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Billboard’s Latin Artist of the Year, Bad Bunny

2023 is Benito’s year! From winning a slew of awards at the Billboard Latin Music Awards to an exciting tour announcement, there’s lots to catch up on in the world of Bad Bunny. Here’s what we know so far:

Bad Bunny’s Billboard Appearance

The Billboard Latin Music Awards were jam-packed with star-studded performances this year. On October 5th, the most popular Latin artists gathered for a night to remember. In total, 48 awards were given away during Latin America’s longest-running awards ceremony of the year. And throughout the night, performers took to the stage to show off their greatest hits. From the likes of Grupo Frontera to Marc Anthony to Peso Pluma, the show was full of energy from the second the night kicked off. Among the list of outstanding performers was none other than Bad Bunny.

Bad Bunny for Billboard, Photographed by Meredith Jenks
Bad Bunny for Billboard, Photographed by Meredith Jenks

Benito started off his 8-minute performance by singing “Moscow Mule” off his 2022 album, Un Verano Sin Ti. Then, he followed up with fan favorites “Tití Me Prenguntó” and “Neverita.” From start to finish, Bad Bunny had the crowd moving and singing along to hit after hit as the stage changed to complement each song. Viewers journeyed through beaches and city life as they watched the dancers give their hearts on stage. Riding off the high of winning multiple awards throughout the night, Benito made sure to give his all during his performance at the Billboard Latin Music Awards.

Earlier in the night, Bad Bunny won a multitude of awards. Most notably, the coveted Billboard Latin Music Artist of the Year award. In addition, he won Tour of the Year and Rhythm Song of the Year for “Tití Me Preguntó,” among others. In total, Benito was nominated for 15 awards and took home seven—second only to Peso Pluma. All in all, what an outstanding night for the Puerto Rican singer and rapper!

Most Wanted Tour

Starting in February, you can catch Bad Bunny playing his most recent album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, on his Most Wanted tour. The 47-date tour is kicking off February 21st in Salt Lake City before making its way to major cities across the United States. Read up all about the long-awaited tour here to see a full list of his stops this upcoming year!

Did you score tickets to Benito’s highly-anticipated 2024 tour? Let us know in the comments below!

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