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Bad Bunny takes Ivy Queen to concert at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles

With just one more show on the schedule, Bad Bunny just wrapped up the North American leg of his “World’s Hottest Tour.” That title has certainly lived up to its promise, as the Puerto Rican phenom clinched the highest grossing tour August with this walk, which consists of several stops at the most important stages of the country. Last night, he pulled out all the stops for the first of two back-to-back shows at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

He brought several guests, including reggaeton pioneer Ivy Queen, who performed a medley of her greatest hits, and declared his love for Los Angeles, drawing cheers throughout the night with: “Latinos in Los Angeles, sit down! ”.

After some discussions circulated online that the singer seemed bummed out onstage over his home island’s fight with Hurricane Fiona, Bunny appeared to be in high spirits Friday night. He spent the nearly three-hour set singing his heart out and sharing sentimental moments with the thousands of fans who held flashy signs with anniversary dates, marriage proposals, and many other requests written on them.

Around 8:50 pm, the brilliant introductory notes of “Moscow Mule”, the first cut of “Un Verano Sin Ti”, kicked off the night. Ear-rending screams and shaking floorboards ushered in Bad Bunny’s release. From there, he welcomed his first surprise guest, Chencho Corleone, to the stage. The pair sang “Me Porto Bonito,” which defined summer, and instructed the stadium to sing in an acapella rendition of their infectious choir.

A few songs later, Jowell and Randy, the reggaeton champion couple behind “Safaera,” joined Bunny for an explosive rendition of the song. The three took turns spitting out their verses, playing off each other’s energy center stage as the thumping bass of reggaeton drums led the next track. However, no one could have expected the excitement that would follow.

During her presentation of “Yo Perreo Sola”, Ivy Queen appeared on stage and finished the last lines of the song as Bad Bunny’s fashionable woman. The Puerto Rican singer and pioneer of the Latin urban scene wore a dazzling blue, white and red ensemble inspired by the Playboy Bunny, adorned with the Puerto Rican flag. Accompanied by the hand of Bad Bunny, the singer approached the front of the stage where she completed a brief repertoire of her greatest hits beginning with “Te He Querido”, in addition to “Quiero Bailar” and “Quitate Tu Pa Ponerme Yo” .

He and his dancers then took a short break sitting on the stage’s fake beach to take turns drinking from a bottle of wine while interacting with fans in the front rows. Jokingly pointing to a brunette girl who was sitting on the shoulders of someone like Becky G, she called all the singles going to the party in the room and sent some well wishes to all the couples, before welcoming a One more guest that night: Li Saumet of Bomba Estéreo, who joined him on stage in a neon pink and green look for his Latin Grammy-nominated play “Ojitos Lindos.”

The night continued with Bad Bunny delivering a speech, of which he repeated snippets throughout the night, expressing his thanks to the fans who had been there for him since 2016, and to those who stood by him during the release of his blockbuster “ A Veran”.

By the time the finalists of the night began to play, “El Apagón” and “Después De La Playa”, the public was ready to leave the last of their energy. On stage, a full-fledged party between Bad Bunny, her dancers and the band served as an example to the lines of fans while fireworks and pyrotechnics helped to close the night. Upon leaving, enthusiastic concertgoers filled the endless halls of SoFi Stadium singing along with the highlights of the set.

Bad Bunny will play one more show at SoFi Stadium tonight, in what has now been declared “Bad Bunny Day” in Los Angeles, City Hall confirmed Saturday morning. according to a KTLA report, Los Angeles City Councilman Kevin de Leó proposed the decision (which was supported by all council members) to honor the artist’s “immense cultural impact on the Latino community throughout the city of Los Angeles.” of reggaeton.

He continued: “The population of the City of Los Angeles is 50% Latino, one of the largest Latino populations in the world outside of Latin American countries. Bad Bunny’s cultural impact will have a tremendous and positive influence on future generations and redefine Latino culture in Los Angeles and beyond for years to come.”

Bad Bunny will head south on October 1. 21 to play at the Félix Sánchez Olympic Stadium in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The tour of Central and South America will conclude at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City on December 1. 9



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