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Bad Bunny Rocks Coachella 2023 with an Epic Performance!

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Bad Bunny was the first performer of Coachella 2023 in Indio, California. He is also the first Latin or Spanish-language artist who ever headlined this festival. During his show he asked the audience if they prefer to listen to him speaking English or Spanish – and everyone shouted for Spanish! He performed a lot of amazing songs such as “Moscow Mule,” “Safaera” and others from his 2022 album named Un Verano Sin Ti across 2 hours. Check out what other songs he sang below.

At certain times during the set, some short videos were played with a voiceover that explained different types of Caribbean music which Bad Bunny uses. After this, everyone started dancing to some old classics songs from artists like Ismael Rivera and Pete Rodriguez. Later on, another video about how reggaeton changed Puerto Rico was shown before Bad Bunny sang his song “Safaera” and he was joined by Jowell y Randy and Ñengo Flow for the song “Hoy”.

Bad Bunny was joined by Post Malone and his guitar late in the set. Despite some technical issues, they performed a special acoustic version of a song called “La Canción” from an album Bad Bunny collaborated on with J Balvin. Later, Jhay Cortez also came on stage to perform three songs he worked on with Bad Bunny.

In 2018, Bad Bunny and J Balvin sang their famous song “I Like It” with Cardi B during her Coachella performance. The next year, Bad Bunny performed in the main stage and invited J Balvin to sing his song again, together with another one called “Sensualidad,” which was a joint project between them, Prince Royce, Dj Luian, and Mambo Kingz. Two months after that event, they released an album named Oasis.

Last year, Bad Bunny won awards for his song ‘Tití Me Preguntó’ at the Latin Grammys. In February he performed two songs ‘El Apagón’ and ‘Despues de la Playa’ in the main Grammy show and won another trophy for the Best Música Urbana Album. Follow NewSound’s coverage of Coachella 2023 to learn more!

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