The musical premieres of the week that ended on May 8 are led by the Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny, who surprised his followers with “A summer without you.”
The Puerto Rican star released his newest studio album Un Verano Sin Ti, on Friday. With it came an epic music video for his opening track Moscow Mule, that sets the tone for summer.
The music video for the tune – which was directed by Stillz – starts with a nude Bunny hitch-hiking before a future love interest picks him up. They end up having a fun-filled summer night, dancing around a campfire, going on a late-night drive for snacks, getting intimate and partying at a club before she drops him off again.
The 4-minute video then ends with the couple naked on the beach.
Un Verano Sin Ti, which follows his hit 2020 album YHLQMDLG, represents a “new era” in Bunny’s music, per People.
According to a press release, the album serves as an introduction to the summer season with everything from its colourful cover art to Bunny preaching about putting feelings of sadness aside and living in the moment, attributing to making the most of the season.
The rapper’s album release comes hot on the heels of the announcement that he will be Marvel’s first Latino superhero.
Bad Bunny to play El Muerto in Marvel’s first Latino-led superhero movie
Bad Bunny will play superhero El Muerto, in the first Marvel movie to star a Latino lead. The Puerto Rican rapper, real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, made a surprise appearance during Sony’s presentation at CinemaCon, a trade show for movie theatre owners, in Las Vegas on Monday and was announced as El Muerto.