Bad Bunny has had quite the year. This year, his fans seemed to have not been understanding Benito at all. Some were confused about him releasing new music since he said he was going to take 2023 off. Then, some publications allegedly misconstrued a couple of interviews featuring Benito – and that caused plenty of confusion too. Of course, one of the most eyebrow-raising things he’s done this year is date Candle Jenga. I guess it wouldn’t be Bad Bunny if he didn’t do lo que se le de la gana. In fact, he just shocked his following as he announced his new album, “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana.”
The boricua icon has been teasing fans with cryptic clues, and finally, the veil of mystery has been lifted. The artist himself took to social media and dropped a video that promotes his upcoming album. Towards the end of the video, the date October 13th, 2023 appears. From this, we can conclude that his new album will be released this Friday.
Over the weekend, Bad Bunny also tantalized his fans by revealing that “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana” would feature a staggering 22 tracks, promising “palo” after “palo.” Meaning, that all the songs will be “fire.”
While he released what seems to be the track list, there are speculations that point at other collaborations. In fact, there are billboards being displayed with different artists that suggest they are going to be part of Bad Bunny’s newest project. These billboards also bear the “Nadie Sabe” hashtag, but one can’t be too sure.
Could we expect surprise appearances that will elevate “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana” to legendary status? Or will this be Benito’s first flop? After all, fans are not happy that he’s made his way into the Kardashian-Jenner clan as they are notorious for cultural appropriation. Ay, Benito. When will he learn?
‘Nadie Sabe’ How His New Album Will Fair
Bad Bunny has always been a master of surprising his audience, pushing boundaries, and challenging conventions. With this upcoming album, he is set to exceed the success of his past album “Un Verano Sin Ti.”
Do you think that is possible? Will “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana” be a cultural phenomenon too? If history is any indication, we’re in for a wild ride.For Image credit or remove please email for immediate removal - firstname.lastname@example.org