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Bad Bunny is the first confirmation for MEO Sudoeste

Bad Bunny is one of the strongest names in Latin music today. Since entering the scene in 2016, the Puerto Rican singer, rapper and producer has been at the forefront of new trends in Latin-flavored urban music. And his fame began even before a record was released, which makes the journey of this young musician even more impressive. Bad Bunny was born in 1994 under the baptism name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio.

Little Benito started singing at the age of five and took the song very seriously from those early moments, receiving over the years influences from names like Héctor Lavoe, Vito C, Daddy Yankee and Marc Anthony. He studied audiovisual communication in Puerto Rico, started working in a supermarket and never gave up making his music at night, publishing these first songs on SoundCloud.

Themes like “Diles”, “Soy Peor” and “Pa Ti” showed the world that this young man from Puerto Rico was coming to make his mark, and in 2018 alone, his name appears four times on the top singles. top sellers, even reaching the top spot with rapper Cardi B’s “I Like It” theme, also featuring J Balvin.

His debut album, “X 100PRE”, also released in 2018, reached the number one spot in the Latin bestselling album chart. Bad Bunny’s commercial success is due to her contagious energy and eclectic approach that can mix Latin soul, pop, r & b, reggaeton and a host of other musical nuances, always serving a wide spectrum of emotions, from love to anger sometimes within the same song. Songs like “Mia,” featuring Drake and over 900,000 YouTube views, ensure an unforgettable concert on the MEO Stage of the 24th MEO Sudoeste.

The 24th edition of MEO Sudoeste is back in Zambujeira do Mar from August 4-8, 2020 and MEO anticipated the release of the MSW Tribe Pack, exclusive MEO of the 2020 edition of the largest Summer Festival.

For the biggest fans of the festival, limited in number and exclusive to the MEO online store, the MSW Tribe Pack includes 5 Festival Day passes that include 9 free camping days.
First units – 370 € SOLD OUT
Next Units – 380 €
Latest units – 399 €
Also available are the FNAC Exclusive Fan Pack in limited quantity at FNAC stores and at fnac.pt, as well as daily passes and tickets at Blueticket.pt and the usual venues….
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