2020 has been a stellar year for Latino rapper/singer Bad Bunny. After releasing YHLQMDLG in February, and Las Que No Iban a Salir in May, the Puerto Rico native has returned with yet another fully body of work titled El Último Tour del Mundo (The Last Tour of The World).
The 16-song collection is a fusion of Latin trap, reggaeton, and alternative rock. In my opinion, he delivers a variety of sounds that depict his multifaceted personality and sonic dexterity. We truly see Bad Bunny like we’ve never seen him before: unbridled, without restraint, and talking that talk as he tries out new flows and cadences.
The album was teased on Bad Bunny’s Twitter page Tuesday with him tweeting a list of numbers 1-16 and stating that all 16 were major bops. The album features the brand new single “Yo Visto Así (I Dress Like This),” as well as “Dákiti” with Jhay Cortez — which inspired a viral dance challenge and topped both the Billboard Global 200 and Spotify Global Top 200 charts. The album also features appearances by Rosalía, Abra and Mora. However, my favorites are: “La Droga,” “Dakiti,” “Booker T,” “La Nohe de Anoche,” and “Trellas.”
Earlier this week, Bad Bunny was nominated for Grammys in two categories. “YHLQMDLG” is nominated for Latin pop or urban Album, and “Un Día (One Day),” his collaboration with Dua Lipa, J Balvin and Tainy, is up for pop duo/group performance. He recently collected the Latin Grammy for best reggaetón performance for his “YHLQMDLG” cut, “Yo Perreo Sola.”
To choose your favorites, stream El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo below!