Bad Bunny is switching tongues…
The 27-year-old Puerto Rican superstar doesn’t speak Japanese, but he sings a few words of it on his new single, “Yonaguni,” to heal a broken heart.
The track, Bad Bunny’s first official single since he releases his album El Último Tour del Mundo last November, is named after an island in Japan. And although Bad Bunny has never been there, something clicked at a distance.
The song is basically about trying to overcome a breakup but missing that special person no matter how hard he tries.
Putting aside his Latin trap roots and newfound alternative perreo sound, Bad Bunny returns to his vulnerable and emo lyrics, bringing to life a down-tempo, chill reggaeton song.
“Yonaguni” was released, as all things Bunny, in surprise fashion at midnight on Thursday.
As for the track’s video, Bad Bunny insiders say it’s one of the least expensive he’s ever done, with production kept to a minimum.