Bad Bunny Releases ‘Nobody Knows What’s Going To Happen Tomorrow’: Listen Here – Billboard

We may not know what tomorrow holds, but we do know that Bad Bunny’s new album is finally here. Graduated No one knows what will happen tomorrowThe album title truly captures Bunny’s unpredictability and ability to keep his fans on the edge of their seats.



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Last month, after releasing his latest reggaeton single “Un Preview,” the Puerto Rican superstar told his more than 15 million followers on his WhatsApp channel, “This might be the last song from me this year… It’s a little preview. What’s to come next year,” 2023. They thought he wouldn’t release new music all year, but in true Bad Bunny fashion, he not only released a song, but gave them an entire album.

On Monday (October 9), the hitmaker took to Instagram to share the title and release date. “The day most awaited by many has arrived,” he captioned the promotional video, in which he is seen surrounded by paparazzi before entering an elegant restaurant and being greeted by a man: “Don Benito, nice to see you. You.” ”.

Hours before the album’s release, Apple Music announced tracklist Among the 22 songs, “Mr. October”, “Thanks for Nothing,” “I Don’t Want to Get Married” and “Thunder and Lightning”, plus collaborators Feid, Arcángel, Young Miko and De La Ghetto. It also includes the previously released hits “Where She Goes” and “An Preview”.

No one knows what will happen tomorrow It follows the success of Bad Bunny A summer without you. The album was the second all-Spanish-language album to hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200, spending 13 consecutive weeks at the top of the chart. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Album of the Year, the first Spanish-language album to be nominated in that category.

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