Bad Bunny Gets Lost at Sea in "Ni Bien Ni Mal" Video

The visual was directed by Jessy Terrero.

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Puerto Rican star Bad Bunny continues to get bigger and better. The Latin artist drops the video for “Ni Bien Ni Mal,” which is directed by Jessy Terrero. In the visual, Bad Bunny finds himself lost at sea with his dog after a bad thunderstorm until he washes up on an island that is full of beautiful women.

“Nien Bien Ni Mal” is the opening track off his X100Pre album, which was one of the best of 2018. Just a week ago, Bad Bunny rode a jet ski on stage for his Billboard Latin Music Award performance.

Most recently, Bad Bunny was featured in Lil Dicky’s 32-feature record titled “Earth,” which dropped last month to commemorate Earth Day.

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