Bad Bunny breaks record on Spotify thanks to ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’

No doubt ‘A summer without you‘, the name given to the new album by bad bunnyhas become a total success and as proof of this we have the fact that the singer has earned an important record on Spotifywhich previously belonged to the rapper Drake.

According to information provided by the platform, the native of Puerto Rico has become the first and only artist to exceed 100k streams for five consecutive days. In addition, he is now the most listened to artist in a single day, since on May 6 he received more than 183 million streams worldwide.

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Benito surpasses Drake and is now the first and only artist to earn more than 100 million streams in 5 different days.

However, you should know that the hits don’t end there, as it has also been revealed that ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ had the second best debut on Spotify, only behind rapper Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’. However, it is best debut for a latin album.

What’s behind ‘A Summer Without You’

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The new production by the Puerto Rican fuses rhythms that range from pop to merengue.

In an exclusive interview for The New York TimesBenito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, real name of the singer, revealed that this new album seeks to convey an expansive spectrum of Caribbean music and at the same time greater recognition is given to Latin rhythms.

“It’s an album to put it in the summer on the playlist beach, it’s very Caribbean in every way, with reggaeton, with mambo, with all those rhythms and I like it that way,” he declared proudly to later assure that will never make a record that is the same as anotherwhich has fascinated all his fans.

How did Bad Bunny rise to fame?

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Today, the singer has become one of the most important exponents of the urban genre.

As La Verdad Noticias mentioned before, Bad Bunny entered the world of music in 2013 but it was not until three years later that He became famous thanks to the song ‘Soy Peor’which helped him transition from being a supermarket cashier to a pioneer of Latin trap and today a maximum exponent of the urban genre.

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