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Bad Bunny Drops ‘Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana’: Stream His New Album Now

The 22-track set follows the Puerto Rican star's blockbuster Un Verano Sin Ti.

Bad Bunny Drops ‘Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana’: Stream His New Album Now

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We may not know what will happen tomorrow but what we do know is that Bad Bunny‘s new album is finally here. Titled Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, which loosely translates to, “nobody knows what will happen tomorrow,” the name of his new album captures Bunny’s unpredictability and knack for keeping his fans on the edge.

Just last month, after releasing his latest reggaeton single “Un Preview,” the Puerto Rican superstar told his more-than 15 million followers on his WhatsApp Channel that “this is possibly the last song I release this year. It’s a little preview of what’s to come next year,” leaving fans thinking he wouldn’t release new music for the remainder of 2023. But, in true Bad Bunny fashion, he’s not only released one song, he’s gifted fans an entire album.


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On Monday (Oct. 9), the chart-topping singer took to Instagram to share the album title and release date. “The most anticipated day by many has arrived,” he captioned the promo video in which he’s seen swarmed by paparazzi before entering a fancy restaurant and being greeted by a gentleman who says, “Don Benito, it’s so nice to see you.”

Just hours before dropping the record, Apple Music unveiled the tracklist with new songs such as “Mr. October,” “Gracias Por Nada,” “No Me Quiero Casar” and “Thunder y Lightning,” featuring collabs with Feid, Arcángel, Young Miko and De La Ghetto, among others. The set also includes the previously-released “Where She Goes” and “Un Preview.”

Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana follows Bad Bunny’s blockbuster Un Verano Sin Ti. The album, only the second all Spanish-language album to hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200, spent 13 nonconsecutive weeks atop the tally. It was also up for album of the year at the Grammy Awards, becoming the first Spanish-language album to score a nomination in that category.

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Stream Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana below.

This article originally appeared on Billboard U.S.

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