Bad Bunny Surprises Fans With New Album 'Las Que No Iban a Salir'

The project comes about two months after Bad Bunny delivered his second studio album, 'YHLQMDLG.'

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Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny fans got a big surprise this weekend.

The Puerto Rican artist returned Sunday with his unexpected third studio album, Las Que No Iban a Salir (The Ones That Were Not Coming Out). The record features a number of notable reggaeton artists, including Don Omar, Yandel, Zion & Lennox, and Nicky Jam.

The effort has arrived just a little over two months after he delivered his chart-topping sophomore album, Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana (YHLQMDLG), which he played in its entirety during a three-hour Instagram Live session earlier this month.

After revisiting the album, Bad Bunny treated fans to some never-before-heard music, before insisting the records would never come out. 

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Weeks before the stream, the Grammy-nominated singer/rapper came through with "En Casita," a self-produced track he reportedly recorded on his iPhone while under lockdown in Puerto Rico. The track, which featured vocals from his girlfriend Gabriela Berlingeri, finds Bad Bunny reflecting on life during the coronavirus pandemic—touching on his daily routine, his intentions to follow stay-at-home orders, and missing loved-ones while self-isolating.

"I wanted to see you/But won’t be able to/I’m under curfew ..." he sings. "I don’t want to die and I also don’t want to break the law/But being stuck here until May 16 really sucks."

"En Casita" appears on Las Que No Iban a Salir along with titles like "Como Se Siente (Remix)," "Pa' Romperla," and more.

You can stream below or on Apple Music.

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