The reggaetonero is a faithful admirer of “Divo de Juárez” and not only does he keep him present at his shows, he also mentioned it in a song
After so much waiting, the day finally arrived, on Friday, December 9, Bad Bunny offered his first concert at the Azteca Stadium and it was quite a scandal, as many fans who had lined up outside the venue up to 12 hours in advance stayed outside. with ticket in hand, because although they assured that they were purchased directly from Ticketmaster, they did not pass because the system detected them as false or cloned.
While many Mexicans eager to hear the representative of the urban genre live, inside it was another story, because the lucky ones who managed to enter the stadium were able to enjoy a show full of surprises. Regardless of the fact that the field was semi-empty, the Puerto Rican interpreter jumped on stage but not before paying tribute to none other than Juan Gabriel.
For this, Bad Bunny and his production team prepared a musical show full of lights that accompanied an iconic song by Divo de Juárez, Querida. As expected, all the fans who were inside the venue sang at the top of their lungs and chanted with great substance, because although approximately six years have passed since his departure, he is still valid in all generations.
The song that Juan Gabriel originally released in 1984 was a preamble to light up the Azteca Stadium, as everyone was in tune to start singing and dancing to the rhythm of reggaeton. It should be remembered that it is not the first time that a foreign artist conquers his Mexican fans with a tribute to the renowned singer in his presentations, as Coldplay did the same when they sang Eternal love in CDMX.
The admiration that the Bad Rabbit feels for Divo de Juárez was revealed in 2020, when he surprised his Mexican fans by mentioning him in one of his songs. It’s about Yo me vista así, whose lyrics mention the same song by Juanga that would be the reggaetonero’s favorite.
“I threw out all the Nikes, I signed with Adidas. I don’t think my flow comes to your measure. I do what I want, bastard, it’s my life, hey. Like Juan Gabriel singing “Querida”, he never let hate decide”.
Bad Bunny’s surprise guests at the Azteca Stadium
The performer of hits like Me porto bonito, Ojitos lindos, Tití me pregunta and Neverita delighted his Mexican fans who were able to enter his show with a careful selection of his musical repertoire and, as expected, his entrance show to the rhythm of Querida was not the only surprise, as it also had the special participation of other exponents of the urban genre.
The Colombian Bomba Estéreo traveled to CDMX to shake the sports venue with a collaboration. Orlando Javier Valle Vega, better known as Chencho Corleone, also accompanied his compatriot in the show that, without a doubt, was a platform to make himself known among the Mexican public as a soloist after his departure from Plan B.
Gabriel Armando Mora Quintero or simply Mora surprised all lovers of the urban genre when he took the stage to sing Una vez, a song that belongs to the album I do what I want that was released in 2020. Sech performed Volando e Ignorantes together to Bad Bunny.
The high point of the night came when the Puerto Rican sang Safaera -one of his most popular songs- with Jowell & Randy. Finally, he closed his first show at the Azteca Stadium with Tarot alongside Jhay Cortez.
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