Bad Bunny has released his long-awaited sophomore solo album, Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana (also stylized as YHLQMDLG). The title translates to I Do Whatever I Want.
The sprawling 20-track album includes an all-star lineup of guests — including Daddy Yankee, Ñengo Flow, Sech and Jowell y Randy — as well as surprise vocals by Arcángel, Anuel AA and Myke Towers. The song “Bichiyal” also features a comeback from Puerto Rican cult favorite, Yaviah.
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The Friday night release of YHLQMDLG was accompanied by a Cliqua and Stillz-directed video for “La Difícil,” which follows a young mother who gets hired as a backup dancer in one of Bad Bunny’s videos. Visuals for the other songs feature a young Benito look-alike, who dances, stomps and draws pictures in his bedroom.
Said Bad Bunny of the new album on Twitter Friday afternoon: “Les recomiendo que esta noche se reunan con sus amistades y seres queridos, compren cervezas, tengan el surtido correcto para toda la noche y la pasen cabrón escuchando mi álbum.” In short, the album goes down best with a few beers and close buddies.
Listen to the full album here:
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