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The Puerto Rican artist has a total of 13 titles that have reached the milestone number.

Lucky No. 13! Bad Bunny is now one of the artists with the most videos in YouTube’s Billion Views Club with 13 entries. He’s in a tie with J Balvin and Ozuna, who also have 13 videos that have reached the milestone.

In 2022, Bad closed out his year by adding three titles to his list of videos with more than one billion views: “Dákiti” with Jhay Cortez, which surpassed the 10-digit mark in January; “Amorfoda,” which achieved it on Sept. 8; and “Callaíta” with Tainy, which reached the milestone in the last days of December.

This year, four other music videos — in which Bunny serves as the lead, featured artist or collaborator —also skyrocketed into the Billion Views Club: “Soy Peor,” the 2016 trap anthem that ultimately put him on the map; the sensual “Diles,” also from 2016, which features Ozuna, Farruko, Arcángel and Ñengo Flow; “Ahora Me Llama,” his first collaborative effort with Karol G in 2017; and also his first collab with J Balvin, the 2017 “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola.”

Prior to the newly added titles, the Puerto Rican star had garnered one billion views with videos for “Te Boté (Remix),” “Mayores,” “No Me Conoce (Remix),” “I Like It,” “Mía” and “Tú No Vive Así.” Three other visuals are close to reaching the milestone, including “Báilame (Remix)” with Nacho y Yandel; “Sensualidad” with Prince Royce, J Balvin, DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz; and “Soltera (Remix)” with Lunay and Daddy Yankee. They all with more than 900,000 views as of press time.

The artist born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio has catapulted to global success with albums YHLQMDLG, Las Que No Iban a Salir, El Último Tour del Mundo, and Un Verano Sin Ti. The latter two of those debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, making him the only artist to top the tally with a Spanish-language album — not once, but twice.

The 23-track set spent a total of 13 non-consecutive weeks atop the Billboard 200, became the first Spanish-language album to be nominated for album of the year at the Grammy Awards, and won the IFPI Global Album Award, becoming the first Latin artist to ever win an IFPI global award, according to the organization. 

Below, see all of Bad Bunny’s videos to enter the YouTube Billion Views Club:

  • “Te Bote (Remix)”

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    Bad Bunny joined the star-studded reggaeton lineup of “Te Bote (Remix)” alongside newcomers Casper, Nio García, Darell, Ozuna and pioneer Nicky Jam. The music video, featuring all six artists, was published on April 11, 2018, and has garnered more than 2.2 billion views at the time of publishing. 

  • “Mayores”

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    Five summers ago, Becky G and Bad Bunny teamed up for the flirtatious “Mayores” track, narrating the story of a girl who likes older men. The music video, officially published on July 14, 2017, has garnered more than 2.1 billion video views at the time of publishing and is currently Becky G’s most-watched music clip.

  • “No Me Conoce (Remix)”

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    In 2019, Bad Bunny and J Balvin released an entire collaborative album called Oasis. That  same year, they teamed up with various artists including Jhayco on his “No Me Conoce (Remix).” The bromance was so real that this music video garnered more than 1.9 billion views since it was published on May 17, 2019.

  • “I Like It”

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    The music video for Cardi B’s “I Like It,” alongside Bad Bunny and J Balvin, was published on May 29, 2018, and currently has nearly 1.5 billion views at the time of publishing. The track reworks the classic “I Like It Like That,” originally performed by Pete Rodriguez in 1967 and taken to No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1997 (titled “I Like It”) by The Blackout Allstars.

  • “Tu No Vive Asi”

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    In 2016, Latin hitmakers DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz reeled in Puerto Rican star Arcangel and a then-rising artist Bad Bunny for “Tu No Vives.” The track, which sends a message to the haters and people who are fake, further propelled the growing Latin trap movement. The video currently has more than 1.4 billion views (at the time of publishing).

  • “Mia”

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    Published on Oct. 11, 2018, Bad Bunny and Drake’s block party music video currently has over 1.3 billion views (at the time of publishing). Two months later, the track hit No. 1 on the Billboard Latin Airplay, Latin Pop Songs, and Latin Rhythm Airplay Charts.

  • “Dákiti”

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    With over 1.2 billion views, the official music video for “Dákiti,” which shows the two artists performing the song in a beach setting, premiered on Oct. 20, 2020. On the Billboard charts, the track, part of Bunny’s chart-topping album El Ultimo Tour del Mundo, hit No. 1 on Jan. 2, 2021, and spent 27 consecutive weeks at the top.

  • “Amorfoda”

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    Released just one day after Valentine’s Day in February of 2018, “AMORFODA” marked a significant departure from Bad Bunny’s usual trap-infused musical style, with the two-time Grammy winner opting instead for minimalistic piano. Four years later, the music video surpassed the one billion views mark.

  • “Callaíta”

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    Released in 2019, “Callaíta” helped set the tone for Un Verano Sin Ti with its summery beach vibe. The music video to the Bunny and Tainy song shows a shy girl who lowkey loves the party life.

  • “Diles”

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    Bad Bunny joined forces with Ozuna, Farruko, Arcángel, and Ñengo Flow on the sultry trap song “Diles.” An official music video was never released but its lyric video, published to YouTube on Aug. 25, 2016, has amassed over one billion views, further proving it’s a timeless bop.

  • “Soy Peor”

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    “Soy Peor,” which translates to “I’m worst,” peaked at No. 19 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart and served as one of Bunny’s first breakout hits. In the NSFW video, Bunny is seen hiding a body in the trunk of his car and then hanging out with some girls at the club.

  • “Ahora Me Llama”

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    In 2017, a then-rising Karol G and Bad Bunny teamed up for the first time on “Ahora Me Llama.” The sultry trap song is all about female empowerment, telling the story of a woman who’s moved on from a bad relationship and is living her best single life. To date, it’s the only collaborative effort between Karol and Bad, and Karol still performs it live during her shows.

  • “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola”

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    Marking their first collaboration together, J Balvin reeled in Bad Bunny for “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola” in 2017. The tropical, groovy, trap fusion has cheeky lyrics about stealing another man’s girlfriend. The vibrant music video, filmed in the captivating landscapes of Puerto Rico, was uploaded to YouTube on March 3, 2017. 

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