He is one of the most nominated artists to the Latin American Music Awards with 8 nominations
Received 2 nominations to the E! People
Bad Bunny took his iconic “X 100PRE” tour to the Movistar Arena in Santiago, Chile, where he successfully presented two completely sold-out concerts, packed with thousands of his fans.
Originally, only one single concert date was scheduled for this city; however, due to impressive demand from the public, the artist decided to open a second date. Both concerts presented unforgettable experiences for everyone because, as always, Bad Bunny let all his talent shine on stage with performances full of the energy and high-quality artistry that characterize him.
During the concerts, the singer managed to connect more closely with his Chilean fans, starting every night giving them words of encouragement and chatting about the particular meaning behind “X 100PRE” – which is his gratitude towards the unconditional support he receives from his fans and his family. Subsequently, the singer swept the stage singing his best hits, including “Callaíta,” “Caro,” “La Canción,” “Que Pretendes,” and many more, leaving his fans in absolute ecstasy.
On the other hand, the artist continues achieving great milestones in his career, this time being one of the most nominated artists to the Latin American Music Awards 2019 with eight nominations. Bad Bunny shines in the categories of Artist of the Year, Favorite Artist – Male, Favorite Artist – Urban, Favorite Album – Urban (“X 100PRE”), Favorite Song – Urban (“MIA” feat. Drake), Favorite Tour, Single of The Year (“MIA” feat. Drake) and Album of The Year (“X 100PRE”).
Additionally, Bad Bunny has been one of the few Latin artists to be nominated to the E! People Choice Awards 2019, one of the most popular awards ceremonies internationally. The artist is nominated to the categories of “Male Artist of 2019” and “Latin Artist of 2019.”
Recently, Bad Bunny performed on Spotify’s ¡Viva Latino! Festival, for the second consecutive year, in Miami. The talented singer shared the stage with fellow acclaimed artists, including Nicky Jam, Rosalia, Sebastian Yatra and Sech.
Not stopping there, Bad Bunny has once again left its imminent mark on the history of Hispanic culture with his colleague J Balvin, delivering an epic presentation of their latest international hit, “Qué Pretendes,” during the wildly popular MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs). There, the artists transported the entire audience to a dazzling world of cartoons, full of colors and figures, where they sang while flying around the stage.
IT'S A MOVEMENT