who were in attendance.

Though the 29-year-old had a phenomenal 2022 with his tropical urban album "Un Verano Sin Ti", he decided to trail back to his roots which was "trap" after a hiatus.

The artist had mentioned last year to Billboard "2023 is for me, for my physical health, my emotional health to breathe, enjoy my achievements." He added, "We're going to celebrate. Let's go here, let's go there, let's go on the boat. I have a couple of sporadic commitments, and I'll go to the studio, but there's no pressure."

During his hiatus he was recognized for his game-changing career in the trap genre, taking home seven awards such as Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year, and Global 200 Artist of the Year at this year's Billboard's Latin Music Awards.

Known as "The King of Trap" by many, he has considered himself to be one of the greatest in his new controversial song "Nadie Sabe". He sings, "Y es verdad, no soy trapero, ni reggaetonero. Yo soy la estrella más grande en el mundo entero." Additionally El Conejo Malo, has been dissing many artists like J Balvin and Karol G in the same song.

Fans continue to be thrilled at the thought of seeing the "trap" artist return to his roots. Registration is now open for tour dates, tickets are set to be on sale soon.

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