There’s no doubt that Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio has become much more than just a singer. His music videos, song lyrics, outfits, screen appearances, and every statement he makes certainly generate amazement from the public and the music industry itself.
I mean, just watch his performance at the 2022 MTV VMAs in New York where he took home the “Artist of the Year” award — basically the biggest prize of the night. If that’s not enough, Benito became the first non-English-language singer to win that title, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Everything that has Bad Bunny’s name on it is more likely to become popular, viral, and, of course, will make you look cool.
This is why at BELatina we want to celebrate one of the most important Latinx figures of recent times.
So, support these Latinx-owned shops that have been creative enough to use their talent and create awesome Conejo Malo-inspired products.
I already need all of them!
If you’re a cafecito lover, tea enthusiast, or even an avid water drinker, this shop sure has the most aesthetic Bad Bunny drinkware out there. Whether you’re more of a Un Verano Sin Ti fan or prefer a different design — maybe a Halloween Benito-themed mug, why not? — this Latina-owned shop based in Dallas, Texas, has it all. You can follow the shop on Instagram at @vibe.desings. I must say that many of the products are limited edition and some designs change once they run out of stock.
April Store has some serious crochet art and their most recent creations are two Un Verano Sin Ti crop tops that are beyond cute. Founded by Abril Vega from Cordova, Mexico, the store offers different crochet handmade products created by women weavers from Mexico. Their products ship to the United States, so you can rest assured that you can rock this Bad Bunny piece of art at whichever party or concert you go to. Make sure you follow April Store on Instagram at @april_store_.
If you’re into anything embroidery, this shop is definitely a go-to. The shop has “Bebesita” and “Bebesota” sweatshirts, keychains of the popular Bad Bunny’s sad heart from his album cover, “Callaita” hats, Bad Bunny stickers, and even an original “Un Halloween Sin Ti” crewneck — which I’m sure will make you win all the Halloween costume contests this year. You can follow this Latina-owned and operated shop at @mferthreads. Pretty sure you’ll find almost anything Bad Bunny!
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If you’re looking for a Bad Bunny hand-painted phone case, a smartphone grip, or even a piece of Benito art, this Merida, Mexico-based artist will meet all your Conejo Malo needs. These original products ship worldwide so there will be no problem getting your order right at your door. You can follow Maricruz Padilla’s shop at @maricruzpadilla.artx.
While you make your orders, I’m still trying to decide which Benito product to get. I feel like I want — and deserve — all of them!