Bad Bunny: When He Worked in a Supermarket as a Packer Just a Few Years Ago

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Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, better known in the art world as Bad Bunny, is an artist of Puerto Rican origin who has gained great fame in recent years. His musical style is a reggaeton and Latin trap, although he has incorporated other genres throughout his career.

The singer’s fame took off in 2016 when he released the song “I am worse”, shortly afterward he made collaborations with artists such as J Balvin, El Alfa, Cardi B, and Drake, making his music cross borders and spread to all continents.

Currently, Benito has dabbled in acting and fulfilled his dream of being on a wrestling ring. In his short 27 years, he is considered one of the 100 most influential men in the world. But before becoming an international star, the interpreter of “Greater” he had an ordinary job, like any ordinary citizen. In the following lines know more details.

It was in 2016 that the Puerto Rican worked as a restocker and packer in the supermarket chain Econo while studying Communications at the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo. At that time, the then 22-year-old did not imagine that his life would take a radical change in less than a year.

“In 2016 I was working in a supermarket, I was a packer. In 2017 I was in the Latin Grammys. That is a sign of improvement, I was like any young man who worked for his thing “, stated in an interview with Don Francisco on Telemundo.

Since I was a child, Benito He knew that he wanted to dedicate himself to music and when he grew up he had as great references to artists such as Tego Calderón, Vico C, Victor Manuelle, among others. After some years of making music with little recognition, 2017 was his year and he managed to captivate the public with his peculiar style and music.

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Currently, the Caribbean is one of the most important references of urban gender in the world and has managed to differentiate itself from its colleagues by breaking down the barriers of gender.

“I’m just trying to unify myself, you know? Everyone, everyone can feel comfortable with my music, my videos; In the concerts. [Crear] a space where everyone can feel comfortable with my music is what I try [hacer]”, expressed the musician in a recent interview for People.

This month, Bad Bunny premiered the third season of the series “Narcos: Mexico”, where he made a great interpretation of the character of Arturo “Kitty” Paez. The actor has declared to be enjoying this new facet, as much as making music:

“I am enjoying this process. Enjoy music; it’s different, but they have a lot in common … it’s great. “

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