Bad Bunny Releasing New Album El Último Tour del Mundo This Week

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Bad Bunny has announced his third album of 2020: The 16-track El Último Tour del Mundo follows March’s YHLQMDLG and May’s Las Que No Iban a Salir. The record arrives Friday (November 27), and features songs with Rosalía, Jhay Cortez, and ABRA. Bad Bunny announced the news earlier today in a tweet. Check out the full tracklist and cover art in his post below.

2020 has been a banner year for Bad Bunny. Back in January, before dropping YHLQMDLG, he shared the Kobe Bryant tribute song “6 Rings.” The following month, he played in the 2020 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. Soon after, YHLQMDLG debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and became the highest-charting Spanish-language album ever.

In April, once the coronavirus sent the world into lockdown, Bad Bunny participated in a Saturday Night Live sketch called “Big Papi Cooking Show.” He played “Big Bunny” and tried to sell viewers “big ass pots” and sweatpants.

Later in the year, in September, Bad Bunny performed an excellent livestream concert on Univision’s Uforia platform. Soon after, he brought Ivy Queen and Nesi with him to the Billboard Music Awards to perform “Yo Perreo Sola.” He then performed “Bichiyal” and “Si veo a tu mamá” at the 2020 Latin Grammy Awards, where he won Best Reggaeton Performance. Bad Bunny was set to sing “Dákiti” at the American Music Awards, but was forced to cancel his performance after testing positive for COVID-19.

Earlier this week, Bad Bunny was nominated for Best Latin Pop or Urban Album (YHLQMDLG) and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance (“Un Día (One Day)”) at the 2021 Grammy Awards.

Read Pitchfork’s feature interview “A Day in the Life of Bad Bunny, Introverted Superstar.”

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