Bad Bunny is one of the most famous artists so far, not only because of his music (but also because) but because he is the performance of different people in the world. Singers are always very upset with their lovers, no matter how complicated the situation is now, where large-scale concerts are not possible because of the pandemic.
After trending worldwide on Twitter at No. 1 for the past couple of days, Bad Bunny met the hype of his initial live concert in this period of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. He raised the art of the virtual show to brand-new elevations in addition to a trailer driving around New York City.
Bad Bunny literally stopped traffic throughout his first-ever online show, held real-time from New york city City on Sunday (Sept. 20).
Putting on all black, and rocking a brand-new coiffure and goatee, the Puerto Rican musician did his very first live show of 2020, presented by Uforia Live.
Me every time Bad Bunny starts a new song at the live concert tn pic.twitter.com/LnU5WS862M— amanda? (@angelitamandaa) September 20, 2020
” It was challenging for me to do a performance without an audience. I didn’t want to,” Rabbit stated during the two-hour occasion that aired concurrently on the Uforia Songs application as well as his YouTube channel. “However I’m approving the new reality and I really hope people appreciate this. We need it.”
Greater than one million fans were linked during the virtual event. Below, check out highlights from Bad Rabbit’s online stream:
Bad Bunny dodging traffic lights & tree branches the way I be dodging guys in my dms ???pic.twitter.com/8wqe2vS0yP— Ana (@yolandazpd) September 21, 2020
A moving performance: Starting at Yankee Arena, the prize-winning artist performed the whole online show on top of a relocating bus that browsed through the Bronx, Washington Levels and other New York locations. “This is the city where I have actually performed one of the most during my job,” he claimed.
” We are incredibly delighted to celebrate the splendor of Latinx society throughout Hispanic Heritage Month with this one-of-a-kind online streaming experience, as well as likewise commemorate the Puerto Rico community’s resilience on the 3rd wedding anniversary of Storm Maria, in collaboration with Verizon” claimed Univision’s Head of state of Radio, Jesus Lara. “We are proud to display the artistry of Bad Rabbit who has actually had such an extensive influence on our society and the music industry at large.”
Okay but Zendaya and Bad Bunny is all I’m seeing on my timeline, what a blessed day pic.twitter.com/PyaeCxDnix— leesli (@itwillfindyouL) September 21, 2020
This notes the initial concert in a series of livestreams from Uforia that will turn up once-per-month with completion of 2020. Future artists/dates will certainly be revealed eventually in the coming weeks.
El Conejo Malo evaded traffic signal and bridges while carrying out the hits from his most current album YHLQMDLG. In a trailer styled after a train cars and truck, he was first driven around the South Bronx, particularly Grand Rout Method, in his very own motorcade. In a very Beatles-esque moment, fans were chasing after the car. Benito treated us to his own NYC perreo ceremony.
While this year’s introduction into virtual performances has musicians performing in your home or workshop lots, Negative Bunny took his online program to the NYC roads in a nod to where he states his job first started and also developed. He leapt around the top of that trailer to tracks like “La Difícil” and also “Si Veo a Tu Mamá.” The means Benito sobbed out “el maldito año nuevo” was relatable thinking about 2020 until now. One of the most excellent efficiencies were Bad Rabbit’s live duets with Sech, that remained in Panama, for “Ignorantes” and also Mora, that was in Puerto Rico, for “Una Vez.”
Imagine being late to work & having to explain to your boss that you were stuck in traffic behind a bad bunny concert on your way to work & your boss not believing you… pic.twitter.com/olIf4w7qzy— Papa Burgundy (@Nighthawk_2011) September 21, 2020
The Puerto Rican singer said thanks to frontline workers for their sacrifices during the pandemic. The unique efficiency, which was livestreamed on YouTube, also comes on the anniversary of Storm Maria, a lethal Group 5 tornado that ruined Puerto Rico in 2017.
In a transition to the second part of his set, Negative Bunny took a minute to beam a light on his native Puerto Rico as well as the third wedding anniversary of Typhoon Maria that ravaged the location. P.R. is still in recovery he pointed out. As the sunlight went down, Benito tore with the hits from his initial album X 100pre like “Ni Bien Ni Bien,” “Sólo de Mí,” and also “Romana” (sans El Alfa). He also carried out a few of his collaborations like the “No Me Conoce” remix without Jhay Cortez, the “Soltera” remix without Lunay, and also the “Te Boté” remix without the all-star cast.
RT para que el camioncito perreador de Bad Bunny pase en su calle. pic.twitter.com/R6mcjjWMmA— Ab. (@abvroman) September 21, 2020
For the 3rd act of his collection, Bad Bunny took out an additional amazing online duet with Colombian reggaetonero J Balvin for their sad young boy anthem “La Canción” from last year’s joint Oasis album. That was Balvin’s sneak preview since he recovered from COVID-19. Benito motivated the world to move with him as he closed out the show with his perreo de résistance “Yo Perreo Sola” (regretfully sans Nesi). The trailer camp for the grand finale and also the group obtained an opportunity to perrear around Bad Rabbit with their masks on.
The Latinxcellence leapt out, especially during Latinx Heritage Month. Poor Rabbit followed as well as advertised social distancing standards while putting on the best live concert of the COVID-19 age. Over 1.4 million people tuned right into Negative Bunny’s YouTube channel for the free, almost two-hour program. Uforia functioned as the host of the event.
Along with his high profile Super Bowl halftime show appearance, the 26-year-old Puerto Rico native revealed on a remote episode of”Saturday Night Live” in April, and has made history about the cover of multiple magazines. He was the first person besides Hugh Hefner to look solo on the cover of Playboy and also the first Latin urban musician to pose for the cover of Rolling Stone (his girlfriend, Gabriela Berlingeri, became the first Latina to take at a Rolling Stone cover photograph and Latin audio editor Suzy Exposito was the first Latina to write an cover story for the magazine).