Bad Bunny will take a break in 2023 for his well-being
The Puerto Rican urban singer Bad Bunny will take one pause in 2023.
After exhausting with overwhelming success his tour “World’s Hottest Tour” in the biggest stadiums and crowned for the third year as the most listened to artist in the world on Spotify, the “Bad Rabbit” wants to do a technical one for his Health physical and emotional.
“2023 is for me, for me Health physics, my Health emotional, to breathe, to enjoy my achievements. Let’s celebrate. Let’s go here, let’s go there, let’s go on the boat. I have a couple of sporadic commitments and I go to the studio, but there is no pressure. Remember yourself, motherfucker. You have broken your cul * “.”, He expressed in conversation with Leila Cobos, the executive director of content for the magazine bill board.
in the lists of bill board was positioned in the first places of “Artists of 2022”, “bill board 200 Albums of 2022” for his album “Un verano sin ti” and “Hot Latin Songs of 2022” with “Me porto bonito”.
cases on tour
Bad Bunny He had several mishaps during his tour and he spoke about it in the interview when he lost his voice at the Vélez Sarsfield Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina before 40,000 people. She managed to get it back minutes later after drinking tea and doing voice exercises and continued doing the show.
“It was a click.” “It was at the moment, like the temperature change. I say, “It can’t be that these people are giving me the most bastard energy, and I’m going to lose my voice? ‘”, she affirmed.
Likewise, thousands of fans were left out of the stadiums due to ticket resale scams. The Dominican Republic did not escape this situation during the two performances on October 21 and 22 at the Olympic Stadium.
Among other recognitions only this year, the 2022 Latin Grammy Awards stand out, one of them in the category “Best Urban Music Album” for “Un verano sin ti”.
Time magazine chose it as the cover of the list of ‘The best albums of 2022’ and “Titi asked me” was the best song of 2022, according to time.
In addition, Apple Music also named him “artist of the year.”