Bad Bunny net worth Forbes 2021: Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio was born on the 10th of March, 1994, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Ocasio was raised by his parents Benito Martínez and Lysaurie Ocasio Declet.
Bad Bunny net worth Forbes 2021
As of 2021, Bad Bunny net worth Forbes 2021 is $8 million and his collaboration with famous artists increased his popularity made him to became one of the most sought after trap artists and started acquiring international audiences
Bad Bunny’s net worth Forbes 2021: $8 Million
Bad Bunny Age: 26
Born: March 10, 1994
Country of Origin: Puerto Rico
Source of Wealth: Professional Singer
Bunny is considered one of the pioneers of Latin trap music as his music is often defined as Latin trap and reggaeton, but he has incorporated various other genres into his music, including rock, bachata, and soul.
Bad Bunny started singing at a very young age after listening to an album of the famous reggaeton rapper, Vico C and by the time Bunny
was five, hey had decided that he wanted to be a singer.
Bad Bunny career got noticed after he created a song called ‘Diles’ and had uploaded it on the online audio distribution platform, SoundCloud. The song went viral and got the attention of a music producer DJ Luian. Luian who was impressed with Bad Bunny’s singing skills and hence signed him.
In 2017, he joined hands with the Colombian singer J Balvin, and was featured in Balvin’s hit number ‘Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola.’ Bad Bunny was also featured in Becky G’s single, titled ‘Mayores.’ Later, he collaborated with J Balvin and Prince Royce, and released a song titled ‘Sensualidad,’ which claimed the tenth spot in the ‘Hot Latin Songs’ chart. Bad Bunny also released his single ‘Tú No Metes Cabra’ on November 2017.
Bad Bunny’s collaboration with famous artists increased his popularity made him to became one of the most sought after trap artists and started acquiring international audiences. And he has a massive fan following on his official Instagram account as well. On Spotify, Bad Bunny attracts 5.7 million listeners every month.
Bad Bunny Music Highlights
Soy Peor (Song, 2016)
El Conejo Malo (Album, 2017)
MTV Video Music Award for the Best Song of the Summer (2018) – Won
Vete (Song, 2019)
Oasis (Album, 2019)