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Un Verano Sin Ti

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Every summer, music slides back into our lives like a long-forgotten friend. The year's warmer months have a tendency to give our brightest memories their own musical accompaniments, and with the industry's titans all pushing for song of the summer, producing a seasonal masterpiece requires not just an understanding of hit-making, but of the magic of the season itself. This is the type of music that defines years -- and over the last seven or so of them, Bad Bunny has built an empire. It's only fitting, then, that the Puerto Rican superstar should define the summer in his own terms. His fourth studio album, Un Verano Sin Ti ("A Summer Without You"), is a page-to-stage adaptation of the season itself, a representation of the ephemeral feeling that makes the year's middle months so revered. Across reggaeton anthems and lone-man ballads, he flits between the season's traditional ensemble -- from earnest party-starter on "Me Fui de Vacaciones" to smooth amarante on "Agosto" -- channeling his own memories to ground each in their own emotional depth. Nights on the San Juan seafront and trips to La Parguera make for snapshots of a life well-lived, while Benito paints a spectrum of loves won and lost: the exhilarating optimism of "Enséñame a Bailar," the bittersweet temporality of “Un Ratito,” and the suffocating lonerism of "Un Coco." Everything here moves with a fundamental easiness, the transiency of the season itself written in fleeting romances and night-time drifts along the coast. At the core of the project is the reggaeton that has defined the musician's early-2020s output: Tony Dize makes for a bold new sparring partner on the impassioned "La Corriente," JhayCo and Rauw Alejandro help lift the party off on the inventive "Tarot" and "Party," and solo tracks pay tribute to small-room sensuality ("Efecto," "Ojitos Lindos"). Lead single "Moscow Mule" proves a soulful successor to the year-defining "Dákiti," dressed in untarnished joy and sexed-up adrenaline, while "Después de la Playa" ups the tempo with an impassioned mid-track leap into Dominican-inspired merengue. Yet with the project's expansive 23-track setlist, Benito can flesh out a wider range of ritmos -- a taste of afrobeats on the Lakizo-sampling " Enséñame a Bailar," some flecks of bossa on the paranoid "Yo No Soy Celoso." The genre-flipping collages of El Último Tour make a triumphant return, but this time they're given space to bloom: the dembow-trap hybrid "Titi Me Preguntó" dives from hedonistic machismo to downcast introspection, "El Apagón" weaves a sparse PR tribute into a frenzied floor-filler, and rare 4-plus-minute runtimes are afforded to the dreamboat-pop of "Otro Atardecer" and poignant "Andrea." "Dos Mil 16," a scale-model of the rapper's Latin trap roots, revives Bad's oldest producer tag for a portal into a simpler era. Un Verano is not only a seasonal statement-piece but a testament to Benito's singular songwriting -- across genres, generations, and even languages, he works to produce enduring landmarks that trace universal joys, sorrows, and passions. As the final amber tones of "Callaita" fade beyond the horizon, and the wash of the waves begins to cease, you're reminded of just how far this cantante has come.
© David Crone /TiVo

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1
Moscow Mule Explicit
00:04:05

Scott, Producer - Mick, Producer - Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

2
Después de la Playa
00:03:50

Mag, Producer - Elikai, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer - El Apechao, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

3
Me Porto Bonito Explicit
00:02:58

Mag, Producer - Orlando Javier Valle Vega, Composer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Subelo NEO, Producer - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - Chencho Corleone, MainArtist - La Paciencia, Producer - Lennex, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

4
Tití Me Preguntó
00:04:03

Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

5
Un Ratito
00:02:56

Tainy, Producer - De La Cruz, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

6
Yo No Soy Celoso Explicit
00:03:50

Tainy, Producer - Richie, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

7
Tarot
00:03:57

Tainy, Producer - Jota Rosa, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - Jhay Cortez, MainArtist - La Paciencia, Producer - Albert Hype, Producer - Jesus Nieves Cortez, Composer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

8
Neverita
00:02:53

Tainy, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - Cheo Legendary, Producer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

9
La Corriente Explicit
00:03:18

Tainy, Producer - Mag, Producer - Tony Dize, MainArtist - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Subelo NEO, Producer - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - Demy & Clipz, Producer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

10
Efecto
00:03:33

Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer - Bass Charity, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

11
Party
00:03:47

Tainy, Producer - Richi, Producer - Jota Rosa, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Rauw Alejandro, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer - Raul Alejandro Ocasio Ruiz, Composer - Albert Hype, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

12
Aguacero
00:03:30

BYRD, Producer - Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

13
Enséñame a Bailar
00:02:56

Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

14
Ojitos Lindos
00:04:18

Tainy, Producer - Bomba Estereo, MainArtist - Masis, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer - Liliana Margarita Saumet, Composer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

15
Dos Mil 16
00:03:28

Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - C Gutta, Producer - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - MXV, Producer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

16
El Apagón
00:03:21

Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

17
Otro Atardecer
00:04:04

Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Joshua Conway, Composer - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer - Maria Zardoya, Composer - The Marias, MainArtist - Zulia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

18
Un Coco
00:03:16

Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer - Magicenelbeat, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

19
Andrea Explicit
00:05:39

Scott, Producer - Mick, Producer - Mag, Producer - Buscabulla, MainArtist - Luis del Valle, Composer, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Raquel Berrios, Composer, Producer - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

20
Me Fui de Vacaciones
00:03:00

Tainy, Producer - Richi, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

21
Un Verano Sin Ti
00:02:28

Haze, Producer - Mag, Producer - Mora, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

22
Agosto
00:02:19

Mag, Producer - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer - La Paciencia, Producer - Hassi, Producer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

23
Callaita
00:04:10

Tainy, Producer, MainArtist - Bad Bunny, MainArtist - Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, Composer

(C) 2022 Rimas Entertainment (P) 2022 Rimas Entertainment

Album Description

Every summer, music slides back into our lives like a long-forgotten friend. The year's warmer months have a tendency to give our brightest memories their own musical accompaniments, and with the industry's titans all pushing for song of the summer, producing a seasonal masterpiece requires not just an understanding of hit-making, but of the magic of the season itself. This is the type of music that defines years -- and over the last seven or so of them, Bad Bunny has built an empire. It's only fitting, then, that the Puerto Rican superstar should define the summer in his own terms. His fourth studio album, Un Verano Sin Ti ("A Summer Without You"), is a page-to-stage adaptation of the season itself, a representation of the ephemeral feeling that makes the year's middle months so revered. Across reggaeton anthems and lone-man ballads, he flits between the season's traditional ensemble -- from earnest party-starter on "Me Fui de Vacaciones" to smooth amarante on "Agosto" -- channeling his own memories to ground each in their own emotional depth. Nights on the San Juan seafront and trips to La Parguera make for snapshots of a life well-lived, while Benito paints a spectrum of loves won and lost: the exhilarating optimism of "Enséñame a Bailar," the bittersweet temporality of “Un Ratito,” and the suffocating lonerism of "Un Coco." Everything here moves with a fundamental easiness, the transiency of the season itself written in fleeting romances and night-time drifts along the coast. At the core of the project is the reggaeton that has defined the musician's early-2020s output: Tony Dize makes for a bold new sparring partner on the impassioned "La Corriente," JhayCo and Rauw Alejandro help lift the party off on the inventive "Tarot" and "Party," and solo tracks pay tribute to small-room sensuality ("Efecto," "Ojitos Lindos"). Lead single "Moscow Mule" proves a soulful successor to the year-defining "Dákiti," dressed in untarnished joy and sexed-up adrenaline, while "Después de la Playa" ups the tempo with an impassioned mid-track leap into Dominican-inspired merengue. Yet with the project's expansive 23-track setlist, Benito can flesh out a wider range of ritmos -- a taste of afrobeats on the Lakizo-sampling " Enséñame a Bailar," some flecks of bossa on the paranoid "Yo No Soy Celoso." The genre-flipping collages of El Último Tour make a triumphant return, but this time they're given space to bloom: the dembow-trap hybrid "Titi Me Preguntó" dives from hedonistic machismo to downcast introspection, "El Apagón" weaves a sparse PR tribute into a frenzied floor-filler, and rare 4-plus-minute runtimes are afforded to the dreamboat-pop of "Otro Atardecer" and poignant "Andrea." "Dos Mil 16," a scale-model of the rapper's Latin trap roots, revives Bad's oldest producer tag for a portal into a simpler era. Un Verano is not only a seasonal statement-piece but a testament to Benito's singular songwriting -- across genres, generations, and even languages, he works to produce enduring landmarks that trace universal joys, sorrows, and passions. As the final amber tones of "Callaita" fade beyond the horizon, and the wash of the waves begins to cease, you're reminded of just how far this cantante has come.
© David Crone /TiVo

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