Bad Bunny updates the noise of Latin hip-hop

Embassy Club brought Bad Bunny to Las Vegas in May, just as the Puerto Rican rap artist was about to break huge. Since then, the artist born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio has actually emerged as among the leaders of the hot Latin trap movement, collaborating with established stars and fast-rising names like Prince Royce, Timbaland, J. Balvin, Wisin and Karol G. Now, thanks to the Embassy-Drai’s connection– the off-Strip club co-programs the Reggaeton Space at Drai’s After Hours– the Bunny returns for a Latin Grammys afterparty performance at Drai’s Club on the Cromwell rooftop.

Bad Bunny was among the first entertainers announced for this year’s Latin Grammy Awards, set for November 16 at MGM Grand Garden Arena, and he’s likewise nominated for Best Urban Blend Efficiency for “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola,” a slinky reggaeton track with Balvin.

His most recent songs and visitor appearances seem to hit even harder; however you can get a strong feel for Bad Bunny’s sound by paying attention to “Soy Peor,” on which he uses his striking baritone to come off like Bryson Tiller or Travis Scott en espanol. Earlier 2017 single “Diles” has already gone viral with more than 300 million YouTube views. Elaborately shaved hairdos, a flamboyant style sense and natural charisma have actually helped Bad Bunny become a real breakout artist, however everything comes from the music. Bad Bunny at Drai’s at the Cromwell, November 16.

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