Bad Bunny is HIM. The Un Vernao Sin Ti rapper and megastar hosted the New York stop of his tour at an insanely packed Yankee Stadium. Pulling double duty, Bad Bunny let MTV join his world, bringing the visuals of his stunning live set to the VMAs.
The remote performance was of “TITÍ ME PREGUNTO,” showcasing how much a global icon Bad Bunny is.
In addition to the stunning performance, Bad Bunny won Artist of the Year, becoming the first Latin Artist in history to win the award.
Bad Bunny‘s Un Verano Sin Ti album has made a run of 15 weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 this year. He could extend that run this week, competing against DJ Khaled’s GOD DID, which is set for a 115,000 first week performance.
The fourteenth week at No. 1 for Bad Bunny‘s Un Verano Sin Ti album means a No. 2 debut for YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s The Last Slimeto.
The Louisiana-bred rapper arrives in second place despite posting an impressive 108,400 album-equivalent units in the first week. The album collected 161 million on-demand streams in the first week of release.
NBA YoungBoy is now the only artist to place three top ten projects on the chart this year. Earlier this year, YoungBoy dropped the collaborative album Better Than You with DaBaby and the solo Colors in February.
Bunny’s album returns to the top spot behind with 108,800 album-equivalent units, eclipsing YounBoy by just 400 units.
At No. 3, Beyoncé’s latest, Renaissance, delivers another 89,000 album equivalent units.
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