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Why Bad Bunny Becoming the First Latino to Grace the Cover of ‘Vogue Italia’ Is Such a Significant Milestone to Puerto Ricans 

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Bad Bunny, fresh off concluding his “Most Wanted Tour” in Puerto Rico, has once again made history by becoming the first man to grace the cover of Vogue Italia solo. The Boricua stunned the internet with his radical new look, featuring bright yellow hair. 

The prestigious fashion magazine showcased the artist in a striking photoshoot, where he donned extravagant designs from top fashion houses like Louis Vuitton, Egon Lab, Tom Ford, Gucci, Balenciaga, Valentino, Givenchy, and Loewe. The shoot was captured by Brazilian photographer Rafael Pavarotti. 

What Bad Bunny Said During His Interview with ‘Vogue Italia’

In an accompanying interview, Bad Bunny, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, shared insights into his daily routine and the phenomenal success of his recent tour. According to Primera Hora, the “Most Wanted Tour” generated over $200 million from selling approximately 700,000 tickets across 46 shows in 30 different venues. 

“It’s practically impossible to stop. I think about music even when I sleep. While working on one project, I always have the next one in mind. I like to make what I imagine come true,” El Conejo Malo said. 

Reflecting on his journey to stardom, the Puerto Rican native discussed the hard work and consistency that have propelled his career, as well as the conversations sparked by his bold fashion choices over the years. 

“Where I grew up, if you’re a guy, you feel like there aren’t many options. Jeans, a shirt, and that’s it. When I gained popularity and the means to do it, I told myself: I want to do whatever I want. Do I want to wear this? I’ll do it,” he explained. He also served as an ambassador at the latest Met Gala-themed “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion,” where he honored the “nature” behind clothing. 

Bad Bunny also spoke about how he experiences spirituality amidst his superstardom. Additionally, he revealed to the magazine that he has curated around 60 playlists, featuring a diverse range of music from reggaeton to bands like Motley Crue and Queen, as well as artists like Bobby Valentin, Chet Baker, and Britney Spears. 

Bad Bunny continues to make big moves. Let’s see what’s next for him.  

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