Benito is back with new music and brought some famous friends along for the ride.
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Just a year after the release of his career-defining album Un Verano Sin Ti, Bad Bunny is back with new music.
The global superstar released his new song “Where She Goes” (Yes, you’re reading that correctly, a song title in English) on Thursday evening and the accompanying music video features cameos from familiar famous faces including rapper Lil Uzi Vert, soccer star Ronaldinho Gaúcho, and maybe most shockingly, the ever elusive Frank Ocean. The track is a fusion of Domincan dembow and Jersey club, echoing some of Bad Bunny’s previous electronically tinged songs such as “Dakiti” and marking a new era for the artist’s ever evolving sound. Though longtime fans voiced concerned over the song’s English title following its initial reveal, the song is still written and performed in Bad Bunny’s native tongue of Spanish.
In the music video directed by the star’s longtime visual collaborator STILLZ, Bad Bunny races a vintage car, runs with wild horses, and ends up in a quasi rave (turned orgy?) within an empty California desert. His styling for the video is appropriate for an impropmtu romp through the desert, with the superstar opting for a Western inspired matching denim suit, boots, and face-framing white sunglasses.
Bad Bunny first teased the new song earlier this week, taking to Instagram stories to play a few seconds of “Where She Goes” for fans ahead of announcing its official release. The new song comes during a time where the Puerto Rican musician has been especially busy following his historic Coachella headlining performance, a memorable Met Gala moment, a WWE showdown, as well as more than a few public outings with supermodel Kendall Jenner. It’s yet to be confirmed whether or not “Where She Goes” is meant to be a solo summer single or a lead up to another upcoming full length album. Whatever happens, Bad Bunny will be sure to let his fans know in his own way, as he often does.