Bad Bunny is back on the GRAMMY stage! On Sunday, the 28-year-old global superstar performed a medley from her album, A Verano Sin Ti.
The rapper, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, brought Puerto Rico to the Crypto.com Arena and stood his fellow musicians – including Taylor Swift – on their feet while they danced.
Bad Bunny performed with an ensemble of dancers who filled the stage and the crowd as he sang, turning the venue into a dance party for the ceremony’s opening show. Cameras caught Swift dancing as the set walked past her table.
Tonight’s performance marked the first time Bad Bunny took the stage as a headliner. In 2021, he was joined by Jhay Cortez for a performance of “Dakiti”.
Bad Bunny is nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance (“Moscow Mule”) and Best Urban Music Album (A Verano Sin Ti) categories.
This year, Bad Bunny made history with their album, A Verano Sin Ti, was the first album in Spanish to be nominated in the category.
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