San Juan, Nov 20 – Time magazine chose this Sunday as the best album “Un Verano Sin Ti” by Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny, stating that “no other album had such universal appeal” this year.
No other album had as much universal appeal (and, let’s face it, adoration) this year as Un Verano Sin Ti, Bad Bunny’s glorious fourth solo studio album.
The magazine described it as “an album about heartbreak, yes, but also an authentic love letter to his homeland, Puerto Rico, and a sound tribute to the Caribbean diaspora.”
“Driven by Caribbean musical styles, ranging from reggaeton and dembow to merengue and cumbia, and reinforced by elements of dance hall and techno, Benito (Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, given name) firmly roots the album in most personal, distilling the universal experiences of love, loss, and the ultimate joy of being alive,” the article added.
Likewise, he stated that it is an “exceptional project that defies genres, is intergenerational and groundbreaking.”
Composed of 23 songs, Bad Bunny’s album has numerous collaborations: “Tarot” with Jhayco, “Party” with Rauw Alejandro, “Me Porto Bonito” with Chencho Corleone, “La Corriente” with Tony Dize, “Andrea” along with Buscabulla, “Otro Atardecer” with the group The Marías and “Ojitos Lindos” with the Colombians Bomba Estéreo.
“Un Verano Sin Ti” is Bad Bunny’s fifth solo album, after “X 100pre” (2018), “YHLQMDLG” (2020), “Las Que No Iban a Salir” (2020) and “El Último Tour Del World” (2020).
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