13 Best Bad Bunny Songs

Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, more often known by his stage name Bad Bunny, is one of the most famous musicians of the decade. He hails from the island of Puerto Rico, but people from all around the world listen to his music.

This article will introduce some of the best Bad Bunny songs. Whether you are familiar with his entire catalog or are just discovering his work, you’ll want to read on to learn more!

1. “Tití Me Preguntó” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2022

Tití Me Preguntó is one of the most popular songs off of Bad Bunny’s album, titled Un Verano Sin Ti. The song title means “My auntie asked me,” and in this song, Bad Bunny is recounting his aunt asking him if he has a girlfriend at a family gathering. He tells her that he has a girlfriend and a new girlfriend tomorrow.

The song is essentially about one aspect of the lifestyle of a famous rapper–the short and unattached romantic relationships with different women that Bad Bunny has. His aunt disagrees with this part of his lifestyle and scolds him for not finding a woman to settle down with.

A fun fact about this track is that Bad Bunny includes on it an audio recording of his actual aunt speaking to him in Spanish.

2. “Después de la Playa” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2022

Bad Bunny’s hit song “Después de la Playa” is the second track on his newest hit album. It reached the top of Billboard charts, and for a good reason. It is a mambo-style song that is full of energy, making it perfect for dancing to.

The title is translated to “after the beach” in English and is about Bad Bunny asking a woman what her plans are following a date together. In the song, the singer is hoping that the woman will end up coming home with him and that they will spend the night together.

The merengue band from the Dominican Republic, Dahian el Apechao plays on this track, contributing the upbeat and fast-paced instrumentals that back up Bad Bunny’s energetic lyrics.

3. “A Tu Merced” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2020

The title of this song is literally translated to “at your mercy.” In this top song off of his 2021 album YHLQMDLG, Bad Bunny is singing to a girl in whom he is interested romantically. He tells her that there are other women texting and calling him but that she is the only one who matters to him.

4. “Me Porto Bonito” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2022

“Me Porto Bonito” is yet another song off of Bad Bunny’s album released in the summer of 2022. The title means “I will behave nicely” and is in reference to Bad Bunny’s sexual exploits with various women.

This track features another Puerto Rican musician, Chenco Corleone. Chencho earned his reputation from his work in the band Plan B, which he formed with his cousin Maldy. The reggaeton duo grew to international fame over two decades before splitting up to pursue solo careers. Bad Bunny was eager to feature another Puerto Rican artist on his newest record.

His time spent with Plan B means that Chencho knows how to perform with other talented artists, and he works beautifully with Bad Bunny as the second set of vocals on this track. Additionally, Chencho stars in the music video that accompanies it.

5. “MIA” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2018

“MIA,” translated in English as “mine,” is one of Bad Bunny’s earliest popular songs. It features vocals from the rapper Audrey Drake Graham, most commonly known by his stage name, Drake. This is the only song (so far) in which Drake sings entirely in Spanish.

On this track, the two rappers sing to the same woman and tell her that she belongs to each of them. It also includes a reference to the rapper Romeo Santos, with whom Drake collaborated on a different song.

“MIA” is the final track on X 100PRE, Bad Bunny’s first studio album. Before the release of this record in 2018, the Puerto Rican artist published songs on the platform SoundCloud, and his songs took off on Billboard charts.

6. “DÁKITI” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2020

This list of Bad Bunny’s best songs would not be complete without “DÁKITI,” one of the singles off of his 2020 album, El Último Tour Del Mundo. On this track, he collaborates with another Puerto Rican rapper, Jhay Cortez.

 “DÁKITI” is the third time these two musicians have come together to work on the song, and it is the first track they’ve rapped on that they’ve written together and is not a remix. This collaboration was a huge success, becoming the number one song in the world for weeks.

The song takes its name from a popular bar in downtown San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico. The title’s namesake is fitting given the topic of the song: Bad Bunny and Cortez in a nightclub, hitting on women and telling them how sexy they are.

7. “Me Fui De Vacaciones” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2022

We’re going to Bad Bunny’s 2022 summer album Un Verano Sin Ti for this next pick. “Me Fui De Vacaciones” appears on the B-side of his newest record, and the title means “I went on vacation.”

This song is about a man who forgets all of the worries he has in his normal life when he is on vacation. He doesn’t want to talk about work, school, or other day-to-day activities. He only wants to think about the fact that he is on a tropical island in paradise with beautiful women and alcoholic beverages.

The irony in this song is that it’s a significant trend for wealthy Americans to vacation in Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands. However, when they take these tropical getaways, they do a lot of harm to the native island economies, people, and ecosystems.

Being from Puerto Rico himself, Bad Bunny is well aware of the harmful effects of people coming to vacation on his native island. While the song is ostensibly about having a good time in paradise, he also includes subtle references to the fact that vacationing on Puerto Rico is more than white beaches and clear water.

8. “Moscow Mule” by Bad Bunny

“Moscow Mule” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2022

“Moscow Mule” is the opening song on the album Un Verano Sin Ti, and Bad Bunny came out swinging with this track. It is one of his few song titles that are not in Spanish, and it is in reference to the name of a popular beverage typically made with ginger beer, vodka, and lime juice.

He admits in one of the verses that the Moscow mule is one of his favorite drinks and states that alcohol helps him loosen up sexually. The song features other lyrical wordplay and an irresistible reggaeton beat, two features that escalated this track to massive popularity around the world.

The official music video that accompanies the song also made massive waves. It includes images of Bad Bunny naked on the beach and intersperses scenes set on a highway, in a nightclub, and in a bedroom.

9. “Otro Atardecer” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2022

Also off of his record-breaking album, “Otro Atardecer” comes in inside the top ten songs Bad Bunny has ever written. The title translates literally to “another sunset, and the main theme of the song involves nostalgia and hope for the future.

In the rap narrative, Bad Bunny is singing to one of his ex-girlfriends, hoping that they will have a chance to meet up again and share more experiences together. He recalls the fun times they shared and professes that he has never forgotten her. It is a romantic ballad in which Bad Bunny expresses love for a woman of his past, wishing they would get back together in the future.

Another reason this song is especially notable is that it features the world-renowned musical group The Marias, an indie pop band hailing from Los Angeles, California. The band has four primary members and takes its name from its lead singer, María Zardoya. Zardoya is another talented musician featured on this album which was born in Puerto Rico.

10. “Callaita” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2019

“Callaita” is the final song on the album Bad Bunny released in 2022, Un Verano Sin Ti. The album had a strong opener in “Moscow Mule” and just as strong of a closing track in “Callaita” that makes you want to hit the repeat button on the entire record. Although the album came out in 2022, “Callaita” was released as a single in 2019 and became one of his hit songs.

“Callaita,” translated in English, means roughly “a quiet or shy little woman.” The lyrics of this song adhere to the popular trend of singing about quiet, demure women who actually love to party. Although the female subject of this track may be an introvert who goes to bed early and does well in school, she goes out to drink, do drugs, and have sex with men.

The Puerto Rican songwriter Marcos Efraín Masís Fernández (more often known by the name Tainy) has production credits on this track. Tainy was born and raised in San Juan, the capital city of Puerto Rico, and has made his career in reggaeton, two aspects that make him an ideal musician to collaborate with Bad Bunny.

11. “Lo Siento BB:/” by Bad Bunny, Tainy, and Julieta Venegas

Song year: 2021

“Lo Siento BB:/” is another exemplary collaboration between Tainy and Mexican singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas. This song was released as a single off of Tainy’s album, called Data. This is an unusually sad love song compared to how Bad Bunny usually sings about women. In the lyrics of this track, he unexpectedly meets a woman, and they share instant chemistry.

However, instead of partying together and taking her home with him, Bad Bunny tells her not to fall in love with him because it’s been a long time since he has fallen for anyone emotionally, and he doesn’t think he can back her up.

12. “Volvi” by Bad Bunny and Aventura

Song year: 2021

Volvi is yet another song about one of Bad Bunny’s former romantic interests. He is jealous of her new lover and spends most of the song comparing himself to this man, telling his ex-girlfriend that he could satisfy her sexually better than her new lover. Bad Bunny makes it clear throughout the song that he wants to get back together with her.

While the lyrical content might be right on theme with the rest of his discography, this collaboration with the bachata band Aventura is what makes this 2021 single stand out as one of his best songs.

Aventura is an American band, though its members hail from Latin American countries, including Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. It’s composed of Anthony “Romeo Santos,” Henry Santos, Max Santos, and Lenny Santos, and together they have been nominated for music awards both in America and globally.

Despite having the same last name, the group members are not all related to one another. Two of them are brothers, and the other two are cousins, despite many fans assuming that all four are direct family.

13. “Andrea” by Bad Bunny

Song year: 2022

The last song that made this list of the best Bad Bunny songs is “Andrea,” also off of his newest album Un Verano Sin Ti. This song represents Bad Bunny’s social activism and has a powerful political meaning that resonates strongly with his fans. Sonically, it diverges from his typical reggaeton sound into some catchy Afrobeats.

“Andrea” is about domestic violence against women, a problem that is especially prevalent in Latin American countries. Some of his fans have speculated that the title refers to Andrea Ruiz Costa, who was brutally murdered by her romantic partner in 2021. However, Bad Bunny denies that this song is about her.

The song features Raquel Berríos of the Puerto Rican musical group Buscabulla, who sings from the perspective of the abused woman the song is named after.

Top Bad Bunny Songs, Final Thoughts

There you have it! This list encompasses the best songs that Bad Bunny has released. He is a prolific songwriter, having released four albums in the past two years. If this rapid pace continues into the next few years, there will be many more hit songs to add to this list.

Are you a Bad Bunny fan? Which of his songs is your favorite? Let us know if you have a new favorite song after reading this article and listening to some of the less famous songs that are listed!

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