After releasing his first-album X 100Pre in 2018, Bad Bunny rapidly went from rising artist to celebrity standing. The set scored him his first entry on the Billboard 200 albums chart, the place it peaked at No. 11 in January 2019.
Since he’s launched Oasis, his 2019 joint album with J Balvin, in addition to additional solo units YHLQMDLG, Las Que No Iban a Salir, El Último Tour del Mundo and Un Verano Sin Ti. The latter two of these debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, making him the one artist to prime the tally with a Spanish-language album — not as soon as, however twice.
Carrying out that was only the start for Bunny. His Un Verano Sin Ti is vying to grow to be the primary Spanish-language album ever to win album of the yr on the Grammys this February. In 2022, Dangerous Bunny additionally grew to become the primary Latin act (and the primary act who doesn’t carry out primarily in English) to complete atop Billboard’s Year-End Top Tours chart because of his top-grossing El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo and World’s Hottest Tour.
“I really feel in management. I’ve been doing this 5, six years, and I’ve been buying expertise,” Dangerous Bunny told Billboard in December. “We’re dwelling in a digital period, the place everyone can add their music and if you happen to explode, you explode, and immediately, you’re large with a single hit and you don’t have any expertise. You haven’t crashed towards something. I’d say I’ve acquired that have little by little. I’ve been in a position to overcome and heal many issues in my life, and now I really feel that safety. I’ve by no means felt as centered in each my life and my profession. I’m clear on what I’m and who I’m by way of the music business.”
With a history-making Coachella headlining set on the horizon, in 2023, Dangerous Bunny continues to set a precedent for Latin and Spanish-language music. Learn on to see what the celebrity has managed to perform up to now.