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Bad Bunny will offer a virtual concert on September 20

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SAN JUAN – The Puerto Rican urban artist Bad Bunny will offer a virtual concert on September 20, in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Uforia platform of Univision reported on Monday.

The presentation will be broadcast through the page, as part of the return of Uforia Music Series, its Twitter and Twitch account, and Bad Bunny’s YouTube account, as explained in a press release released this Monday.

“We are extremely excited to celebrate the richness of Latino culture during this Hispanic Heritage Month with this unique experience, and to commemorate the resilience of Puerto Ricans three years after Hurricane Maria,” the president of Univision Radio said in the statement. , Jesús Lara.

“We are very proud to present the art of Bad Bunny, who has had a profound impact on our culture and the music industry on a large scale,” Lara emphasized.

The presentation of Benito Martínez, Bad Bunny’s real name, will mark the premiere of Uforia Music Series, made up of a group of monthly virtual concerts by renowned artists until December under the headline “Uforia Live,” the statement added.

Upcoming artists and show dates will be announced later.

For Puerto Ricans, the presentation of Bad Bunny on Sunday is an opportunity to see him live, after the artist had to cancel his next October 30 and 31 shows that he had on the agenda at the Hiram Bithorn Stadium, in San Juan.

Bad Bunny is one of the most influential and followed artists in the world.

Winner of a Latin Grammy, Bad Bunny has managed to break the barriers of Castilian with his songs, as well as with social stereotypes, by dressing up as a woman in the music video for his song, “Yo perreo sola”.

Similarly, the Puerto Rican artist became the first reggaeton artist to appear on the cover of the American magazine “Rolling Stone.”

At the moment, Bad Bunny has released three solo albums: “X 100PRE”, “YHLQMDLG” and “Las Que No Iban A Salir”.

The third debuted first on Billboard magazine’s “Top Latin Albums” list, causing the other two albums to drop to second and third.

However, “YHLQMDLG” became the first album by a Latin artist to reach the second position on the global “Billboard 200” chart.

Likewise, the artist has managed to place 24 singles on the list of the global “Hot 100”.

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