Bad Bunny performed in Puerto Rico with an initiative that proposed bringing the concert to everyone.
According to official figures, the album has sold more than 274,000 units, which is more than 356.55 million reproductions.
The album “A summer without you” entered the digital charts for the first time and, with its 25 songs, was also among the most listened to.
Accompanied by a local brand of beer, Bad Bunny will complete the third of his consecutive concerts in Puerto Rico where, thanks to his initiative, everyone on the island will be able to enjoy it.
The singer currently tops a large number of playlists on digital platforms, placing more than fifteen songs in the world top spot on Spotify for his latest album alone.
This was Bad Bunny’s initiative to do a concert across Puerto Rico
The madness that singer Bad Bunny has unleashed around the world has made him one of the most listened to artists on digital platforms. The singer recently performed in his native Puerto Rico as part of his A Summer Without You promotional tour.
The trap singer wowed Puerto Ricans who managed to attend his first two concerts during his three consecutive performances on the island. But that wasn’t all, as he devised a strategy so that those who couldn’t be at his concert could enjoy it just as much.
As detailed, the singer placed 13 giant screens on the island of Puerto Rico with the intention that everyone could “attend” his concert and enjoy it. “A Summer Without You” currently ranks first on the Billboard and Spotify charts.
The initiative was proposed by Medalla, a local brewery brand that also serves as the producer of the new release’s presentations and has already had a huge impact on San Juan residents.
The strategy identified places such as La Placita in Santurce, the T-Mobile district, Arena Medalla and Eco’s Sports Park, Plaza Plácido Acevedo in Aguadilla, the Pavilion of Arts and Youth in Barranquitas, La Guancha in Ponce, Plaza de Arecibo, Plaza Poblado Boqueron and Ajíes de Mayaguez.
The concert was held at the Puerto Rico Coliseum and was televised by the Telemundo network in Puerto Rico. In addition, this initiative included the inclusion of guest artists such as Chencho Corleone, who performed the song “Me porto bonito”, Tony Torres in the song “Yo no soyceloso”, Tony Dize, who sang “La Corriente”, and Jhay Cortez, who sang “Tarot” and “How It Feels”, among many others such as Las Marías, Bomba Estéreo, Jowell and Randy and Arcángel.
These are some of the reactions to his concert on social media
Bad Bunny on his second show in Puerto Rico last night. 📸 pic.twitter.com/gHG80TRhgq
— GOD | BUNNY ☀️🌊❤ (@DiosBunnymx) July 30, 2022
Naguebona bad bunny talks to me like that and it can give me a heart attack what a hot man https://t.co/2RjynOnTfM
— Ce (@cecilceciliceci) July 30, 2022
Envy? Just envy the guys from PR who went to the Bad Bunny concert yesterday
– Mililu (@MilieAlexandra_) July 29, 2022
Bad Bunny during his presentation at the Puerto Rico Coliseum yesterday. pic.twitter.com/2DF0WtUEx7
— LIT Culture (@LITCULTUREMAG) July 29, 2022
We have to applaud the Puerto Rico Tourism Company for sponsoring the Bad Bunny concert. A marketing exercise with an excellent multiplier effect. Both FITUR and this initiative have been well implemented. For Caesar, what is Caesar’s. 👏🏾🇵🇷
— Backpacking (@WilMochileando) July 30, 2022
Bad Bunny is singing “Tu No Vive Así” with Arcángel today in Puerto Rico. 👹🐰 pic.twitter.com/DOjDHcrOq2
– Archive Bad Bunny (@ArchiveBenito) July 29, 2022
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