A vast majority of the awards you have won Bad Bunny, as well as the clothing that he has used in music videos and presentations, are some of the pieces that are exhibited in the created “Museo P FKN R” in the Roberto Clemente coliseum, nearby where the artist will perform this Friday and Saturday on the island.
The letters P FKN R welcome to the museum the more than 70,000 people who will come this Friday and Saturday to the Hiram Bithorn stadium, adjacent to the coliseum, to see Bad Bunny in his first presentations since March 2020, when the covid-19 pandemic.
Upon entering the installation, people will find a dark corridor and small fluorescent stars, and the warning “Caution zone of perreo”, a distinctive type of dance of reggaeton, one of the musical genres that Bad Bunny dominates and has promoted in the world.
Taking the little walk and in order of the hands of a clock, Bad Bunny fans will find the montage for all the videos that were used for the songs on his album “YHLQMDLG”.
Next to it, there is a photo station with the cover of his album “Las que no ha aalir” and next to it is a replica of his Adidas FORUM 84 BB sneaker and his Bugatti Chiron Sport 110 Ans sports car, which he drove over the bridge Teodoro Moscoso in San Juan for his presentation of the Latin Grammy 2020.
One of the most striking exhibitions in the museum are some of the costumes that Bad Bunny has used in music videos, such as “Booker T” and “Yo perreo sola”, and in presentations such as the Latin Grammy 2020, the celebrity party of the Game of Stars of NBA 2020 and when he debuted as a wrestler in WWE with Booker T.
On the back of this display of clothing, there are a dozen covers of magazines where Bad Bunny has been the protagonist, among them, “Rolling Stones”, “Playboy”, “Vogue”, “Billboard”, “Fader” and “Complex”.
The exhibition also presents two inflatable giants with the face of Bad Bunny and awards he has won, including the Grammy, Latin Grammys, American Music Awards, Premios Lo Nuestro and the MTV television network.