Bad Bunny sweeps the Dominican Republic

Bad Bunny does not give space to anyone else, he has the upper hand. At least in the Dominican Republic. The Puerto Rican singer has been on the top 50 list of the most listened to songs on Spotify Dominican Republic 28 times with his name and surname. And the top ten places are all his.

Of the 28 times his name appears among the top 50 most listened tracks here, 23 belong exclusively to his most recent album “Un Verano Sin Ti”, a mix of the sounds of Caribbean origins of reguetón with lambada, mambo, reggae and dembow.

“Titi Me Pregunto”, “Me Porto Bonito” feat. Chencho Corleone and “Moscow Mule” are the first three of the 10 uninterrupted positions that El Conejo Malo has made himself the owner of.

The 11th cut opens space to the Colombian urban singer Karol G with her song “Provenza”, giving entry from there to four other pieces of the interpreter of “Después de la Playa”, intercepting a new four coming with the hit of the Dominican dembowsero the Alpha “Gogo Dance”.

Four more and in 21st place appears Shakira and Rauw Alejandro’s hit “Te Felicito”, as seen in Listín Diario. “El Apagón”, “Enseñame a Bailar” and “Otro Atardecer” continue on the list which closes at number 29 with “Callaita”.

This powerful diffusion in the Dominican Republic is a good indication that his concerts scheduled for October 21 and 22 at the Santo Domingo Olympic Stadium will have a historic attendance for an urban artist in the country.

Since the beginning of his career, Bad Bunny’s talent and concept have catapulted his success to the pinnacle of international artistic stardom, making him an important icon preceded by the idea that everything he touches becomes a worldwide hit, D.R. has embraced him ever since and still today hammers the honor of his legacy.

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