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From “Yo Perreo Sola” to “La Romana” and “Mía,” here are Best Bunny’s best songs (so far).

Picking the 25 best Bad Bunny songs isn’t an easy task, but we’ve stepped up to the challenge.

Since releasing his debut album X100PRE in 2018, which then cemented him as a bona fide trap and reggaeton artist, El Conejo Malo has kept fans on the edge of their seats as he’s branched out to experiment with other sounds such as dembow, mambo, indie-pop and rock-alternative. His ability to oscillate between genres — at times in one single song — is what makes him one of the most fascinating artists today.

Five albums later, the 28-year-old Grammy-winning artist has a wide-ranging catalog of songs that define a generation, creating new anthems such as the empowering “Yo Perreo Sola,” the club-ready, chart-topping hit “Dákiti,” and the feel-good track “Estamos Bien,” which are just three of the 25 songs that round out Billboard‘s best Bad Bunny songs list.

Most recently, the Puerto Rican hitmaker released his highly anticipated new studio album Un Verano Sin Ti just in time for the summer. The set is packed with back-to-back hits such as “Moscow Mule,” “Después de la Playa” and “Titi Me Preguntó.” Bunny’s 23-track set debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, Top Latin Albums and Latin Rhythm Albums charts (dated May 21). Plus, every song from the album landed on the Hot Latin Songs chart, and 22 of those songs also debuted on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100.

From the Drake-assisted “Mía” to “Safaera,” “Maldita Pobreza” and “La Romana,” check out the 25 songs we think are Bad Bunny’s best tracks so far (in no specific order).

  • “Yo Perreo Sola”

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    A reggaeton anthem for independent women who like to dance alone at the club. “Yo Perreo Sola,” which translates to “I twerk alone,” is part of Bunny’s chart-topping YHLQMDLG set.

  • “La Romana”

    A track that was way ahead of its time, this trap-dembow fusion helped catapult a trend that brings classic bachata rhythms and guitars that then transition into an explosion of dembow.

  • “Safaera”

    Bad Bunny takes it way back with this old-school reggaetón song on which he recruits OG reggaetoneros Jowell & Randy and Ñengo Flow. “Safaera,” produced by Tainy and DJ Orma, is the ultimate reggaetón dance song to get down to thanks to its contagious beats — including Missy Elliott’s famous riff from “Get Your Freak On.”

  • “Solo De Mi”

    A mid-tempo, catchy trap song with powerful lyrics about gender-based and domestic violence , and discovering your strength and self-love. “Don’t call me baby anymore, I’m not yours, I belong to myself,” says the chorus. The music video, portrayed by Venezuelan actress Laura Chimaras, shows a woman who’s silently beaten but overcomes the toxic relationship.

  • “La Difícil”

    Included in Bunny’s YHLQMDLG, “La Difícil” is the first reggaeton banger that we hear on the album (if you’re listening from top to bottom). It’s hypnotizing reggaeton beat is what makes it hard to skip but its lyrics about an independent woman with an i-do-what-want attitude is what makes it a quintessential Bunny song.

  • “Dákiti”

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    This genre-bending reggaetón track made Billboard history, becoming the first Latin hit to simultaneously crown both the Billboard Global 200 and the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts. The futuristic, club-ready track is part of Bunny’s El Último Tour del Mundo album.

  • “Caro”

    In his earlier trap Bunny days, Bad Bunny penned a song to those who questioned his fashion-forward sense of style—including his painted nails. “Caro” shuts the haters, reminding everyone that he’s unique, a rule-breaker, and his “flow is expensive.”

  • “Maldita Pobreza”

    A standout track on his El Último Tour del Mundo is the rock-en-español-inspired “Maldita Pobreza.” With a late ’80s/early ’90s vibe, Bad Bunny proved he’s unafraid to experiment with different sounds and tap into different genres.

  • “Chambea”

    The Bad Bunny trap era had different beats, producers, another flow, and marked the early beginnings of his success. “Chambea” was a force that soundtracked the Bunny trap movement.

  • “Trellas”

    The guitar-led “Trellas” calls for a double-take. Perhaps the most chill and laid back track on El Último Tour del Mundo, Bad Bunny stepped out of his comfort zone and draws inspiration from the Spanish rock/alternative realm for this otherworldly tune

  • “Yonaguni”

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    A mix of vulnerable emo lyrics and chill reggaetón beats brings “Yonaguni” to life. Named after an island in Japan, Bunny sings about overcoming about overcoming a breakup but missing that special someone no matter how hard he tries.

  • “Amorfoda”

    Bad Bunny really wanted to get a “F- love” message across in this track. Bad Bunny’s piano-led ballad captures us with lyrics about not wanting to fall in love again.

  • “Estamos Bien”

    Tucked toward the end of his debut album X100PRE, the feel-good track is a must-listen. The track narrates Bunny’s journey to the top and, most importantly, wants his fans to know he’s doing just fine. “Don’t worry, we’re all doing well,” he sings.

  • “Después de la Playa”

    For a minute straight, Bad Bunny sings over a slow, psychedelic beat about being adventurous and making plans after a beach day. Then “Después De La Playa” transitions to a mambo, flaunting once more his artistic versatility.

  • “Soy Peor”

    One of Bunny’s earliest hits, this 2016 trap anthem was one of the songs that helped put him on the map. “Soy Peor (I Am Worse)” peaked at No. 19 on Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs chart (dated March 11, 2017).

  • “La Canción”

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    It’s safe to say that “La Canción” is an essential track off of Oasis, his 2019 joint album with J Balvin. While the title of the song is simple and easy to remember, “The Song,” the message goes a bit deeper as the pair reminisce on good times with their ex that come to mind when the song starts playing.

  • “Me Porto Bonito”

    “Me Porto Bonito” unites Bunny’s deep vocals with Chench Corleone’s signature high-pitched tones, in a song about a girl who’s elite and has no limits. This saucy track can easily become a fan favorite because of its fusion of old-school and modern perreo.

  • “Titi Me Preguntó”

    A surprising bachata melody that turns into an innovative dembow song, “Titi Me Pregunto” is about an f-boy who always gets asked by his aunt about his novia situation. When you least expect it, the song switches to a trap track with electric guitar riffs, making this the ultimate party anthem.

  • “Callaíta”

    Released in 2019, the Tainy-produced “Callaíta” is the gift that keeps on giving. When it was released, the track earned Tainy his first Billboard chart entry as an artist and peaked at No. 2 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated June 15, 2019).  Most recently, it re-entered the chart at No. 24 since the single is part of Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti.

  • “Otro Atardecer”

    Bad Bunny joins forces with The Marias (composed by Puerto Rican singer María Zardoya and L.A. native Josh Conway) on “Otro Atardecer.” The Spanglish bop steps away from urban and perfectly brings to life a chill, indie-pop gem that will have you in a trance.

  • “Booker T”

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    The trap song is named after the former professional WWE wrestler and WCW champion, and highlights all the success Bunny’s had as of late. He sings about being named Composer of the Year, sweeping major awards, breaking records with his music, and more.

  • “Mía”

    We’ll take Drake singing in español any time, especially when he’s doing it with Bad Bunny. The pair collaborated for the first time in 2018 for this ultra romantic song that topped Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs.

  • “Bendiciones”

    “Bendiciones” off of his album Las Que No Iban a Salir came as a blessing in the middle of 2020. “Blessings to all,” a grateful Bunny sings in the trap anthem. “Health and life to everyone.”

  • “Andrea”

    This track is a melancholic trip kicked off by Raquel’s soothing and warm vocals. She then meets Bunny’s profound lyrics, which represent the strength of a woman who only wants to be loved, respected and free in her own unapologetic way.

  • “Si Estuviésemos Juntos”

    This is probably one of the most romantic songs on Bad Bunny’s catalogue, where he’s vulnerable and reminiscent of a past love. In the lyrics, the artist recalls all the great times he and his ex-girlfriend had and wonders what would have happened if they stayed together, which is why the music video showcases a small wedding chapel.

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