Bad Bunny Biography, Career, Songs, Concert, Grammy, WWE, Real Name, Kendall Jenner, Wife, Latest News, Age, And More

Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and professional wrestler. In December 2021, it was announced that Bad Bunny became Spotify’s most-streamed artist of the year worldwide for the second year in a row. In March 2023, Carliz Hernández, Bad Bunny’s ex-girlfriend, filed a $40 million lawsuit against the rapper for unauthorized use of her voice in various recordings.

Bad Bunny Personal Life

Bad Bunny was born on 10 March 1994 in Almirante Sur, Puerto Rico to Tito Martínez, a truck driver, and his mother, Lysaurie Ocasio, is a retired schoolteacher. Bunny was raised in the Almirante Sur barrio of Vega Baja, Puerto Rico. He has two younger brothers, Bernie and Bysael. He said: “I wasn’t the kid who lived on the streets. I loved being at home with my family.”

As a child, he attended church every week with his devout Catholic mother and sang in the church choir until he was 13. After leaving the choir, he became interested in the artists he heard on the radio, especially Daddy Yankee and Héctor Lavoe.

His stage name originally came from a time when he was forced to wear a bunny suit and was angry about it. Speaking about Puerto Rico’s music industry, he said, “I’m from Vega Baja, a small area that’s not the big city of San Juan, where most of the artists in that genre come from.”

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Bad Bunny Career


He started to write and create his interpretations at the age of 14, until, in 2013, he began to publish his songs through SoundCloud, including “Get” in 2013, “Tentación” in 2014, “Just let me Know” in 2015, among others. In 2016, his song “Diles” caught the attention of DJ Luian from SoundCloud who signed him to his record label, Hear This Music. His single “Soy Peor” reached number 19 on the Hot Latin Songs chart.

Bad Bunny’s May 2017 collaboration with Karol G, “Ahora Me Llama”, reached number 10 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. It was listed on “Alt. Latino’s Favorites: The Songs Of 2017” as one of the best Latin songs of 2017. In the summer of 2017, Bad Bunny signed a booking deal with Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN) for several Latin American countries. Starting in November 2017, Bad Bunny hosted Beats 1’s first Spanish-language show, Trap Kingz. The remix of “Te Boté” with Ozuna and Nicky Jam reached number one on the Hot Latin Songs chart.

In May 2018, American rapper Cardi B released a collaboration with Bad Bunny and J Balvin, “I Like It”. On October 11, 2018, Bad Bunny released “Mia” with Drake, which reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100. Bad Bunny released his debut album X 100pre on December 24, 2018, on Christmas Eve 2018 on Rimas Entertainment. At Metacritic, X 100pre received an average score of 84 based on five reviews. Alexis Petridis of The Guardian praised Bad Bunny’s “off-kilter creativity”.

In 2020, X 100pre was voted 447th in Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. On June 28, 2019, Bad Bunny released Oasis, an eight-song collaborative album with J Balvin. It peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Billboard US Latin Albums chart. In July 2019, he joined protests against Governor Ricardo Rosselló. Bad Bunny and Residente released “Afilando Los Cuchillos” (“Sharpening the knives”) during the demonstrations. In February 2020, Bad Bunny was a guest performer at the Super Bowl LIV halftime show, headlined by Shakira and Jennifer Lopez.

Bad Bunny announced the album YHLQMDLG on February 27, 2020, during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and stated that it would be released on Leap Day 2020. It was released on February 29, 2020. The album’s title stands for “Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana” (Spanish for “I Do What I Want”) and features collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Yaviah, Jowell and Randy, Ñengo Flow, among other artists. The album is an homage to the Marquesas (garage parties) Bad Bunny grew up attending, and features many nods to early/mid-2000s reggaeton. On the final song on the album, “and;3”, the artist announced his intention to retire after releasing one more album with the lyric “In nine months I’ll release another, to retire calmly like Miguel Cotto”, referencing the retirement of the Puerto Rican boxer. He noted that the stress of fame has had a negative impact on his mental health.

YHLQMDLG debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200, becoming the highest-charting all-Spanish album ever on the chart at the time. The album was met with critical acclaim, who praised the album’s musical diversity. “Vete” was released as the lead single of the album on November 22, 2019. The album title was first mentioned during a sequence of the accompanying music video. The second single, “Ignorantes”, with Panamanian singer Sech came out on February 14, 2020.

In March 2020, Bad Bunny released the music video for “Yo Perreo Sola”, in which the artist performs in drag. On April 4, 2020, he released the song “En Casita” on SoundCloud, which expressed solidarity towards others in quarantine due to COVID-19 and featured vocals from his girlfriend, Gabriela Berlingeri. On May 10, 2020, Bad Bunny released his third solo studio album (fourth overall) Las que no iban a salir, without previous announcements. The album’s title translates to “The Ones That Were Not Going to Come Out” and is primarily a compilation of previously unreleased or unfinished songs. Songs from the album were played on an Instagram live stream that Bad Bunny made in late April. The album features collaborations with Don Omar, Yandel, Zion and Lennox, Nicky Jam, and Jhay Cortez. Discussing the album’s surprise release, Bad Bunny explained, “There was no real meaning behind it. I just thought, “Damn. People need entertainment.”

Bad Bunny filmed his supporting role in Narcos: Mexico before filming was delayed due to the pandemic. It premiered in November 2021. In July 2020, he appeared on the first digital cover of Playboy magazine, becoming the first man other than the magazine’s founder Hugh Hefner to appear on the cover. The cover was shot by photographer Stillz in Miami, Florida, and the magazine features an editorial titled “Bad Bunny is Not Playing God.”  He also received the ASCAP Latin Songwriter of the Year Award. The following month, his song “Pero Ya No” was featured in an ad for politician Joe Biden’s 2020 US presidential campaign.

On September 20, 2020, Bad Bunny performed a surprise live (via his YouTube channel and Uforia), a free concert on top of a truck that looked like a subway car that traveled through the streets of New York and ended up in Harlem. hospital As police and vehicles flashed their lights, a subway car with Bad Bunny on it drove through the Bronx and Washington Heights in Manhattan. In October 2020, Bad Bunny released the single “Dakiti” featuring Jhay Cortez, which peaked at number one on the Billboard Global 200 and number five on the US Hot 100 chart. The song is included in his third studio album, El Último Tour Del Mundo, which was released on November 27, 2020, and has been described as a personal and ambitious record. It became the first all-Hispanic album to reach number one on the Billboard 200.

Bad Bunny and YHLQMDLG became Spotify’s most streamed artists and albums worldwide in 2020. It was the first time a non-English-language music artist topped the year-end chart, and an article in The Guardian called him “the world’s biggest pop star” due to his streaming numbers. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop or Urban Album at the 63rd Grammy Awards. Bad Bunny’s 2022 concert tour, El Último Tour del Mundo, will visit the United States and Canada. It won Best Urban Album and Best Rap/Hip Song at the 22nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards.

El Último Tour Del Mundo won Best Música Urbana Album at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards. In December 2021, it was announced that Bad Bunny became Spotify’s most-streamed artist of the year worldwide for the second year in a row. In January 2022, Bad Bunny was featured in Vogue Magazine for the second time, modeling the best bags of the season. In April 2022, Sony Pictures announced that Bad Bunny will star in El Muerto, a film set in the Sony Spider-Man Universe. El Muerto is scheduled for release on January 12, 2024.

On May 6, 2022, Bad Bunny released his fourth (fifth overall) studio album, Un Verano Sin Ti, which was a commercial success, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 and remaining there for 13 consecutive weeks. [99][100] On August 5, 2022, Bad Bunny began his fourth concert tour, the World’s Hottest Tour, visiting 14 countries in the Americas. On October 4, 2022, the tour became the highest-grossing tour in history by a Latin artist, grossing $232.5 million at the time. Bad Bunny received the most nominations (eight) at the 2022 American Music Awards, including his first Artist of the Year.


Bad Bunny, who considers himself a lifelong wrestling fan, began working for the American promotion WWE in 2021. At WWE’s annual Royal Rumble event on January 31, 2021, Bad Bunny performed his song “Booker T” live, which also had a former wrestler of the same name. He then began appearing on WWE’s weekly television program, Monday Night Raw. Puerto Rican wrestler Damian Priest teamed with Bad Bunny and helped him win the WWE 24/7 Championship from Akira Tozawa on the February 15 episode of Raw.

On the March 15 episode, he dropped the 24/7 Championship to R-Truth against “Stone Cold” Steve Austin memorabilia, ending his reign after 28 days. At WrestleMania 37, Bad Bunny teamed with Damian Priest to defeat The Miz and John Morrison in their in-ring debut. At the 2022 Royal Rumble on January 29, Bad Bunny returned to WWE, competing in the Men’s Royal Rumble match. He eliminated Sheamus and Dolph Ziggler and lasted until the final five when he was eliminated by eventual winner Brock Lesnar. On January 23, 2023, it was announced that Bad Bunny would become a playable wrestler in the WWE 2K23 video game as a pre-order bonus.

On March 8, 2023, it was announced that Bad Bunny would host WWE’s next Backlash event in his native Puerto Rico. On April 1, 2023, Bad Bunny joined the Spanish announce team to provide commentary for the match between Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio on Night 1 of WrestleMania 39. Bunny interfered during the match, preventing Dominik from attacking Rey with the chain. Two nights later on Raw, Bunny – who was sitting as a fan in the front row – was attacked and choke-slammed through the announce table by former partner Damian Priest, now Dominik Mysterio’s teammate at Judgment Day.

On the April 23 episode, Bunny returned and attacked Priest with a kendo stick and later announced that instead of hosting Backlash, he would wrestle Priest in a San Juan Street Fight at the event.

Bad Bunny Net Worth

Bunny has a net worth of $42 million. He earns by being Rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, and professional wrestler. He does many concerts which are attended by his wide fanbase. He also earns via brand endorsements.

Bad Bunny Relationship

Bunny is a very private person and keeps his personal life away from the limelight of the media. In 2017, he began dating Gabriela Berlingeri. In 2020, they together made their first red carpet appearance and that was the only occasion they posted about each other on social media. In late 2022, the couple parted ways.

In March 2023, Carliz Hernández, Bad Bunny’s ex-girlfriend, filed a $40 million lawsuit against the rapper for unauthorized use of her voice in various recordings.

In February 2023, Kendal Jenner and Bad Bunny’ were spotted leaving the same Los Angeles restaurant. In May 2023, they were seen attending a Met Gala after-party together.

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Bad Bunny Education

Bunny completed his high school at a local school. Later, he graduated with a Degree in Audiovisual communication from the University of Puerto Rico.

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Bad Bunny Physical Stats

Height 6 feet 0 inches or 183 cm
Weight 75 kg or 165 lbs
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Measurements 43-33-35
Biceps 14.5
Shoe Size 10.5 (UK)

Bad Bunny Wiki/Bio

Name Bad Bunny
Full Name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio
Date Of Birth 10 March 1994
Age 29 (as of 2023)
Birthplace Almirante Sur, Puerto Rico
Profession Rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, actor, professional wrestler
Nationality American-Puerto Rican
Religion Catholic
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Gender Male
Parents Tito Martínez and Lysaurie Ocasio
Siblings Bernie Martínez Ocasio, Bysael Martínez Ocasio
Partner Gabriela Berlingeri
Spouse N/A
Children N/A

Bad Bunny Discography

Year Albums
2018 X 100pre
2019 Oasis (with J Balvin)
2020 El Último Tour Del Mundo
2022 Un Verano Sin Ti

Bad Bunny Filmography

Year Title
2021 F9
2022 Bullet Train
2023 Cassandro
2024 El Muerto
2018 Sugar
2021 Royal Rumble
2021 WWE Raw
2021 Saturday Night Live
2021 Elimination Chamber
2021 WrestleMania 37
2023 Backlash
2023 WWE 2K23

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