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Bad Bunny hace historia at Vińa del Mar

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

The king of Latin Trap, BAD BUNNY, continues taking leaps in his career. This past weekend, the artist marked history being the first artist of his genre to perform on the most important stage of Latin music, The 60th Viña del Mar International Song Festival, where he received the coveted Gaviota de Plata (Silver Seagull) y Gaviota de Oro (Golden Seagull).

"I have watched Viña del Mar since I was little and going there sounded like a dream,” said Bunny. "I was a bit anxious, but once I heard the fans screaming, the anxiety turned into excitement because they are my real boss and the audience is the one with the power. This was a dream come true!

The singer-songwriter performed hit after hit including some of the most successful songs from his debut album "X 100PRE." Bad Bunny kicked off his explosive show with "Estamos Bien" and "Ni Bien Ni Mal," then continued with his international hits "Diles," "Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola" and "Sensualidad." Then, the artist invited El Alfa to perform their collaboration, "La Romana," and then continued with his recent singles "Caro" y "Si Estuviéramos Juntos," to take a short break just to receive his Gaviota de Plata.

Photo Credit: Festival Viña del Mar

At that time, Bad Bunny took the opportunity to invite Arcangel to the stage and thanked him for being the artist who opened the door for him into the world of music. They both sang a duet "Tú No Vive Así" and "Me Acostumbré" and the trap artist then closed with "Soy Peor," which left "El Monstruo" electrified and earned him the Gaviota de Oro. To end his historic concert, the singer-songwriter said goodbye with the mega-hits "Krippy Kush" and "Chambea," and left the stage to the booming sound of applause and cheers.

The festival was full of music, style, and humor, and its stage was graced by other internationally-renowned artists such as Becky G, David Bisbal, Marc Anthony, Sebastian Yatra, The Backstreet Boys, and Wisin y Yandel, among others.

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