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Bad Bunny absolutely dominated 2018, and he managed to do it all without even releasing an album. Before the year is out, however, the Latin trap and reggaeton star is changing that with the release of his long-awaited debut album, X100pre. Announced just hours before it was scheduled to drop, the record is now available for streaming.

X100pre features appearances by Diplo, El Alfa, and Drake, but the project is mostly a solo affair with 15 tracks. Previously released songs "Mia," "Solo De Mi," and "Estamos Bien" have made the project, while his collaboration with Jennifer Lopez, "Te Guste," did not. Stream the album in full below.

Last month, Bunny made Forbes' 30 Under 30 list, appearing alongside Camila Cabello, Russ, Lil Pump, 21 Savage, Post Malone, and Billie Ellish among others. It's been a great year for him as well as his rapidly growing fanbase, although he's already indicated that fans should expect 2019 to be just as huge.

In 2018, Bad Bunny's rise to fame came parallel to that of J Balvin's, who also appeared on Cardi B's "I Like It." Back in September, the two confirmed that they had a joint album on the way titled Oasis. "It means more than just water," Bunny said of the meaning behind the title of the project in Complex's cover story. "It’s a rescue, a relief, to freshen up. When you go to an oasis, you go there to supply yourself with the vital things you are missing, things that you need. That's why it says water, because human beings can’t live without water."