Consider Me Obsessed with Bad Bunny’s Head-to-Toe Metallic Grammys Performance Look

The reggaeton star performed his hit “Dakiti” alongside fellow Puerto Rican musician Jhay Cortez.

Music’s biggest night wouldn’t have been complete without a performance courtesy of Bad Bunny.

The Puerto Rican reggaeton star, who was recently named Spotify’s most streamed artist of 2020, took the stage with fellow musician Jhay Cortez to perform an electric rendition of their hit “Dakiti” off Bad Bunny’s latest album, El Ultimo Tour del Mundo.

For the performance, the 27-year-old superstar wore a metallic mesh, long-sleeved top with a coordinating chainmail vest, silver wide-leg trousers, layered silver chain necklaces, and ultra-mod sunglasses. The rapper also wore his hair in three mini buns, his go-to hairstyle as of late.

63rd annual grammy awards – telecast

Bad Bunny is nominated for two awards at tonight’s ceremony: Best Pop Duo Performance for his collaboration, “Un Dia (One Day),” with Dua Lipa, J Balvin, and Tainy, and Best Latin Pop or Urban Album for his sophomore effort, YHLQMDLG, which stands for “Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana,” which translates to, “I Do Whatever I Want.” The latter nomination actually won him his first Grammy.

Bad Bunny’s big night at the Grammys follows a busy past few weeks for the star, who recently was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live and just announced his new ongoing partnership with sportswear giant Adidas. The rapper also released a Salvador Dalí–inspired music video for his latest collaboration with Spanish superstar Rosalía, for their dreamy duet together, “La Noche de Anoche.” The star also recently made history for his latest album being the first all Spanish-language project to debut atop the Billboard 200 chart.

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