The Latin rapper shattered Metallica’s record in the Puerto Rico Coliseum.
Bad Bunny performs “Un Verano Sin Ti” live for the first time, breaking the Puerto Rican attendance record.
Bad Bunny’s top-charting album Un Verano Sin Ti was published on May 6, but the Latin rapper didn’t get to sing it live in front of his fans for the first time until last night, July 29.
Benito Martinez Ocasio put on a fantastic three-and-a-half-hour concert, and he also surpassed the attendance record in the Puerto Rican Coliseum, which was previously held by the legendary rock band Metallica.
On July 28, Bad Bunny performed “Un Verano Sin Ti” in Puerto Rico — Gladys Vega/Getty Images
According to the venue’s administration, “Master of Puppets” performers welcomed 17,870 spectators to the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in Puerto Rico in October 2016. Bad Bunny’s gig last night drew 18,749 people, and he still has two more shows scheduled at the same venue.
Producer Alejandro Pabón said that they anticipated to sell 17,000 tickets every performance, for a total of 51,000. However, if last night is any indicator, they will undoubtedly sell more.
In other news, it was recently reported that Un Verano Sin Ti is on course to smash numerous Billboard chart records previously held by Adele and Drake. You can read more about it here, and come back later for more hip-hop news updates from njhh.