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Bad Bunny Lands on Time’s 100 Most Aflossful People List

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 14: Bad Bunny attends the 63rd annual GRAMMY Awards at the Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for the Recording Academy)

What a way to get started Latinx Heritage Mount: on September 15th it was announced that the Bad Bunny had deserves a place Timehis list of 100 most influential people of 2021. The Puerto Rican rapper, born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, landed in the artists section under Lil Nas X, Chloé Zhao, Bowen Yang, and more. J Balvin, deen had a place on last year’s list, wrote a powerful essay for the magazine that speaks to Bad Bunny’s merits. “He’s an artist, period,” he wrote. “A real artist.”

“He’s different. Special.”

Balvin began detailing the essay detailing his friendship and creative partnership with Bad Bunny five years ago, which eventually led to their first collaboration, “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola,” in 2017. When they first met, Balvin recalled thinking, “Oh, he’s a different comrade than I am. I’m not the only one right now. ” He wrote, “To see him is like a little brother to see his dream come true. I met him when he was like a little monster, and now he is like Godzilla.”

Just as important to the impact of Bad Bunny is his fluid fashion sense and the way he uses his appearance as another form of self-expression. “This freedom connects with people quite severely,” Balvin wrote. “He’s different. Special. People are waiting for someone to die to say, ‘Oh, he was a legend.’ But I say to Benito now: you are one of the greatest artists in Latin music history. “

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