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Every Latin American Country Mentioned in Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti

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Bad Bunny LOVES Latin America and Latin America loves him right back. While it was expected the Puerto Rican rapper would shout out his homeland in his latest album, Un Verano Sin Ti, it’s always a treat to hear Bunny, (real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio), name-drop other Latin American countries. Fans went to social media to share their favorite lines from his new songs, excited to hear their countries be included in the Bad Bunny universe. “When Bad Bunny finally recognizes us Salvis in his song ‘Un Coco’,” wrote one Salvadoran fan with a meme of Bunny waiting for pupusas on TikTok. “Us Domis gon go crazy at Yankee when Bad Bunny play Despues de la playa and Titi Me Pregunto,” tweeted a Dominican fan about the new album. No matter what part of the world they’re listening from, Benito’s fans are ready to dance with their shark costumes and rakes. Below is a list of the Latin American countries the 27-year-old superstar references in his latest album, Un Verano Sin Ti.

“Titi Me Pregunto”

Bunny shouts out several countries like Colombia, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic in “Titi Me Pregunto.”

Y mi primer amor se llamaba Thalía

Tengo una colombiana que mе escribe to’ los día’

Y una mexicana quе ni yo sabía

My first love’s name was Thalía

I’ve got a Colombian who writes me every day

And a Mexican that I didn’t even know about

He references Rochy RD’s “Uva Bombom” when talking about a woman from the Dominican Republic.

Una dominicana que es uva bombón

A Dominican who’s a fresh hottie

“Yo No Soy Celoso”

Bunny works through his jealousy in “Celoso” but not without mentioning his vacations in the Caribbean.

Cogimo’ vacacione’ y no fuimo’ de turismo

Por el Caribe probando nuevas táctica

We took vacations and didn’t go for tourism

Through the Caribbean, trying new tactics

“Un Coco”

Salvis rejoiced and made space in their homes when Bad Bunny said he’d move to El Salvador in “Un Coco.” The “Yonuguni” rapper also debated moving to Argentina and Chile in the new track.

Que si no te olvido me vo’a mudar pa’ Chile

Pa’ Argentina o pa’ El Salvador

If I don’t forget you, I’ll move to Chile

To Argentina or to El Salvador

“Enséñame a Bailar”

Quisqueya, meaning “mother of all lands” in the Taino language, is the original name of the eastern part of the island that is now a part of the Dominican Republic. Bunny, who’s obviously a fan of the beach, dedicates this part of the song to nights in the DR.

La noche está buena

Que rico se pasa en Quisqueya, eh, eh

The night is good

How delicious is it in Quisqueya

“La Corriente”

Bunny uses the popular Colombian slang parce, another word for friend, dude, etc.

Parece colombiana, le dicen “la parce”

She looks Colombian, they call her, “Dude”

“El Apagón”

“El Apagón” is filled with references to Benito’s Puerto Rico. He concludes the track with PR pride, proud of where he came from.

Esta es mi playa, este es mi sol

Esta es mi tierra, esta soy yo

This is my beach, this is my sun

This is my land, this is me

Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti Shouts Out to Latin America