Bad Bunny Shares Documentary About Puerto Rico With New Video for “El Apagón”: Watch


Bad Bunny Shares Documentary About Puerto Rico With New Video for “El Apagón”: Watch

It unravels some of the economic and social injustices happening on the superstar’s beloved home island

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Bad Bunny in “El Apagón” (Still via YouTube)

Bad Bunny has shared a new video for his Un Verano Sin Ti track “El Apagón,” which he’s accompanied with a short documentary titled Aquí Vive Gente (People Live Here). Reported by Bianca Graulau, the latter examines overlapping social and economic justice issues in Puerto Rico, including summertime blackouts by privatized energy companies, massive rent hikes, luxury development, and tax loopholes for wealthy foreigners. Take a look below.

Since issuing Un Verano Sin Ti in May, the Puerto Rican superstar has released videos for “Neverita,” “Me Porto Bonito,” and “Tití Me Preguntó” from the album. The LP had the biggest No. 1 debut of 2022 upon its release, and though it was unseated by Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers the following week, it eventually returned to the top of the charts. Bad Bunny performed “Tití Me Preguntó” live from Yankee Stadium for MTV’s VMAs at the end of August.


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