Bad Bunny Releases the Video for ‘Me Porto Bonito,’ the Most Played Song of His New Album

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If anyone knows about timing, it’s Bad Bunny. The Puerto Rican singer has anticipated the summer and the heat waves to give his fans a video full of color and lots of water.

It’s “Me Porto Bonito,” the song with the highest number of plays on his new album. 

In collaboration with reggaeton pioneer Chencho Corleone, the video for “Me Porto Bonito” begins with Bad Bunny playing the role of errand boy, washing the car of some sunbathing girls.

The beat forewarns Benito to turn the hose and start a big party.

As reported by Rolling Stone, the video was directed by Fernando Lugo and plays with high-definition images full of Benito’s typical symbolism: from crop tops to bright yellow crocs.

For his part, Corleone seems to be enjoying quite a renaissance, having pioneered the urban genre with his duo Plan B in the early 2000s.

Now, “Me Porto Bonito,” the most-played song on the most-listened-to album, has a video to match.

Check it out: