Bad Bunny’s album is the most played album in one day on Spotify

The music platform Spotify reported this Saturday that the new and seventh album ‘Nobody knows what will happen tomorrow’, which Puerto Rican urban artist Bad Bunny released on Friday, has become the most played album in one day in 2023.

“On October 13, Bad Bunny’s ‘Nobody Knows What’s Going to Happen Tomorrow’ became the most streamed album in a single day on Spotify so far in 2023,” Spotify pointed out in a statement.

Bad Bunny achieved the title of most listened to artist on Spotify three years in a row in 2020, 2021 and 2022.

Likewise, in July 2023, the album “Un Verano Sin Ti” became the most listened to album of all time in the history of Spotify worldwide.

The 22-track album “Nobody Knows What’s Going to Happen Tomorrow” features collaborations with Arcángel, Bryant Myers, De La Ghetto, Eladio Carrión, Feid, Luar La L, Mora, Ñengo Flow, Young Miko and Youngchimi.

As part of the album launch, Bad Bunny himself performed at a “listening party” at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico, in San Juan, in front of more than 10,000 people on Thursday evening.

Several of the album’s guest artists also arrived there, including Arcángel, Feid and Young Miko, according to photos and videos published by people who attended the event.

Bad Bunny, winner of three Anglo-Saxon Grammys and nine Latin Grammys, appeared at the event riding a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow that came from the roof of the San Juan Stadium and which he has used in several music videos.

The artist, in turn, is preparing to be host and musical guest of the American program Saturday Night Live on October 21.

Source: El heraldo