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The 15 Best Bad Bunny Songs You've Gotta Blast RN

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The 15 Best Bad Bunny Songs You've Gotta Blast RNFrazer Harrison

Bad Bunny may only be 29 years old, but my god has that man racked up a long list of hits. Really, he just doesn't miss! And you know what that means for all of us fans: plenty of genre-defying, award-winning anthems to stack our playlists with.

The Puerto Rican singer, rapper, and actor (whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, BTW) has five studio albums out now and has done collabs with the likes of Cardi B and Drake. And he's broken some serious records along the way, like becoming the first non-English artist to be Spotify's most-streamed artist of the year. From feel-good, self-love songs to club hit that'll get you hyped, there's a Bad Bunny track for every occasion, so, here are 15 of his very best.

"Yo Perreo Sola"

The name of this song might translate to "I twerk alone," but I can guarantee you this reggaeton track will have you wanting to grab your besties and hit the dance floor at the club.

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"La Romana," ft. El Alfa

Bringing together Bad Bunny's sound with Dominican artist El Alfa, it's a beautiful Caribbean blend you can't not put on repeat.

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"Safaera," ft. Jowell & Randy and Ñengo Flow

This song already has an old school vibe, and then it hits you with that sample from Missy Elliot's "Get Your Freak On" and it takes things to a whole new (even more amazing) level.

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"El Apagón"

Bad Bunny's Puerto Rican pride is in full force in this hit, creating a new anthem that not only highlights the island but calls out the gentrification that's happening.

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"Solo de Mí"

A bit more subdued than the usual Bad Bunny bop (well, until the beat switch towards the end), this song touches on some heavier topics, like gender-based violence.

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"Caro"

Back in his earlier days, Bad Bunny was known for his painted nails and out-there, fashion-forward wardrobe choices, and this song is a response to all the people who might've raised their eyebrows at him.

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"La Difícil"

Yes, this song is going to have you wanting to get out of your seat, but the lyrics about an independent woman who doesn't want to belong to anyway makes it even more fun.

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"Estamos Bien"

Bad Bunny's living his best life, and he let us know it with this song all about how he's doing just fine, getting to experience the life he used to only dream of (blinged out, flying private, with some money in the bank account).

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"Callaíta"

This song might be on the more chill side of things, and that might be appropriate since it's about a girl who's kinda quiet. But as you start to find out in the song, she's also kinda bad, too.

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"P FKN R," ft. Kendo Kaponi and Arcangel

Another anthem for Puerto Rico (featuring two of Bad Bunny's fellow islanders), this is also what Bad Bunny named his two-day festival in San Juan after.

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"Dákiti," ft. Jhay Cortez

The lead single from Bad Bunny's third album, this song was the first song ever to debut in the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot Latin Songs chart.

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"Chambea"

If you need something to keep you motivated, this is a good song to throw on. The chorus repeats "Chambea, jala," which means to keep hustling.

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"MALDITA POBREZA"

This song takes a bit of a turn into a more rock-like feel, and, yes, is still amazing. Part of that is because the lyrics are so relatable, all about wanting to buy all of the nice things you see but not being able to afford them.

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"BOOKER T"

In case you didn't know, Bad Bunny is also a pro wrestler and this song is named after the WWE champion Booker T. In it, Bad Bunny highlights all of the success he's had so far, calling himself a king and champion like Booker T.

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"Amorfoda"

This emotional piano track sees Bad Bunny really get into his feels post-breakup, questioning whether love really even exists.

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