During his performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night, Bad Bunny surprised fans with the announcement that his sophomore album, YHLQMDLG (“Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana” or “I Do What I Want”), would be releasing on this year’s leap day, February 29. He’s now released the project in its entirety, which follows a series of cryptic messages earlier this week that alluded to the project’s drop.
Clocking in at 20 tracks that span 65 minutes in length, YHLQMDLG soaks with Bunny’s characteristic reggaeton flair, channeling his Puerto Rican origins through eclectic Latin trap and hip-hop infusion. He furthers the connection with his roots through a menacing lineup of the country’s best, with Reggaeton pioneer Daddy Yankee featured on the Tainy-produced “La Santa,” Ñengo Flow making a cameo on “Que Malo,” reggaeton duo Jowel y Randy featured on “Safaera,” and a whole lot more. Other Puerto Rican artists featured include Latin trap pioneer Anuel AA, Mike Towers, and Kendo Kaponi, amongst others.
You can stream YHLQMDLG below. Bad Bunny has also shared a visual offering for “La Difícil,” which can also be viewed below.
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