translated from Spanish: Bad Bunny will be on the cover of The New York Times

San Juan, Puerto Rico.- A few months after his brilliant participation in Playboy magazine, singer Bad Bunny surprises his fans again with his upcoming appearance on the cover of The New York Times magazine.As is well known, the famous magazine brings out a Cultural Edition house year and on this occasion will address the childhood, trajectory and music of the famous Puerto Rican singer , who has a four-year career in the world of trap.
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The author of the edition, Carina del Valle Schorske, detailed that the article about Bad Bunny delys into the protest lyrics of her latest songs, the particularity of her voice and her most recent album YHLQMDLG. Del Valle Schorske traveled to Puerto Rico to interview the rising star, who has used his music to raise awareness and denounce the deaths of women and transgender people on the island, in addition to the response given by the United States to the emergence of Hurricane Maria.
“It’s a story about Bad Bunny’s Puerto Rico, or About Puerto Rico’s Bad Bunny,” the reporter says of the piece. “And when I say Puerto Rico, I mean the archipelago but also the diaspora and the solidarity that forms the diaspora,” he adds. The interview with Bad Bunny, whose real name is Benito Martínez, lasted about six hours. After it, the American publisher spoke with DJ Orma, producer Taina, Residente and several other artists such as Cecilia Peña-Govea.

Original source in Spanish

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